Just my luck to get two albums by the same artist on consecutive days, although this came up second... I'm glad I listened to this before Fetch The Boltcutters, which is mostly 51 minutes of shite. There are some good tracks on here - Criminal, Sullen Girl and Never Is A Promise were good. Pale September the standout.
I've put off listening to this for a couple of months or so, because I thought I knew what my reaction to it would be. But it's worse than I expected, and if I could give it a negative score I would. This album has no redeeming features whatsoever and makes me want to inhale my own vomit.
My default setting is rock, but it's 5 in the morning and I'm delightfully drunk. Sometimes you need to listen to something stripped back like this. Great album.
Well that was a pleasant surprise. I wasn't expecting much from reading the Wiki page, but I got the much - and some more. And now I'd like someone to make the film, please.
I've promised to listen to every album all the way through, and it's difficult with some. But I'd rather cut my bollocks off with a rusty razor than listen to this shit again.
Why can't I rate albums that are really, really shit as a zero? I thought I'd got as low as I could get with Supa Dupa Fly, but this was worse. Oh well, only another 819 albums to go...
"If ever an album title was in dire need of an exclamation mark It surely had to be Frampton Comes Alive!" ("Third Track Main Camera Four Minutes" by Half Man Half Biscuit. 2000) I saw Frampton support Deep Purple in 2004, and he was just as good as you would expect. This album is an absolute belter! One of the easiest 5's I'll give.
I'll be honest. From what I read before listening, I wasn't expecting much from this album. so please don't tell my mates I liked it.
Fuck me sideways, but that was tedious - and I say that as a fan of prog rock. I was all for giving it a 1, but I almost enjoyed Along The Banks Of Rivers.
Well that was a pleasant surprise.