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  • Audio CD (September 18, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nettwerk
  • ASIN: B000062T9L
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #686,554 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Straight Line to the Kerb
2. What You Have Is Good
3. King King Frown
4. I Love You
5. Alone Again And
6. Tubular Belgians in My Goldfield
7. Be Good to Yourself
8. Over the Side
9. Coke and Flakes
10. Silverline
11. Animals on My Mind

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Too Late to Die Young by Departure Lounge

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Hirsh on May 13, 2002
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While this CD may not be as poppily accessible as their previous noninstrumental cds, this cd is nevertheless filled with "pop" moments and as with all Departure Lounge cds hightlights the tightness and ability of the band to incorporate different styles and distill these styles into departure lounge songs. Seeing departure lounge live is an incredibly moving musical experience, and their recorded efforts show how musically dexterous, tight and versatile this band is. It may take a few listens, but it is worth it. Of course, many of the songs do have instant appeal creating the "pop" in the moments, but the value of Departure Lounge cds generally, and this one as well is their appeal after the passion of the first few listens wears off. You still love them in the morning.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ian Creamer on June 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is the second album from Londoners Departure Lounge and along with it's debut this was one has received very positive reviews from the British music press. Having left their native London to relocate to Nashville I have expected this c.d. to sound like the sort of thing Lambchop, etc used to produce. Instead there's barely a hint of any Alt. Country sound.
The album starts off very positively. "Straight Line To The Kerb" sounds like some sort of classic Belle And Sebastian or Delgado's track. It builds up very smoothly before the acoustic guitars and gentle shimmering keyboards serve as a backdrop to almost whispered vocals. You get the added touch of some really nice trumpet and at this stage I thought I was on to a winner with this c.d. Well the first few tracks really are very good indeed but the whole c.d. deteriorates into some at times almost unlistenable dirge later on. The first hints of some of their unusual arrangements comes half way through the first single and excellent track "King Kong Frown". The cause of this seems to be some wayward sounding brass section. I mean the first sax. Interjection is excellent but we soon get this excruciating sounds of the sax later on. This sound reappears later on during the oddball sounds of track 7 "Be Good To Yourself". Some people may find this sound has some sense of orginality but to me it's that harsh sound much like someone dragging their nails down a blackboard! It gets even worse on the 9th track, which starts off excellently with a cool sort of blues vibe and rhythm, before we get that harsh sound again. On the previous track Tim Keegan is joined on vocals by Lisa O'Neill. Now what starts off as an excellent atmospheric track is ruined by her weak vocals.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miss C on May 1, 2002
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i wouldn't have purchased it if i had listened to it a little further before turning in my cash. first song (straight line to the kerb) is good, second song (what you have is good) is okay. i couldn't care less for the rest of the songs.
disappointment.
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but thats more than enough. I love departure lounge I wonder what they have been up to.
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