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  • Audio CD (March 9, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rainbow Quartz
  • ASIN: B0001GWBUA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #650,113 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Honey
2. Nationwide
3. Next Monroe
4. Candlelight
5. To The End
6. Mad Routine
7. Have A Good One
8. You Said
9. Fuzzy White
10. I Can Read You Now
11. Crush On Subtitles
12. Moving Fast
13. Much More To Offer

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US 2004

3Next Monroe4:26
5To The End3:40
6Mad Routine4:52
7Have A Good One2:51
8You Said4:51
9Fuzzy White4:21
10I Can Read You Now4:19
11Crush On Subtitles4:16
12Moving Fast5:09
13Much More To Offer4:18

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rotem Eren Rabinovich on June 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Nationwide" is a mature album of silly music by some serious guys dabbling in a silly genre- neo-psychadelic pop-rock. Though with more straightforward production than their previous English-language releases, it confronts the originality issues inherent in the genre (some songs on "Another Beginning" sounded a little TOO much like Lennon or Bowie) much better. The songwriting and overall creativity is almost on par with their 1994 Hebrew-language masterpiece, "H'Ish Sh'ra'ah H'Col" ("The Man Who Saw Everything", on which there is a somewhat superior Hebrew version of Nationwide's To The End), and the performances are the best they have ever been. I especially love hearing the rythym section- Issar Tennenbaum's Keith Moon school of drumming approach is a refreshing departure from the human drum machines of otherwise superlative bands such as Radiohead and Muse (not to mention the neo-pop-punk bands...), and Marc Lazare's bass notes are actually SURPRISING relative to what the guitar is playing.
The newest aspects of this album are how heavy Baruch Ben Izhak's guitars get on most songs, and the surprisingly beautiful gentle songs, Candlelight, Have A Good One, I Can Read You Now, and Much More To Offer. Though the Beatles are frequently and correctly sighted as an influence, the more proper touchstone for the first and last mentioned in the last sentence would have to be Brian Wilson's Smile sessions. Really something very special. Overall, the impression is of prime late-sixties, vaguely post-psychedelic pop, played with a contemporary heavy guitar sound and a much less naive sense of structure.
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