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3.7 out of 5 stars
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Dance The Devil (Remastered & Bonus Tracks)
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on 3 January 2001
This is a work of art. Never have i ever heard such an excellent collection of music. Definitely worth buying.
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on 14 October 2010
As far as Irish bands are concerned, The Frames are much lore interesting as, say, U2. This release is ample proof that Glen & Co. are in a league of their own.
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on 13 December 2011
LOVE LOVE LOVE this - heard them on Dermot O'Leary's radio show a while back and have been addicted since. Go on, give it a whirl!
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on 27 July 2003
One of Ireland, outstanding bands since U2. They are ellectrical on stage, the crowd knows all of their lyrics and so should you!!! Buy it now you don't know wat you are missing!!!They are so cool the were one of the supporting acts for David Grey at Witness(equivellent to Glastonbury)2003. They cld have headlined there was so many people to see them.. f you get a chance go see them live or at least buy their album
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on 16 November 1999
The frames have produced a wonderful album here. Straying not from their rock roots they have also produced some mellow classics such as Seven Day Mile, a song about their relationship with their drummer who was unsure about the bands direction. As a recently converted fan I urge, dispell every mith you have heard, and start afresh with this amazing peice of Irish recording from one of the best of the best in Ireland.
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on 10 December 1999
The frames seemingly appeared from nowhere when they released this album. And what an album it is. I came across them by hearing the track Dance The Devil..., but I was amazed at how good the rest is. I don't think I could point out a flaw even if I tried. From the opening strums of Perfect Opening Line (which lives up to its name), the album builds into a crescendo and then fades out with its last few tracks, never putting a foot wrong. An undiscovered classic.
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on 21 June 2000
Stunning. Buy it. I would pay £11 for the third track alone, not to mention 6 and 7
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