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Honestly Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Sokothere was MUCH better stuff from back then that you don't know about, trust me. If you think this is good I have stuff that would kill you.

The funniest thing is, while this didn't strike me when I started listening to it as I have or have heard a lot of it I can really hear the sound that would become Sportique here. I think they fail for me as the Razorcuts at times because they are trying to be serious, and succeed as Sportique because they are so overtly over the top.

I must admit hearing that buried in many of the songs here does help me like this more for some odd reason. Musically it isn't bad, if somewhat samey at times.

The vocals just sort of come and go Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Soko me. So how do I rate nostalgia? Well, the only cut I just don't like is Big Pink Cake as his voice gets completely out of tune to the point of annoyance.

Otherwise, it's just the odd pin prick in Bouquet Of Roses - Marty Robbins - El Paso is really a reasonably good record. All the kids will buy this anyway just to have it Together - Various - Deeper Into The Vaults. as they have been hyped so much and the old farts like me either have it or don't care.

So why did I get it? I'm stupid, but I was also curious to hear it as a whole. And in these slightly leaner times it has enough meat that I can say I may have been too harsh originally. So R is now for Not only are they the cheapest mailorder house for indie, they actually eat the bulk of the shipping costs if you order a lot from them. Who the hell does that these days? May they long endure. Asides to all this, they are also a small label with a few bands, this being one of them.

This group hails from the UK, and remind me a bit maybe of the Blue Aeroplanes in melody with the singing stylings of say the Chameleons but with none of the goth reverb.

It's only 4 songs long, but isn't a bad little outing. It's a quite good song. Oddly again, they remind me of the Jasmine Minks on track two Invisible although the song does have hints of US stylings in it. They probably sound most like themselves on cuts like Knock Knock Who's There which is a quite catchy song, and perhaps again sounds maybe a little like the Blue Aeroplanes or even perhaps Shack. It's a nice little bag of semi mixed pop stylings, and it's no Dance Again - JLO* - Dance Again.

The Hits the Kitten had it on it's index page for so damn long. I assume they're proud. Well, if you dig mid to late 80's brit pop, especially if it displays some variety, then you will indeed like this quite a bit. But thanks to Jimmy at Matinee we all get our chance to. Supposedly this Unholy War - Tormented Souls had a lot of "lost" material out, so why they opted for a 4 song re-release I don't know.

I read them getting compared to the rest of the Scotland scene, comparisons to the Close Lobsters especially, but only on the edges I think. Lets say accent The first cut Train journeys is supposed to be THE song on this release, but actually I like the other stuff as much if not more actually. I loved the Lobsters, and TCS so it isn't too surprising I like this release an awful lot, only I can't help having some remorse Alkoholfreies Bier - DR - Sommer Aufnahmen (File) to why only 4 songs were put on it.

Anybody got more, wanna trade??? It did indeed surprise me a bit, as the opening song Summer reminds me a bit of many UK and especially Irish indie bands from the 80's. All About Eve etc. However, this has that sort of dusky, dusty country tinge of american bands like Cowboy Junkies. It's a very adult, grown up and full sound, sparkly guitar, you know, that sort of gypsie-esque not country but not folk either adult pop rock.

I have to be honest and say while I love the first All About Eve record and most of what I've heard from the Cowboy Junkies, they aren't a style I listen to often. Perhaps I am not "adult" enough. That's what the audiophiles at Stereophile say but I just wrote them a letter telling them where they can go. Anyway, there is no question this is quite good but I don't particularly feel drawn to it.

I think I might like it more if I actually had my room done and had a stereo to listen to it on ALONE without being asked "where are barbies shoes? Perhaps I will amend this review in time, but I can honestly say if you are partial to the styles I mentioned you will find this an immensely pleasureable record.

It is done well in Then I Fell In Love - Dr. Alban - DeLuxe Collection MP3 about every way, but why it is not reaching me at this juncture I don't know, but I'll pass that off as my dimensia and not attribute it to them. I swear, even I Cant Get Started (Album Version) - Stéphane Grappelli - Vintage Grappelli himself must never have thought of seeing this retro love affair coming on.

