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Little Bit of Light Single, Import

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Audio CD, Single, Import, August 2, 2005
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This single is lifted from the album Doubt Seeds. Details TBA. Consummate indie songsmiths BLUEBOTTLE KISS return with A LITTLE BIT OF LIGHT, Recorded with Tim Whitten (78 Saab, Art of Fighting etc) and is the first single taken from the upcoming album - Doubt Seeds, due for release in early 2006. Great value for fans with the single generously backed by four great b-sides recorded with ace indie producer Tony Dupe (Holly Throsby, Via Tania). Stomp. 2005.

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  • Audio CD (August 2, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • ASIN: B000AA4FLA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,446,772 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elmer on November 27, 2005
Don't get me wrong, this new single packs as much of a punch as does any Bluebottle Kiss song, but it certainly does sound rather pretty. Although having gone through another line-up change for the recording of this single (and b-sides and the forthcoming album) it's still the incredible lyrics and composition of Jamie Hutchings. It retains that raw feedback, and texture of Jamie's acoustic guitarwork, yet it has a sense of hopefulness about it, something a lot of BBK songs don't seem to involve too much of. The drumming lends a lot to this song, really driving it forward the entire time. After over 12 years keeping Bluebottle Kiss together (although with a fair few different line ups) and the departure of long standing bassist/lead guitarist Ben Fletcher, Jamie reasserts his outstanding lyrical abilities (in my view, the best there freakin' is) with some simple thoughts expressed in his own sometimes abstract way, "There's no use engaging in warfare with what you cannot see".

The b-sides are a bit of a departure from the sound of the title track, and see Bluebottle Kiss shy away from the experimental and the louder, and instead produce things a little more normal, and in the last song 'You Put Out the Fire' a little bit more folky. They're good songs, but for those used to BBK of old, they may take a bit of getting used to.

All in all, this single is just a taster of the awesomeness to come in 'Doubt Seeds' : ) However, i strongly suggest you invest in some other Bluebottle Kiss albums, as they are one of the most under appreciated bands in Australia. If you like the nicer, more melodic sounding stuff, go for Revenge is Slow, it's fairly accesible. If you like a lot of feedback, crazy arse drumming and something quite bleak, go for Patient. But you really can't go wrong with any of them : )
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