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20/20/Look Out!
20/20/Look Out!
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4.0 out of 5 stars The first two 20/20 albums available again on CD with two previously unreleased bonus tracks with nice mastering., December 27, 2014
This review is from: 20/20/Look Out! (Audio CD)
The power pop/new wave group 20/20 never quite found their audience when they were still together partially due to corporate indifference. That has been corrected with this reissue of their first two albums by Real Gone Music which includes two previously unreleased (on CD) single b-sides to round out this fine release.

The remastering Maria Triana at Battery Sea Studio favors dynamics over loud, brash compression which is a good thing as these albums. Why four stars instead of five? Well there is a bit of a problem with this release and it is minor (and Real Gone is upfront about the issue) but you need to be aware of it--"Strange Side of Love" is the single edit which runs slightly shorter than the original album track because of the amount of music that needed to be on one disc. While it would have been ideal to reissue this as a two CD set with the b-sides, the single edit of "Strange" and any outtakes that exist, that wasn't in the cards due to the licensing cost for this title from Epic. It's a minor issue but something long time fans need to be aware of. I personally prefer the single version to the full length version as it has a bit more punch than the album version for me.

The release features excellent liner notes with new comments from the band members on the making of their first two albums as well as pictures.

Although flawed by the inclusion of only the single version of "Strange Side Of Love" instead of the single version and album version, this reissue will be worthwhile to pick up by fans because of the previously unavailable b-sides included at the end of the CD.


Original Album Series
Original Album Series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Although the packaging is cheap, the music sounds marvelous on this collection of five essential Man albums., December 23, 2014
This review is from: Original Album Series (Audio CD)
This excellent collection puts together of Man's best albums. While the entire albums are intact, none of the bonus tracks were included from the stand alone remasters. Nevertheless, this set is an excellent place to start with this band that combined pub rock with progressive in a unique sound all their own.

Spear headed by Deke Leonard Man featured high quality songs, production and performances in their long career. Deke left and returned at one point (all the albums included here feature Deke except "Be Good To Yourself") and the collection here includes their third, fourth, sixth, eighth and ninth albums that band made with Deke at the helm (again, except for "Good").

The mastering is quite good--I'm not sure if this uses the same mastering as the deluxe editions or if this is a unique mastering but it is dynamic sounding and doesn't suffer from the harsh compression of most modern remasters.

The presentation is a bit cheap--we get wallet sized LP cardboard sleeves without an insert or any credits (or booklet for that matter). I'd suggest purchasing some inserts to protect the CDs. Each label is color coded to correspond to each album (and features most of the credits on the label for each album) so you won't confuse which one goes into the appropriate cardboard sleeve.

Although the packaging is cheaply designed, the music here is marvelous and the price is great as well. There are some holes here which you can fill in with the individual releases of various Man albums but these are among the cream of the crop for the band.


With A Little Help From My Friends
With A Little Help From My Friends
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5.0 out of 5 stars The late great Joe Cocker in all of his glory as a singer-remaster has two bonus tracks., December 23, 2014
Joe Cocker's gone. The sad part is the loss to his family but fans of his music also will take a hit as well; we won't get anymore new music from Joe. His loss and the loss of his artistry is profound; Cocker was among the best blues shouters to come from the UK. His unique delivery and voice allowed him to make ANY song his. Whether it be a song by The Beatles, the progressive rock of Traffic or blue eyed soul of The Box Tops, once he took possession of a song, he took it ALL.

"With A Little Help From My Friends" is a marvelous early collection of Joe's interpretations of others music as well as his own originals. It's a pretty good remaster which is still dynamic and uses the original tapes rather than EQ'd tapes prepared for LP mastering.

We get the original 10 track album including the cover of The Beatles "With A Little Help From My Friends" and two previously unreleased tracks--"The New Age of Lily" and "Something's Coming On".

We also get a brief essay in the liner notes on the making of the album.

