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The Union - The World Is Yours [Japan CD] QIHC-10053

4.4 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Toshiba-EMI Japan
  • ASIN: B00AJSY9UU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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When a band is cranking out their 3rd album in so many years, they're either on a creative roll or beginning to out stay their welcome. Like Joe Bonamassa of late, The Union are very much the former and seem to have hit their stride and are reaping the rewards. The World is Yours follows the same philosophy as the band's first two albums - diversity. Beautiful acoustic numbers are intermingled with elements of the blues, jazz, bluegrass, punk and straight ahead rock and roll. Constant throughout however, is Peter Shoulder's amazing vocal talents. The boy can't half sing, with a rare ability to cover all the demands of the varying musical styles the album throws at him. One minute he's lamenting lost love (Fading Out of Love) and the next he's screaming his head off (Wreck My Scene - Think the bastard love child of Bridge Burning and White Limo from the last Foo Fighters album. Chris Childs and Dave McCluskey on bass and drums respectively, go wonderfully mental). Luke Morley is also on fine form given the freedom to let loose a little and write in such a flourishing partnership. You Can Share My Dreams is a beautiful love song which fades into the final acoustic meanderings of Sawtooth Mountain Ride with ease and grace. Stand out tracks are hard to pinpoint but special mentions have to go to the title track which is brooding, dark and pure evil and Marie Celeste, a banjo - rich, ahoy - there tale of shipping misfortune complete with artistic chain dropping, anvil clanking and pouring rain. Nothing damp about this new one from The Union though - it's fab, go out and buy it. Album of the year?
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Love The Union and love this album, a bit more variation than the previous two but still a well balanced fusion of rock and blues. This album is more acoustic lead than previously with the introduction of a Banjo in the "Marie Celeste" and some delicate picking in "You Can Share My Dreams" which also showcase Peter's voice. These are interspersed with some great rockers such as "Sawtooth Mountain Ride/You're My Jesus" and "Wreck My Scene" to prove they have not lost their mojo! Gets better with every listen, but the CD price on Amazon started at £16 went down to £10 and now is over £20 which also seems to confuse the band. At least the MP3 download is more reasonable but this album does not deserve to be missed due to pricing errors.
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Third offering from The Union and these boys just get better and better.
There's soulful blues, heavy guitar and very unique tunes like Marie Celeste all belted out by the most diverse singer going.
What more could you ask for.....

.....apart from some more consistent pricing. Come on Amazon, don't deprive music fans of this utter gem by charging such sky high prices, please.
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It's a brillient album and I thoroughly recommend it, in fact all 3 of their album are great... go buy them but do yourself a favour and buy them somewhere else until Amazon sorts themselves & their crazy pricing out.

Been watching this CD on here since well before it was released and it has changed price every day. I've seen it as high as £16.50 but it's yet to reach what I paid for it at a Union gig merch stand (a tenner) and even though I have had it a while, I'm still checking daily just for the hell of it to see how long it takes them to see sense.

Sort yourselves out Amazon.... I've stopped buying from you, how many others are doing the same. Don't assume just because HMV is in trouble you have no competition so can rip us all off.... it won't work, there's plenty more places to get CD's from (and I'm still buying plenty of them, but not from you)

You should be ashamed, is it not enough to avoid paying UK taxes, but you want to fleece your UK customers as well? good luck with that then!!
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Only mid March but I know I have come across one of the albums of 2013. The World is Yours is The Union's third album and it has built on the solid foundations of their earlier offerings. This is an album of wonderful songs and musicianship and a very intelligent album.

The name of the band is totally apt because Luke Morley and Pete Shoulder together really is a union of wonderful talents, from Morley's superb guitar tones, from full on rock to acoustic sensitivity. Then young Mr Shoulder, who simply has a stunning, unique voice that seems equally at ease with ballads and rockers. The World is Yours is primarily a rock album but there is enough here to suit most palettes. In addition to aforementioned rock and balladry there are elements of Blues and splashes of Country/Bluegrass.

Praise to Morley and Shoulder too for the thought that clearly went into the arrangements and running order of the album. It has a wonderful flow dovetailing the different styles to such an extent that there is a natural pace to the album and the listener is led from track to track in a way that encourages deep listening.

The title track is majestic, opening with delicate acoustic riffs that soon develop into hammer blow rock riffs underpinning a brooding melody and vocal from Shoulder. Here the attention to detail is apparent as the next track, The Perfect Crime is a beautiful acoustic lament. What Doesn't Kill You is in itself a killer track rammed full of heavy riffs that pull Shoulders vocals into Coverdale/ Plant territory. The album then closes with a simply wonderful ballad, You Can Share My Dream, haunting, heartfelt then sliding into an instrumental outro.

Morley has a well earned reputation as a great songwriter able to create stories within any song structure and Pete Shoulder is clearly of the same ilk. The Union have created a really strong musical bond that is out of the top draw.
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