Posted by Geoff October 12, 2007

Well someone had to do it. It was weird...I mean when someone offers you an entire album from 45p upwards how much do you give them? I plumped for £5, nice round number.

So got the email, hit the link, 5 minutes later I had the album on my hard drive. And it's pretty damn good - not to everyone's tastes i'm sure - but I prefer them more now than when they did all the mopey crap. Much more atmospheric and pretty innovative for what's essentially a guitar band.

Only gripes....why only 160 kbps? Why bother releasing it on CD 3 months later? And I still prefer the live versions of "Nude" and "Reckoner".



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