The tracks are:

Feelin' Alright (written by and originally performed by Traffic--this is THE definitive version)
Bye Bye Blackbird
Change in Louise
Just Like a Woman (Bob Dylan classic gets new life from Joe's intepretation)
Do I Still Figure in Your Life
Sandpaper Cadillac
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (The Animals version is great but Joe gives this his own spin)
With a Little Help from My Friends (The Lennon/McCartney song turned into a soul anthem by Joe)
I Shall Be Released (Joe's version adds much needed soul to Dylan's song).
The New Age of Lily
Something's Coming On

Highly recommended.

Tales From The Crypt / Vault Of Horror [Blu-ray]
Tales From The Crypt / Vault Of Horror [Blu-ray]
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4.0 out of 5 stars Two Amicus productions receive very nice blu-ray release--"Vault" features both the U.S. edit and uncut version,, December 9, 2014
Shout Factory (or their Scream imprint) has undone a mistake that Fox made back in 2007--"Vault of Horror" was trimmed to make the R rated movie (directed by Roy Ward Baker)into a PG movie. They trimmed several scenes of violence and gore resulting in a film that, while not tame, wasn't all it could be.

Shout reached out to the owner of the UK copyright for the R rated version optaining a copy for release in this twofer that also includes "Tales From The Crypt".

In "Tales From The Crypt" five people tour catacombs not realizing until they are there that they are already dead. The Crypt Keeper (Sir Ralph Richardson)shares the stories of how they died which they don't recall.

In "Vault" five strangers find themselves in an elevator that takes them to the basement. They can't call back the lift and explore the surroundings. They find a "gentleman's club" where they sit waiting for help and share odd and horrible dreams they had. Although the bulk is based on "Tales From The Crypt" stories the Crypt Keeper character doesn't appear nor is any reference made to the previous film except in a tip of the hat when one character is seen reading a novelization of "Tales".

Some segments hold up better than others for each film but the best ones here including one with Joan Collins facing a deranged man in a Santa suit, make it all worthwhile.

Both films are based on the comic books of "Tales From The Crypt" ( "Tales" and "Shock Suspense Stories" in the case of "Vault of Horror".

"Tales" features a terrific cast including Roy Dotrice, Peter Cushing, Ralph Richardson, Ian Hendry, Patrick Magee and Joan Collins.

"Vault" features a stellar group of actors including Tom Baler ("Dr. Who"), Terry Thomas, Curd Jurkins, Daniel & Anna Massey and Denholm Elliot among others.

Both films look quite nice in their blu-ray transfer. Colors are solid throughout (or as solid as a 70's film of this type) with nice detail and there's nice grain structure indicating that the films haven't been over processed for their blu-ray presentation.

While the audio is still mono (I don't know that Shout were able to locate much less remix the multi-tracks for the soundtrack), it sounds quite good with solid presence.

While we don't get the usual goodies as extras that one has come to expect from Shout (interviews, commentary tracks, etc.) we get an alternate title sequence which shows that originally the film was going to be entitled "Tales From The Crypt II" as well as a theatrical trailer. We also get THREE versions of "Vault of Horror": we get the original U.S. release with a PG rating, the international unrated (which would have earned the film an "R" rating in the U.S.)in the theatrical aspect ratio and, finally, the same unrated version presented as an open matte i.e., 1.33:1 aspect ratio. The later two are on a second disc while the former is on the same disc as "Tales from The Crypt".

There are no deleted or alternate scenes that are included (I doubt any of them survived). Perhaps this will eventually get individual releases with interviews from the surviving cast or segment specific commentary from cast or crew. Unfortunately, directors Freddie Francis and Roy Ward Baker passed away and never did get a chance to do a commentary for either film.

On the reverse side of the cover we get replicas of the poster artwork for both films which is a nice touch.

While it would have been nice to get more special features here, the extra effort and money went into making sure to get the uncut version of "Vault of Horror" for its blu-ray debut. Kudos to Shout Factory for making the extra effort with this release and making sure to get it right.

