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The best Charlatans album in the world.....EVER!,
This review is from: Between 10th & 11th (Audio CD)
From the day I bought this album (after hearing Tremolo song on the evening session with Mark Goodacre...ah, memories...) it has been one of my all-time favourites, the tape actually got worn out forcing me to buy it again on CD.
The stand out tracks such as 'Don't want to see the sights', 'Weirdo', 'Tremolo Song' and 'Can't even be bothered' are a strange mix of early-90's indie, funk and pog rock, the 2 minute organ solo/ad-lib jam session making an unexpected but welcome return....
This album is the Charlatans at their peak, when they defined their own sound from the rest of the Madchester scene and when Rob Collins was in full, crunchy-slide-bar-organ-stylie flow.
Infact my one criticism would be it always feels a trifle short, but then the best things always come in small packages...
BUY THIS ALBUM!!!