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Subconciously in love with Morcheeba
on 16 April 2004
Morcheeba have always been one of those groups whose music I love but have never been aware that it was they who produced it. Until I bought this album that is. I am suddenly confronted with some brilliant trip hop (or insert your own genre here) tracks which I have heard many times before but never knew Morcheeba were behind them.
If you already own the albums they have produced before then you may not need to buy this.If you have been debating about buying a Morcheeba album then this is the one to get. Not always a massive fan of greatest hits outings this is definately one worth buying. What you get is an anthology of the Morcheeba songs over the past ten years and the distinctive style of music and how it has developed. A great album to chill to and even better in the sun and glass of wine/beer in hand.
Highlights of the album for me are Sea and World Looking in though as I have been subconciously in love with Morcheeba for a long time now the other tracks will gradually filter through!!