Here's hoping that, soon, we will get "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors", "Asylum" (which received a very nice DVD release already), "And Now The Screaming Starts", "The Beast Must Die" (which has received a very nice DVD release already)among others soon.

If you grew up on the Amicus, Hammer or American International horror films of the 1960's and 1970's, you'll really enjoy revisiting these films.


The Long Goodbye [Blu-ray]
The Long Goodbye [Blu-ray]
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4.0 out of 5 stars Altman's take on film noir with Marlowe thrown into the modern world., December 3, 2014
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Phillip Marlowe is a man out of time. He has the values of the 40's and 50's thrown into the swinging 70's. As with everything Altman did, he tackled the film noir genre in his own unique way. Altman had a string of critical and commerical successes which added to his confidence with "The Long Goodbye".

Those expecting Chandler's novel should adjust their expectatons.

Shot by Vilmos Zsigmond,"The Long Goodbye" looks pretty good in its Blu-ray debut. Keep in mind that the softness evident in the image was intended. "The Long Goodbye" will never be a demo disc but it looks exactly as it was intended to look for a 1970's film. Colors, although muted, look quite nice and detail is pretty good.

The audio isn't the best but, again, it's a typical Altman soup of merged voices and background sounds. The audio sounds fine if you know what to expect from Altman.

The special features are solid if not spectacular. I honestly didn't expect anything here but we get the original promotional featurette "Rip Van Marlowe" which runs 24 minutes and perfectly describes Altman's approach to the material.

Vilmos Zsigmond appears in a 14 minute interview where he discusses working with Altman, the film and his general approach to the material.

We also get a copy of the original American Cinematographer article, radio ads and the trailer.

I am a bit disappointed that we didn't get a commentary track or a featurette on Altman and shooting the film but it's nice that we got anything for a catalog release. Kinko Lorber does a fine job with this release. "The Long Goodbye" doesn't look or sound perfect but it was never meant to.

Justified: Season 5 [Blu-ray]
Justified: Season 5 [Blu-ray]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Raylan finds himself dealing with a murder of Crowes during fifth season, December 2, 2014
"Justified" continues to be one of the best written, acted and directed shows on TV. The fifth season continues that trend focusing as much on character development as action.


Dewey's cousin Daryl (Michael Rappaport), his brother Danny, sister and baby brother Kendal move to Kentucky trying to take over his cousin's whore house business and worm his way into Boyd Crowder's business in the process. Needless to say, Daryl butts heads with U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) on a fairly regular basis during the fifth season.


"Justified" marked its fifth season with two unique events--the death of a major supporting character and with the death of author Elmore Leonard who created Raylen Givens and provided the basis for the series.

Image quality is exceptionally good throughout with nice detail, exceptional depth and textures. Colors are nice throughout the presentation.

The lossless audio is in DTS 5.1 HD with subtitles in English and French.

We get a load of special features including "The Big House" a featurette on the prison featured in the film. Patton Oswalt reading the eulogy published in The Onion. "Getting The Shot" focuses on the cinematography.

We also get audio commentaries--"A Murder of Crowes" featuring actor Damon Herriman, Creator Graham Yost, Writer Fred Golan, and Director Michael Dinner; actresses Joelle Carter and Alicia Witt and Co-Writers/Producers Fred Golan and Dave Andron for "Restitution."

There are a number of featurettes including one on author Elmore Leonard,"Season of The Crowe: Making of Season Five", "King Lear" (focuses on shooting a difficult scene),"Raylan Givens: Two Roads Diverge" about possible career paths that Raylan MIGHT have taken.

We get some additional featurettes including "Wall of Death: The Body Count of Season Five", "Writer's Diary: A Week of Starvation" on creating season five and a variety of deleted scenes.

The fifth season keeps "Justified" on a roll with a series of exceptional story arcs over the course of thirteen episodes.


