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  • Audio CD (15 Jan. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Creation
  • ASIN: B000024TV7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Going by what reviews I had read of the fanclub, this appeared to be their weakest effort and so I bought it with caution lastly. I can see no faults in it whatsoever.
Here are a list of the songs
Hang on - Great heavy/quiet song beautiful melody (Love)
The Cabbage - Ridiculously catchy rocker (Blake)
Radio - Fast rocker-reminiscent of starsign (Love)
Norman 3 - Beautiful song, great guitars, one of the best moments on the album (Blake)
Song to the cynics - Lovely guitar work, cute lyrics (Love)
100 mins - One of the best songs on the album, haunting melody (McGinley)
Escher - amazingly good tune, wonderful guitars (Blake)
Commercial alternative - Fine tune fine lyrics (Blake)
Fear of flying - Yet another standout, slowburner and hauting tune (Love)
Tears are cool - Another beautiful Raymond melody and truly touching lyrics. Perhaps the prettiest song on the album (McGinley)
Ret Liv Dead - Soaring melody, lovely compact audaciously superb classic fanclub (Blake)
Get Funky - Funky little instrumental (Fanclub)
Gene Clark - Fantastic mind blowing gorgeous ending to a wonderful album (Love)
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I have never written a review on Amazon unless I've just bought something, but I have just realised how cruelly this album has been treated. I love the Fanclub and this is my favourite album by them - and there are so many other greats. I don't understand how this has been so panned though - from the opening Bolanesque chords of Hang On to the understated Ret Liv Dead, this is an lp replete with harmony and class. I remember sitting with a bunch of mates on New Year's Eve in 1993 agreeing that this was the album of the year. It doesn't matter which album your favourite Fanclub is, but don't discount this at all.
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This album, the follow-up to the deservedly well-received Bandwagonesque, was dismissed as disappointing on its original release but listening to it now, some 17 years later, it sounds almost as pleasing as anything in their canon.
Okay, it's not quite as stupendously great as Bandwagonesque, Grand Prix or Songs From Northern Britain but then few albums are.
The harmonies are there, the songs are consistently strong and only the occasionally thin production lets them down. However, anyone who cares for this band will love this album.
While I'm at it, it's worth saying: Big Star were good but not as good as Teenage Fanclub. So there.
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Not sure why this was lambasted so much at the time, by the standards then it was great and it has withstood the test of time, I've recently rediscovered it thanks to the BBC indie tv documentaries and am loving it all over again.
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