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It's good, but listen to what you missed.......,
This review is from: Afterglow (Audio CD)
Every one of Sarah's previous 4 studio albums has offered something different and new. Indeed, 1993's 'Fumbling Towards Ecstasy' and 1997's 'Surfacing' are nothing short of masterpieces.
BUT 'Afterglow' just doesn't grab me by the 'nads' in the same way that all her other albums did.
Nonetheless, it's a good album by anyone else's standards - and the rousing opening track 'Fallen' is great.
Nor did this album deserve some of the sarcastic reviews that it received on release here - especially those making unfair comparisons with other contemporary female artists (many of whom owe their careers in part to Sarah and/or Lilith Fair). The review in the Observer was particulary nasty and ill-informed.
Don't take my word for it, listen for yourself.
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Initial post: 23 Jun 2016, 22:35:58 BST
hi fi mon amour says:
I agree, no nad grabbing for me. Answer springs out from a field of mediocrity
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