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Seriously, this has to be the most underrated album of the 1990's!
After reading all the glowing praises I felt compelled to pick myself up a copy, and after several listens of the entire album I'm absolutely hooked!
Songs like Rip In Heaven and Everything's Different Now are so catchy that they stick in a person's head for a long time.
This album is just phenomenal. I'll dare say that in certain moods, it might be my favorite album of all time. No joke. Read morePublished 14 days ago by FLK6677
I think I bought this one mainly to complete a Til Tuesday collection and to hear everything Aimee Mann has done. It's a good listen but nothing especially memorable.Published 1 month ago by Walter Sanders
i have been listening to this album for years, & to be true it does not get old! this is my favorite work by til tuesday [aimee man]! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Koil
I had this on vinyl and had to get the mp3 version. My favorite Til Tuesday!! Love, love love lovePublished 7 months ago by Avid Reader
. I had a go I had a good experience yeah it was w the product is grea it's all peachy keenPublished 14 months ago by Angela M. Ricks
I had all their albums growing up in the 80's. I still love them all and this one is one of their best in my opinion. Of course back then I had the cassettes LOL. Read morePublished on October 6, 2011 by dean scott
The third and final Til Tuesday album is one of the great unappreciated gems of modern music. The record company failed to promote this well, goodness only knows why, as bands like... Read morePublished on June 16, 2010 by Pommy, Kiwi Celt
"Welcome Home" was a favorite album of mine back in the 80s (although "Voices Carry" I never really got into, Aimee's voice was too high). Read morePublished on May 8, 2010 by NeepNeep
The title's more or less accurate: for the final record in their trilogy of albums, 'Til Tuesday moved away from the general pop sound of their previous pieces and toward a more... Read morePublished on February 1, 2009 by Tom Benton