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on 24 November 2001
Don't just read the review and click on to something else.....buy this CD now.
This is a fantastic bittersweet combination of what sounds like homemade instruments, lyrics of pure poetry and soaring chords that twang on your heart strings. There are no tracks on this that you will need to press the skip button for. It's lovely.
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on 29 December 2000
I originally bought this CD for my dad, but I ended up the one who would stick it in the CD player most often. The Finn brothers have a huge ammount of talent and this is expressed by the quality music being produced by them. Songs such as 'Last day of June' are treasures on this album.
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on 8 January 2000
This is the record that the finn brothers where trying to put together when Woodface arose,although there is no comparison really,these songs are different from crowded House more experimental and I think better...Only Talking Sense,Mood Swinging Man and Where is My Soul are classics...buy this record if you like Crowded House,just give it a few listens and it will never be off your system!
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 17 April 2014
Much like Crowded House, this album has the trade mark vocals and the fabulous song writing.

More interesting is the unique use of unfamiliar and improvised instrumental sounds, which makes this album rather unique.

it is a really accomplished and beautiful piece of work which is difficult not to like upon first listen. It is cheap as chips on Amazon so give it a go - there is nothing much to lose.
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on 25 April 2017
Even though Crowded House never did a new record to follow up their 4th album, at least Neil and Tim did this record.

Its vastly underated and in some ways its even better than what Crowded House had done at the time.

Straight forward songwriting with a bit of experimenting, it gives you an idea of what they would sound like had Crowded House continued (which they didn't...) essential listening if you know their music.
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on 8 October 2012
Neil and Tim Finn's first collaboration as the Finn Brothers has an experimental gritty production sound which enhances the beautiful melodies and usual strong performances. All the tracks on the album are excellent, and lyrically it is especially rewarding, in particular the sublime opener "Only Talking Sense".

The "Finn" album is definitely a little-known highlight out of the brothers' catalogues. If you like this, Neil's "Try Whistling This" and Tim's "Say It Is So" are worth investigating.
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on 4 September 2008
Interesting variety of tracks, somewhat unusual music to my ears but worth listening to. Don't really know what else to say but I'd recommend this album anyway.
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on 10 December 2016
LOVE THIS ALBUM
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on 9 October 2015
great album
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on 17 November 2015
great music
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