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6 people found this helpful
on 13 November 2009
suede were the soundtrack of my life for a good few years and i also loved the tears one and only album but brett's first two solo efforts left me cold.apart from having several good songs they were a chore,so slow attack wasnt really a must buy.
so it's a surprise to say this is a superb album full of gorgeous songs perfect for listening to in the wee small hours.brett's no longer singing about sex,heroin and gasoline skies,in fact for the first time lyrically he seems happy.so it stands up with suede's best work,those expecting guitar glam stomper's wont be served here but the man who gave us the wild ones deliver's the beautiful ballads he's always excelled at.good to have him back.