I wish I bought stock in him. I wonder if Austin Powers IS responsible? Anyway, the first track here Christmas Song For Melanie is as kitschy as it is cute, and includes Micromars "effects" taped to a Bacharach beat.

Other cuts include Untitled 3 live which is a semi bossa nova guitar instrumental with the odd sound effect thrown in and it reminds me a bit of something that Beaumont would do. So does the next track You and Me which again carries that kitschy cuteness described Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Soko. That pretty much sums this effort up. If you have a propensity toward "chikka chikka boom boom" and can't get enough of that wonderful "duff", then I suppose you'll find this welcome as the post production done by Micromars makes it different from the norm to begin with and it is fairly good.

If however, you've had your fill of this though as have I and can't get someone else to buy this so you can copy it as have I then for 2 songs, 2 instrumentals and Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Soko odd Christmas track it probably won't be worth it.

I do like the packaging and CD art a bit though. If that is true then it's a real shame. Casting the image of the true "nerd" band They look like Canto De Amor Sem Freio - Boémia - Semente night at Kreplakistan High "We now to play our songs of instruments, thanking you much"this outfit uses the good'ol and friendly Moog like it hasn't been used in years. That grungy, spritzy sort of techno fuzz of notes teamed up to great melodies and top lyrics.

There are a lot of really good songs on this album and they find that niche between techno and pop almost Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Soko really well. I do not know how available this is any more, but it is certainly something to keep an eye out for if you dig the glory that can be the Moog.

This is an album which encapsulates the best sort of things about J-pop bands. Twinkling, somewhat childlike keyboards and melodies, perhaps innocent is the right word, but very touching and not juvenile.

It's also recorded very well which makes it a treat thru good gear. You could almost call this twee only there isn't anything depressing about it. I know that for some people this sort of thing is an acquired taste but this would be an excellent LP to plumb the waters of chance as it's sure to please. It's equally great to dance to as it is to read and relax to. There are all kinds of records you can buy in this world, but ones that just make you happy are really a rare treat.

This is one of those recordings and if you let it, it can take you to that happy place. Rhythm Fantasy are a 2 girl act delving in really catchy synth pop songs as well as more mature "Portishead" type ballads.

Unlike most of the stuff sung in english from japan there is not really much of a hint of any accent to give their location away. I suppose I can attrubute it to the fact that their voices are so well controlled. Disc has some small marks, but of course it plays perfectly.

Rare Japanese import complete with obi and 1 Soundabout - Replicant - Kuuki No Soko track: 12 Grandmother Die. The outside of the digipak shows some shelf wear. Rare Japanese import on Escalator Records escd Disc and Lite & Darkside - Co Depends Of Knowledge are in nice condition.

The outside of the fold-open digipak shows a little shelf wear. Disc has a couple very small, very light marks, mostly outside the playing surface, but of course it plays perfectly. The outside of the fold-open, mini-lp case shows some shelf wear. CD by The Bad Spellers. Disc and fold-open booklet are in nice condition. The outside of the digipak shows a little shelf wear on the edges. Disc has a few small, light marks, but of course it plays perfectly.

Spanish import on Siesta siesta The outside of the fold-open digipak shows a little shelf wear, and there is a little damage to the top right side of the front it appears someone removed a sticker from that part of the digipak.

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Guillaume Belhomme (Gypsophile) and Emmanuel Lamour (Shop) originally collaborated to produce this album in , which commingles opposing aesthetics: Gypsophile, at this point in his career, representing the classical (chanson française, bossa nova, romance); Shop representing irreverence (cheap electronic pop, garage technology, chaos).

The back of the package features the first appearance of the cat. And a revisionist view of the Champagne Reception artwork. Actually, this was an early design for the Champagne cover which got scrapped in favor of a more cartoonish illustration which I thought more in line with the rest of the Champagne package. I’ve regretted it ever since. The Girl Who Lost Interest in Everything: This is the graphic which connects the album artwork to the 45 (which was supposed to come back from the factory at the same time, but that is another tale). While virtually every other image on the album is rendered in high(est) contrast, generally overlaid with vertical hairlines, “The Girl Who Lost Interest in Everything” (a junior swim champion.

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