Avengers [Blu-ray]
Avengers [Blu-ray]
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4.0 out of 5 stars A mixed bag for "The Avengers" blu-ray debut--some issues with image and sound quality., December 1, 2014
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This classic, witty spy series arrived in color with the fifth season (which is why Lion's Gate has chosen to release season five ahead of others including season four where the series finally appeared in America). The new Blu-ray release from Lion's Gate is a mixed bag for a variety of reasons but still beats the DVD's previously issued hands down; the colors are fairly vivid throughout giving the primary colors some pop in high definition.

There are a number of issues with this set however including the amount of episodes per disc. If Lion's Gate had put these on four discs it would have given the film a bit of breathing room improving detail by allowing a more robust bit rate (the bit rate averages between 10-20 depending on the episode). It also wouldn't have necessitated the use of high frequency filtering which often times removes additional film grain. Both of these are issues BUT most fans won't notice this as the detail does improve on the DVDs and the episodes have been cleaned up signficantly. Since these episodes are presented in their original aspect ratio we have the episodes presented with pillar boxes on both sides which, again, allows for a bit more breathing room in terms of bit rate for the series.

Because of the anemic bit rate Lion's Gate chose not to include either a lossless audio presentation (it's Dolby Digital 5.1)or the original mono soundtrack that was prepared for the show. It's a pity that neither optionw as offered for the series. During the 5.1 conversion it appears that the audio was pitched up (perhaps they used the first UK set as a reference where there was a PAL 4% speed up on the dialog).

An additional disc might have raised the price of this by about $5 so, if the price point was the big concern here, the series would still have sold well with a better presentation AND some extra room for the extras that were prepared for the restored DVDs overseas. We don't get any special features with this set which is frustrating because there are special features offered on the previous DVDs including a documentaries, featurettes and audio commentary tracks. It's rather bizarre given that these were already produced that Lion's Gate and A&E elected NOT to include them (or even present the docs and featurettes in SD). It's a puzzling move given that other cult series like "The Prisoner" and "Space:1999" BOTH were loaded with special features in additional to being spread across more discs for a superior A/V presentation.

If you're displeased with the lack of special features, the lower image quality because of packing so many episodes per disc, you should write and let Lion's Gate know. Perhaps we will also see a correction for the pitched up dialog (all of which I think it doubtful that they will be fixed) as well but, either way, this is a missed opportunity to produce a terrific set. For those interested in only the series and willing to accept some of the limitations of the image quality, this set will do just fine. For those that are disappointed, you may want to wait and see if the UK release is Region Free (I doubt it) or pick up a multi region Blu-ray player for the series.

I'm cautiously recommending this set.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Review for the Mobile Fidelity release of "The Pretenders"--sounds terrific no bonus tracks (not a surprise)don't give up deluxe, November 28, 2014
This review is from: Pretenders (Audio CD)
"The Pretenders" was a watershed moment in rock music during the 1980's combining the spiritial energy of punk with the melodic, riff driven music that came before. What made the album work so well then continues to resonate now. The Pretenders unique sound was evident from the first note of their self titled album and Hynde's voice, songwriting and attitude contribute a lot to that but it wasn't the exclusive reason they sounded so fresh--James Honeyman-Scott's unique guitar playing and arranging skills along with Pete Farndon's bass playing the the propulsive drums of Martin Chambers all added to the chemistry of what made The Pretenders unique.

"The Pretenders" has been remastered at least three times so I am going to compare the three versions that I've heard on CD to the Mobile Fidelity SACD hybrid.

The original mastering sounded pretty good on CD particularly at the time but it wasn't from the original mastertapes. Instead the first generation EQ'd LP master. That doesn't mean it sounds bad but that it does sound like the LP if that's what you're looking for. The original CD version is quite dynamic sounding.

