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|1. Public Service Announcer|
|2. Watching Xanadu|
|4. I Tried|
|5. This Is Not Who We Were|
|6. Barcode Bypass|
|7. Only I|
|8. Animal Cannabus|
|9. Strangeways Inside|
|10. Mull Historical Society|
|11. Paper Houses|
You will find yourself repeating every word with Colin after just a few listens.
The opening track is really brilliant-it starts off with piano and acoustic guitar and bits of samples that sound vaguely like the Chemical Brothers.
As you peel through the layers of Loss you realize that this is an emotionally deep and complex album.
What a CD! The songs are pop songs--verse, chorus, verse, almost no solos--with simple, direct melodies and lyrics and a wonderful sense of playfulness. Read morePublished on August 7, 2003
This album truly is a pretty great find. Not quite sure if janglepop is the correct term for what Colin MacIntyre is playing for us. "Plinkpop" seems better. Read morePublished on December 11, 2002 by P. Smith
Mull Historical Society's first full length, Loss, is a strange collection of psychedelic whimsy. What does that mean exactly? Read morePublished on September 9, 2002 by WrtnWrd