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  • CD (23 juin 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000006OK8
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Coming Down
  2. The Clearing
  3. Driving
  4. Gourmet
  5. I Work In A Saloon
  6. Wasting
  7. The Smell Of Outdoor Cooking
  8. General Plea To A Girlfriend
  9. The First Big Weekend
  10. Kate Moss
  11. Little Girls
  12. Phone Me Tonight
  13. Blood
  14. Deeper

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HASH(0x9cd989d8) étoiles sur 5 beautifully simple and hideously depressing 8 août 2000
Par chris wildeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
if you are the kind of person who will listen to their friend sob in a drunken stupor about how miserable they are, then you will love this album, even though it could drive somebody over the edge from depression into self-destruction (which is usually where the lead singer sounds like he is). the lyrics are amazing and simple; you can actually feel the sadness in his voice as it moves between a moan and a whimper and it is just beautiful, especially when complimented by the quirky instrumental back-up. although i make this sound like the most depressing album you will ever buy, it is a good bit more upbeat than their other albums and is more accesible for the average listener. buy this album first and then check out the others; if you really pay attention to arab strap, you will be amazed every time you hear the album.
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HASH(0x9cd98a74) étoiles sur 5 Excellent, but try it first. 20 mars 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't know if this albumn is for everyone, but I loved it. Some of the songs such as Deeper, Phone me tonight, and The First Big Weekend of the Summer, go down in my list of all time favorite tracks.
I would certainly recommend listening to this albumn on a good stereo - a lot of the lyrics sound muffled on bad headphones, making the heavy accents harder to understand. The lyrics are worth it though - Pessemistic, world-weary, but honest and very personal.
This albumn is more varied than some of their later stuff, and one or two tracks are just plain painful to listen to (whistling?) - You certainly can't call this albumn over-produced. This adds to the appeal, though, reflecting the lack of pretention in the music.
In my opinion, this is Arab Strap's best albumn. Buy it, love it, then buy all the ones that follow. You won't regret it.
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HASH(0x9cd98b1c) étoiles sur 5 not as good as i thought it'd be 7 mars 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i bought philophobia first and i think this album, though it's their debut, is not as good. it's too varied, it's not as consistent as philophobia. of course, you might like it that way. i don't, and i wish someone'd told me that this is the case. of course there are gems on this album, and it's worth buying if you like them, but i'd buy it used. philophobia is much more involving, and the music is better. the middle of this album starts getting strange, sounds as if some kids were just messing around with a tape recorder. which is fine, but just not what i was expecting. and i don't think 'the first big weekend' is such a great song - i don't like the techno type stuff very much at all. oh well. this album lacks the depth of philophobia, the honesty and shamelessness that makes that album so great and that makes me love arab strap so much. about half of this album is good in that way. the rest is filler. eh.
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HASH(0x9cd9b090) étoiles sur 5 FOrget it 5 janvier 2007
Par Arlo Vortex - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sorry to bring everyone down, but inspite of all these great reviews, this album is a Dud. Notice the capital D. It sounds to me like some guy in his living room with a multi track and a drum machine. And there is nothing on the insert to suggest that there are other people in the band. Maybe he found some like-minded friends later on to play music with. There were a couple of tracks with a real drum kit and an occassional guest cellist that wasn't bad, but it doesn't save this album. I could give him the benefit of the doubt and try another album, but probably not.
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