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You Can Do Anything

You Can Do Anything

2 Jun 2008
4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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I like the Zutons a lot. I've been a fan since their debut, Who Killed The Zutons, and loved how different their music was compared to the mainstream stuff that plagues the charts. Tired Of Hanging Around was an excellent follow up, albeit forcing some more chart friendly stuff in - the evolution was all-good however, and I had very high hopes for their third incarnation.

First impressions were not good. I had heard very little hype about the new album, and when I finally got to hear the single Always Right Behind You I couldn't believe what I was hearing. It's definitely one of the weaker songs on the album, and everything else sounded pretty mediocre on first play - certainly no Valerie in there.

But then, I'm often like that with music - I remembered on first play through I wasn't overly keen on the previous two albums either. A dozen listens later and my reservations have now disappeared - it is most definitely a grower.

Stand out tracks are: Harder and Harder, Dirty Rat, What's Your Problem, You Could Make The Four Walls Cry, Family Of Leeches, Freak. Don't let first impressions put you off, give it a chance and it'll be your driving soundtrack for months to come.
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I totally agree with all the reviews already written here. Yes after playing the previous album to death on our holiday and thinking how can they match this........they bleedin well have!

It did take 2-3 proper listens, but now I'm hailing this the best album of the year so far (well until Kings of Leon bring their next CD out in Sept!!)

I keep trying to force myself away from it in the fear of overplaying it. And when I play other music, I can't wait to get The Zutons back in my ears again.

Every track is a winner. Even the weaker ones have some form of brilliance at some point in the track.

Very catchy, brilliant, I recommend it to all.
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In my opinion you can judge the strength of an album by how much of it you can remember when it's not playing.

I can't remember any of the songs right now, but I can remember tracks from their debut album Who Killed The Zutons?. When it's in the car it's a cracking listen, and flies along with proper rock tunes.

So in summary, it's a good album, but it's not their best. But a good album from the zutons is better than most of the pre fabricated mush out there.
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Got this album on the day it was released and was tempted to post a review then. I would have given it three stars. I'm glad I waited, because now, for me, this is worth the full five stars. It's a great, no nonsense album full of wonderfully catchy tunes wrapped round some brillianty written lyrics that you'll find yourself singing/humming without even realising you're doing it. I'm probably in a minority among Zutons fans, but 'You Can Do Anything' is now my favourite of their three albums. If you enjoyed either of the previous two albums from this band, you'll love this one too.

Great stuff.
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This album is yet another fun, lively and ridiculous set of songs from the Zutons. (And I mean that in the best possible way!) Ranging from subjects such as a man having an affair with his maid all the way to the story of a male prostitute, and back again to someone trying to seek revenge; I thoroughly like this album and would recommend it to anyone.
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By Andy Sweeney TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Jan. 2009
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'You Can Do Anything', the Zutons' third studio album, isn't an album that you can listen to once or twice and appreciate, this is a collection of songs which only reveal themselves when you've had this on your stereo system a good few times and then, all of a sudden, on your fourth or fifth play you find yourself really enjoying it all, immensely. There's nothing on this album which is likely to capture the general music-listening public's imagination in the same way as 'Valerie', for example, but at least that means that Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson won't be able to pilfer anything from this album and then have lots of people thinking that they wrote it. Don't get me wrong, though - there are lots of extremely catchy guitar and sax hooks, toe tapping, head nodding songs which fans of the last two albums will certainly appreciate, such as the brilliant 'What's Your Problem' and the superb minor verse/major chorus 'Family Of Leeches'.

'Don't Get Caught' is possibly my favourite song on 'You Can Do Anything' - I just love the creative chord progression at the end of the chorus and, although the comparisons probably get a little tiresome, this song sees The Zutons sounding more like The Coral than anywhere else on the album. The more you listen to this, the more you realise just how good this album is and what a rich bunch of compositions and performances these are. Other standout tracks include the soul/blues of 'Bumbag', the upbeat, pop-leanings of 'Always Right Behind You' and the brilliantly raw opener 'Harder and Harder'.
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