The second mastering was the deluxe edition done by Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch. That edition wasn't quite as dynamic but evidently Inglot and Hersh used the original masters for the album (something that Inglot is known for being very picky about). Some folks found this edition a bit bright as well but it's a solid version because of the source used and the fact that there were a number of bonus tracks added to the first disc AND a second disc with a live performance by the original band.

The third mastering (I'm aware of)is the one done by Audio Fidelity. The original tapes were used for this edition as well and there was improvement in detail but sacrificed to by compression that was applied after it was already mastered. How do we know that the original masters were used? The original masters didn't have some overdubs applied (like the effects on "The Phone Call") and they were missing here.

This version takes care of the issues that have existed with just about all previous versions of the album. Some folks don't like the "new" Mobile Fidelity's approach to remasters so let me disclose my bias--I DO. Not all of their remasters are perfect but this is an example of one that just sounds terrific but with a precaution--you will appreciate this best if you have a player with SACD capability. The CD layer of this disc sounds terrific as well and, depending on your system, you will hear a better soundstage, improved depth, bass (but not a bloated bass sound as on many remasters)and noticeable improvement in the separation of the instruments. The SACD layer is NOT a 5.1 remix but the original stereo mix just with greater resolution.

Keep in mind that you'll need to have a nice system capable of appreciating this but I noticed an improvement just listening to this in the car. I would also suggest that you keep in mind that this album was recorded 35 years ago so this won't sound like an album recorded yesterday (maybe that's a good thing given how mastering has often times been pretty pathetic over the last couple of decades at times).

If you have the original CD pressing or Audio Fidelity, you can sell them or trade them in. I would keep the Inglot/Hersh remaster because of the extra tracks and extra disc--those are essential tracks.

If you hate the Mofi reissues (there are those folks that don't appreciate them and that's fine), I don't think this edition is going to change your mind on their mastering approach but if you do appreciate this album AND appreciate their approach, you'll enjoy this album.
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Ninth Configuration(Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack)
Ninth Configuration(Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Darkly comic thriller receives deluxe blu-ray treatment, November 21, 2014
Over looked upon its release "The Ninth Configuration" takes a page from Hitchcock's "Spellbound" setting a mystery in an asylum for the mentally unstable. This film is more than a mystery though as the inmates dig into questions of metaphysics and the fine line between sanity and insanity that we all walk.

Stacey Keach (who replaced Nichol Williamson in the role)plays Col. Kane a psychatrist with an unconventional approach sent to #18 a mental instutition. He's there to determine who is sane and who is playing at being insane. Kane find all of the inmates challenging but one of the inmates a former astronaut named Cutshaw (Scott Wilson) suspects that Kane himself is insane and doesn't realize it. Cutshaw was placed there after losing it after canceling his own launch to the moon.

"The Ninth Configuration" is the second part of a trilogy examining good and evil by writer/director William Peter Blatty. The first part was "The Exorcist" directed by William Friedkin (who was originally supposed to direct "The Ninth Configuration")and written by William Peter Blatty based on his novel. The third part of the trilogy was "Exorcist III" which Blatty wrote and directed from his novel "Legion". Each part intersects with the other with the character of Cutshaw appearing in "The Exorcist" (he's the astronaut that Regan states will die in space).

"The Ninth Configuration" remains an unusual film with dark comic elements infused into the drama. It's not for everyone but it is quite brilliant.

The Hen's Tooth blu-ray features the best looking transfer of "The Ninth Configuration" that has ever appeared. Unfortunately, it isn't a perfect presentation simply because of the way the film was shot, the type of film stock used to shoot the film at the time. Don't be fooled by the condition of the opening titles--the film does improve in image quality but it is variable with the image sometimes being soft, other times with a nice detailed image. Regardless, this improves on the DVD release with bolder colors and image quality. There is a glitch during the opening titles that occurs (possibly due to the damage of the negative) but, aside from that, the film plays smoothly from beginning to end. "The Ninth Configuration" will never be mistaken for a demo disc for blu-ray but fans will be happy with the improved quality. The film transfer is a at a healthy 29.99 Mbps on a 50 gig disc.

