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The early 1990s in Manchester have become the Vietnam of dance culture. Thirtysomethings with a haunted look in their eyes still go on about "Madchester", "The Hacienda", "Joe Bloggs", "Spike Island" and the like. Ten years on and Shaun and Bez are reduced to dancing puppets in an advert for Unbelievable, a lasting testament to the crazy days, and a load of tracks made by dodgy scallies. There are some truly great tracks on this compilation--The Happy Monday's melon-twisting "Step On", the Stone Roses' era-defining "I Am the Resurrection", the Charlatans' incredible debut "The Only One I Know", the Soup Dragons' only moment of glory "I'm Free" and Inspiral Carpets' sing-a-long anthem "This Is How It Feels". There are also some truly awful moments: whoever thought of including Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" and Pete Wylie's "Sinful" clearly wasn't there; as for the inclusion of the Smiths and Morrissey--too early and too late. You had to be there, man. --Helen Marquis
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My favourite track overall has to be "Shine On" by the House of Love - recalls the days of packed sweaty clubs, baggy faded jeans, long sleeved t-shirts and cans of Redstripe!
Some "oddballs" too - Smiths, Pete Wylie and Depeche Mode which don't really stack up with the rest of the CD but are worth a listen.
If you were there you'll love it.
On the whole a good album, it would have been fantastic with the Monday's 'hallelujah', James' 'Come Home' The Roses '...Drums'& the Primals 'Loaded'. Still,Like most of the songs on this album, I've got them lying around somewhere. If you wanna know where Oasis came from & many bands besides, here's a good place to start. Now if I could just remember where I put that Joe Bloggs gear....
Sure there are some great tracks here. Happy Monday's-Step on, Soup Dragons-I'm Free, The Stone Roses-I am the Resurrection; but then for some bizarre reason you hear tracks such as MC Tunes v 808 State, The Shamen-L.S.I, Pop will eat itself- Def Con One....WHAT?
Why do these people do this? You find this a lot on compilation albums. Do they do this just for a laugh, or are they completely clueless?
At this price for a double album it is probably still worth the outlay if you are missing a lot of the classic indie numbers, but be warned, there are tracks on here that will have you exclaiming WHAT! at regular intervals.
As Madchester is a name created by the media its not restricted to Manchester bands and this may very well have been the last great shout before pop music as we knew it disappeared in the 2000s in a haze of manufactured pop and downloads.
It would have been even better if the Family Cat and Michaela Strachan -whose "hits" have yet to be on CD- had been included instead of the Smiths and New Order but this is still a vast improvement on the SORTED CD