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UK vinyl LP pressing. 2008 album from the Britpop band, the follow-up to the multi platinum selling albums Tired Of Hanging Around and the Nationwide Mercury Prize nominated debut Who Killed The Zutons? You Can Do Anything was recorded at Sunset Sound Studios in LA during January/February 2008 and was produced by George Drakoulias (The Black Crowes/Primal Scream/Tom Petty). 12 tracks including the single 'Always Right Behind You'. Columbia.

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  • Vinyl (June 9, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony UK
  • ASIN: B0018CWW6Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #458,480 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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They are a great band with fun and upbeat songs and they deservce a listen.
Chris Kaiser
Opening is the aptly titled scorching rocker "Harder and harder" with a nice horn coda and a light Blues feel.
Nse Ette
The Zutons have become the most interesting and best band to emerge from England this decade.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nse Ette TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 10, 2008
Format: Audio CD
What do you do when your best known song is associated with someone else? Why, come back with a much stronger album and hope people remember the songs as yours, that's what.

UK Indie quartet Zutons return with their third album. Their second album, "Tired of hanging around" contained the UK #9 hit "Valerie", better known by most now as Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse's song after it spent forever at #2.

Opening is the aptly titled scorching rocker "Harder and harder" with a nice horn coda and a light Blues feel. "Dirty rat" slows things down with a soothing ska feel and sprinklings of horns before picking up pace again with "What's your problem".

"You make the four walls cry" is a plodding rocker with vocals midway by saxophonist Abi Harding, followed by the swirling psychedelic rocker "Family of leaches". Displaying their harmonies are the acoustic, almost Country-ish ballad "Don't get caught", and the closing "Little red door", a lovely ballad with chiming guitars.

"Bumbag" (about welfare benefits cheats) is a catchy upbeat horn peppered song, while "Always right behind you" is a swinging classic-rock song; Status Quo meets ABBA. I would imagine Ms Winehouse will be setting her sights on a cover.

"Put a little aside" is a nice ballad, a humorous look at a married man having an affair, "Freak" starts off with gentle verses before morphing into a very catchy driving retro rocker, one of the standouts! A wall of voices introduces "Give me a reason", a great rocker with loads of sax giving a groovy feel.

There isn't a duff moment on this album. Welcome back zutons!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike B. on July 30, 2008
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Formed in Liverpool in 2001, the Zutons issued their eclectic debut album "Who Killed The Zutons?" in 2004. It was a wide-ranging affair filled with rock/pop/ska/soul - you name it, the band attempted it. Many songs featured dark, apocalyptic imagery a la Bowie's "Diamond Dogs". "Railroad" was about a Chinese railroad worker lamenting being so far from home, while another described a "Havana Gang Brawl". Despite generally downbeat subject matter, the music was engaging and buoyantly performed. Touring and a steady stream of singles gained them a following, and the CD sold quite well for over a year.

In 2006, the band released their follow-up disc "Tired Of Hanging Around". Chief songwriter and vocalist Dave McCabe changed his game plan, and wrote songs that were more accessible and less odd. Greater commercial success ensued, and the group scored 2 British top ten hits. "Why Won't You Give Me Your Love?" was a terrific rocker that effectively showcased the immediacy and clarity of his voice. Even when the band is squawking all around him, his vocals cut through the fray like a knife through butter. Their other hit was "Valerie".

"Valerie" made him a ton of money when it was covered by Amy Winehouse a year later. It was a giant hit single for her, and produced by Mark Ronson - who had previously done great work with Lily Allen on her debut effort "Alright, Still". And, of course, he'd produced Winehouse's blockbuster smash CD "Back To Black". Amy did a great job with the song - it can be found on Ronson's 2007 CD "Version", and she performs it on her "live" DVD.

Some fans prefer the Zutons earlier, more eccentric output - while others favor the pop/rock stuff. I don't know - I like them both.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julio Muniz on May 19, 2009
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It's always great to see how a band can built their career up. This is The Zutons third album. Finally you can identify all of their influences and melt them into a unique sound. This is a perfect mix of country roots and garage rock, very 60's but not old at all. Recommended If You Like: The Coral, The Datsuns and Supergrass
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