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MP3 Music, January 21, 2002
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Basically, this is more of the same lush and lustful, French infused pop that you heard on ROULETTE. Siobhan's vocals dance lightly over Robin's layered soundscapes, accompanying one another with perfect ease. Even if you already have the other singles and EPs, you'll want this for the bonus tracks, which are all very satisfying.
Trés bon! Highly recommended!
It's not the Cocteau Twins. But, it's [darn] good.
This CD is abysmal. It's more abysmal and even cloying after several listens. Siobhan de Mare's voice is pretty enough but had literally no dynamic quality to it. Awful, simply awful. I had purchased an iPod and was burning CDs to my library and could not bring myself to burn this one. Robin Guthrie writes arrangements in such interesting and dynamic ways and Siobhan's voice simply doesn't fit. She is in way over her head here showing little ability or artistry whatsoever. Who knows what Mr. Guthrie was thinking when he decided to collaborate with Siobhan. Her voice and his music simply do not go together.
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