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Don Dixon and Mitch Easter are gods, but it would have been nice if the band would have shown up.
much has been made of the easter/dixon production on this but i don't think the atmosphere is as rich as the two earlier records. the songs are frequently great, but why try to rock out hang ups? it's wasted, just be heartbreaking and beautiful, it's what you do!
still, this is a damn good record and has many wonderful moments, more echo and more john crozier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
just about perfect. love everything about this album. the band, and producer mitch easter, at the top of their respective games.Published on May 2, 2012 by Ewen McEwen
Not too bad, great mellow pop songs. The song Caroline could almost get them 4 stars by itself, Long Goodbye, Maroon, and Blue Sky sound like cool 60s Simon and Garfunkel pop... Read morePublished on December 29, 2004 by Pops
I found a couple of worthy cuts but the remainder sounds like a 1st cut demo with the tape speed turned down. Annoying!Published on July 12, 2000 by russell w beasley
I can't believe it. Everything I held dear about the Hang Ups is gone. It's as if someone told them, "Look, if your next album doesn't do well, your career is over. Read morePublished on March 4, 2000 by Fling Clooten
This album represents a maturing of Brian Tighe's songwriting. Sure it's a departure of sorts. It's a much tighter album and the production is tweaked up an extra notch, but golly,... Read morePublished on February 23, 2000 by craig leininger
Just got this cd and have listened to it over and over. If you like the Hang Ups, you will not be disappointed. Read morePublished on January 12, 2000 by Bill Hartman