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Record Review: White Door DLX RM UK CD [part 2]

[…continued from last post] Side two of the original album, as usual, was where the most commercial track on the album rested. “Love Breakdown” was a high-calorie example of whipped cream disco⇓. State of the art keyboards produced to within … Continue reading

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Record Review: Skafish – Skafish DLX RM US CD [part 2]

[…continued from last post] Following “We’ll See A Psychiatrist” it was time for something more placid sounding, though no less emotionally raw. “Romantic Lessons” was a doo-wop throwback about a guy who followed couples to learn how relationships happened. The … Continue reading

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Record Review: Skafish – Skafish DLX RM US CD [part 1]

Skafish: Skafish DLX RM US CD [2019] Introduction Joan Fan Club Maybe One Time Obsessions Of You We’ll See A Psychiatrist Romantic Lessons Sink Or Swim Work Song Guardian Angel Disgracing The Family Name No Liberation Here Take It Out … Continue reading

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Want List: Associates – Perhaps UK 2xCD DLX RM

Associates: Perhaps DLX RM – UK – 2xCD [2020] Disc 1: Perhaps + Bonus Tracks Those First Impressions Waiting For The Loveboat Perhaps Schampout Helicopter Helicopter Breakfast Thirteen Feelings The Stranger In Your Voice The Best Of You Don’t Give … Continue reading

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Record Review: The Passions – Sanctuary DLX RM US CD [part 4]

[…continued form last post] The B-side of “Africa Mine” was “I Feel Cheap,” which was as emotionally direct a song as possible but the production by Peter Wilson had room for sonic detail like the Eventide Harmonizer used on the … Continue reading

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Record Review: The Passions – Sanctuary DLX RM US CD [part 3]

[…continued from last post] What had been side two of the LP began with the unique “Cars Driven Fast.” That had been the original title of the album before their management made the change to “Sanctuary” and Polydor Germany called … Continue reading

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Record Review: The Cars – Candy-O US DLX RM [part 3]

[;continued from last post] That organ sound was also at the forefront of the driving “Got A Lot On My Head” and this time it was joined by squelchy, squirting DEVO-esque synths that lurched throughout the song. In 1979 could … Continue reading

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