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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002O5R
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excellent album souvenir de folles années, rien à jeter toutes les chansons sont bonnes, a recommander à des amis .
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HASH(0x974110d8) étoiles sur 5 Eat It Up! 27 février 2002
Par M. Allen Greenbaum - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the most talented groups of the eighties, FYC made only a few albums. This 1988 effort is a must, with highly original compositions similar in feeling to the great Arthur Lee and Love. Almost every song is great (although the first half is better), both for listening or dancing, particularly "She Drives Me Crazy," "Good Thing," "I'm Not the Man I Used to Be," and "Tell Me What." The emotional vocals, tight playing, and R&B/reggae beat make these completely infectious. Roland Gift has the restrained vocal passion of a Sam Cooke. Andy Cox's plucking guitar notes, superbly comped by David Steele on keyboards and some great percussive sounds, adds a unique sound to Gift's emotional vocal on "I'm Not the Man I Used To Be." On the best songs, the production is richly textured yet sparse (e.g. Al Green). For example, Steele adds some keyboard accents on "I'm Not Satisfied" then pulls off a cooking organ solo. The song, like much of the album, is imbued with R & B, reggae, funky church sounds, and James Brown passion.
"Tell Me Why" is a more mellow ska, with some nice 50's style harmonies. Track 6, "Don't Look Back," somewhat misses... it lacks the soulful hooks of the other songs but has an early 60's vocal sound and breaks into a good power guitar solo for about 10 seconds at the 2-minute mark). Overall, it's strangely likeable, as if Arthur Lee did country/Western.
"It's OK (It's Alright)" breaks into a great chorus despite it's somewhat cloying disco groove. Still, the tight work and rhythm section are impeccable and elevate the song...and again, this is great dance music! "Don't Let It Get You Down" has some annoying sound-effects over a great Prince-like falsetto by Gift. There's also a fine trumpet sound that gets into a good groove. Track 9 has a deep churchy sound (due largely to the organ), a great guitar twangling hook. Like many of their songs, it has the deep feeling of a prayer, and the yearning emotion of the best Rhythm and blues. Excellent vocals, but, towards the end of the song the overly dramatic horns and the singing veer towards self-parody (but I can imagine Elvis doing something fun with this). The last song has more strumming guitar and a big drum sound on the beat: It's a little like Talking Heads in its approach and sound, and has a taste of funk guitar.
The album fades just a bit after it's initial blast, but this is not enough to dampen my enthusiasm. Not many groups can match FYC for musical and emotional power, originality, and synthesis of R &B and reggae. It's probably one of the top 25 albums of the 1980's. Very highly recommended!
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HASH(0x9741112c) étoiles sur 5 Fine Young Cannibals, a.k.a. the two-hit wonders of 1988 17 juillet 2003
Par Lawrance Bernabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The minor complaints would be that "The Raw & the cooked" has only ten songs and about 35 minutes worth of music. The bigger complain would be that the Fine Young Cannibals never put out another album as good as this 1988 effort which had its first two tracks, "She Drives Me Crazy" and "Good Thing," hit #1 on the Billboard Pop chart. FYC consisted of sing Roland Gift with a pair of former Beat members, guitarist Andy Cox and David Steele on keyboards/bass. Pegging the songs on this album into even a couple of niches is difficult because you will hear bits of everything from Motown and R&B from the past to punk and disco from the "present" in these ten songs, all fused together in a distinctive and enjoyable sound. Credit must be given to producer David Z, who had worked with Prince, Billy Idol, and others out of Minneapolis. Most of the songs were released as singles in the U.K.
Besides the first two cuts, the torch song "I'm Not the Man I Used to Be" keeps the party going on this album. But the most memorable track remains "She Drives Me Crazy," which has one of the most instantly identifiable openings of the decade and which was used to great effect in an episode of "thirtysomething" when Elliott fantasizes about what Nancy is doing after their divorce. I understand that the snare drum bit from that song is one of the most frequently sampled sounds in music history. Makes sense to me.
"The Raw & the Cooked" sold over 2 million copies and made it to the top of the album charts as well. When people talk about one hit wonders they are talking about artists where you want to have their big song but not their album. That is most certainly not the case with the Fine Young Cannibals. The only reason not to pick up this album would be because you also like some of FYC's earlier work (they only put out two albums) and you end up going with their hits collection "Finest," which has the six singles from this album.
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HASH(0x97411564) étoiles sur 5 It Just Satisfies My Soul 11 juillet 2001
Par G. J Wiener - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
On the surface, this record is not very typical of my style of music. Great instrumental jams it does not have. Variety is not quite the spice of this recording either. And it does have alot of special effects and synthesizers which in most cases doom a record for me.
However, there is no denying Rolland Gift's vocals. They are on the mark and very soulful and expressive. The songs all have good hooks and many of them have a ... good beat. And the synthesizer touches as great as they are, add to the music rather than dominate it. Also the horn arrangements are quite slick too. This record is definitely a Good Thing so don't Let Your Lady or Man Drive You Crazy. Pick it up. You will be satisfied.
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HASH(0x97411930) étoiles sur 5 I don't buy CDs to sound loud on my MP3 player... 14 avril 2013
Par Daniel W. Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I don't buy CDs to sound loud on my MP3 player...

Unfortunately, Rhino has decided to master this reissue so loud that there is noisy distortion and less of that crisp STEREO sound. I compared it to my original pressing of the CD and, well, there's NO comparison. It's unfortunate, because the double disc is packed with bonus tracks and remixes that suffer the same problem. Not to mention, some crucial mixes have been left off. When will we ever get the Just Strauss mix of She Drives Me Crazy on CD? And Several of the mixes of I'm Not the Man I Used to Be are absent. Also, the dialogue outro of the Prince Paul mix of Good Thing has been omitted, cutting about 20 seconds of the running time of the original 12" single.


She Drives Me Crazy 3:38
Good Thing 3:23
I'm Not The Man I Used To Be 4:20
I'm Not Satisfied 3:48
Tell Me What 2:48
Don't Look Back 3:38
It's OK (It's Alright) 3:30
Don't Let It Get You Down 3:21
As Hard As It Is 3:12
Ever Fallen In Love? 3:55
You Never Know 4:29
Social Security 3:28
Ever Fallen In Love (John Potoker Extended Mix) 6:21
It's OK (It's Alright) (Ploeg Club Mix) 4:35
Ever Fallen In Love (Club Senseless Arthur Baker Remix) 9:26


She Drives Me Crazy (The Monie Love Remix) 5:56
Good Thing (Nothing Like The Single Mix)4:40
I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (Jazzie B & Nellee Hooper mix)5:13
I'm Not Satisfied (Matt Dike 12" Remix) 4:36
The Flame 3:52
Since You Been Gone 3:41
Trust 3:55
Take What I Can Get 4:16
I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (Jazzie B & Norman Cook mix) 6:41
She Drives Me Crazy (David Z 12" Version) 7:06
Don't Look Back (12" Version) 5:53
I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (Monster Mix) 8:34
Good Thing (Prince Paul Remix) 5:07
The Flame (Beatmasters Full Fat Mix) 5:00
I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (12" Mellow Mix) 4:50
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HASH(0x974118dc) étoiles sur 5 I love them. 25 janvier 2002
Par Mecca Egypt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Their music is so good. I have so many memories of them from my childhood. I used to love the video "She Drives Me Crazy" every time it came on MTV in the late 80's/early 90's. I remember VH1 used to play "She Drives Me Crazy" and "Good Thing" for years. They wouldn't let up and I loved that. This music is so nostaglic for me. They don't make it like this anymore. I'm so glad they put these songs out!
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