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Where You Stand
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VINE VOICEon 16 September 2013
There's something comforting about a Travis album. A sense of familiarity that allows you to relax, sit back, and enjoy the music. Even the Fran Healy album Wreckorder felt like a Travis album, and it's this consistency that keeps fans coming back for more.

There are touches of innovation on this album, but you could easily play this in shuffle mode with The Invisible Band, The Man Who, and The Band With No Name, and you wouldn't lose any sense of the Travis style.

You could argue that a band that has stayed largely unchanged in terms of style is a band standing still, but when the melodies and arrangements are this beautiful, I think any Travis fan would be disappointed if it didn't sound "just like Travis".

Like an old friend you haven't seen in a while, you want them to be as good as you remember. Thankfully, Travis have grown old gracefully, and this album is proof that you can't have too much of a good thing.
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on 21 October 2013
I have been a fan of Travis for many years now , collecting all their albums along the way , also i have Fran's solo album, so whilst i was surprised, i was also pleased they had a new album out , i like the album as i like most things that they do .I am currently working thru all the albums , playing them in the car , am now up to Boy With No Name , which is a fine album ,i suppose you could say from this album and after , the albums were not as well known as The Man Who etc ,Ode to J Smith i have not listened to for ages , i am going to see them on tour next week .
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on 25 December 2013
Saw them live in Aberdeen in November and they were awesome as ever. Hope it is not another 7 years until they are back again. The album is a great set of songs and represents another phase of Fran and the boys lives. Very meaningful lyrics sung with great conviction and feeling. Would recommend to anyone who loves a well crafted song sung by great vocalists and musicians.
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on 5 February 2018
THIS IS A LOVELY ALBUM AND BEGS THE QUESTION WHY ARE THEY NOT AS BIG AS THEY USED TO BE?
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on 4 September 2013
brilliant album, it has been a long time coming.. every track is good.. enjoying it.. great story telling.. fantastic. Great
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on 19 December 2013
Travis seemed to have faded with a whimper 5 years ago, their last release seemed to go by largely unnoticed, so its great to say that theyre back with a very strong collection of 11 new songs. We need more bands like Travis in this age of gimmicks, posturing and spin, Travis rely on sublime talent and expert songwriting to get their message across. Its great to have them back.
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on 28 November 2016
Brillant
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on 17 November 2016
fantastic, well done again TRAVIS!
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on 24 November 2017
On time & enjoying the album
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on 7 September 2013
Was very excited to receive this album for my birthday. Arrived this morning and played straight Away and I was nit disappointed, another fab album !!
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