The film did receive a 70mm presentation at one time (blown up from 35mm)with a multi-track mix but, unforuntatley, the multi-track mix is missing. Since the multi-track and original multi's are missing, we are stuck with a mono presentation of the soundtrack. The mono sounds quite good.

Hen's Tooth ports over the special features from the Warner Brothers DVD including Blatty's (moderated by film critic Mark Kermode)commentary track which provides some insight into why Blatty felt the need to continually recut the film and his approach to shooting the film (also he provides some interesting trivia about shooting on location in Russia).

We also get an a featurette with film critic Mark Kermode (and interviews with Blatty) focusing on the meaning of the film.

Rounding out the special features are 20 minutes of outtakes from the film presented in 480i.

We also get a DVD in addition to the BR disc.

Although "The Ninth Configuration" isn't a perfect blu-ray, it improves on previous editions of the film on home video and features some terrific special features.
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Paul Weller-Classic Albums Selection
Paul Weller-Classic Albums Selection
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4.0 out of 5 stars A no frills package with Weller's first five studio solo albums, November 20, 2014
A terrific selection of Paul Weller's first five studio solo albums, the "Classic Albums Selection" presents the original CD contents of the single disc editions. As far as I can tell, this uses the Gary Moore remasters from the deluxe editions for the first three albums and the original mastering for the last two.

If you just want the albums at an affordable price (I purchased mine as a gift to get someone into Weller--this is someone who didn't care for the jam but will care for Weller's excursions into other musical genres), this is a good way to go. The only bonus track is "Hung Up" on "Wildwood" which wasn't on the initial CD release in the UK and Europe but added to them as part of the second pressing. It has always been on the U.S. CD.

Like many of the "Classic Album" releases, the CDs come in wallet sized cardboard sleeves mimicing what might have been released for the vinyl editions of these albums.

The first three albums are stone cold classics: The self titled album finds Weller reinventing himself but still carrying forward the roots that have always been evident in his music. The album hints at what Weller would achieve with "Wildwood".

"Wildwood" finds Weller diving into the sort of soul/folk based prog elements that made bands like Traffic popular.

"Stanley Road" continues this experiment with Traffic styled music as well as continuing to dig into Weller's love of R&B and Soul.

"Heavy Soul" once again demonstrates Weller's tasty skills as a writer, singer and arranger. Weller does stumble a bit with "Heavy Soul" which isn't quite as consistent as what came before.

Unfortunately there isn't a booklet (which might have been helpful for those curious about who plays what--in a type size a little easier on aging eyes.

The packaging is pretty decent for the set and given the quality of mos tof the music, this is a nice way to get the first five albums although I still would recommend the deluxe for all three.

It would have been nice if they had thrown in the "Live Wood" album as a bonus disc.

The track listings are as follows:

Paul Weller (Island) 1992
1. Uh Huh Oh Yeh
2. I Didn't Mean To Hurt You
3. Bull-Rush
4. Round And Round
5. Remember How We Started
6. Above The Clouds
7. Clues
8. Into Tomorrow
9. Amongst Butterflies
10. The Strange Museum
11. Bitterness Rising
12. Kosmos

Wild Wood (Island) 1993
1. Sunflower
2. Can You Heal Us (Holy Man)
3. Wild Wood
4. Instrumental One (part 1)
5. All The Pictures On The Wall
6. Has My Fire Really Gone Out?
7. Country
8. Instrumental Two
9. 5th Season
10. The Weaver
11. Instrumental One (part 2)
12. Foot Of The Mountain
13. Shadow Of The Sun
14. Holy Man (reprise)
15. Moon On Your Pyjamas
16. Hung Up

Stanley Road (Island) 1995
1. The Changingman
2. Porcelain Gods
3. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
4. You Do Something to Me
5. Woodcutters Son
6. Time Passes
7. Stanley Road
8. Broken Stones
9. Out Of The Sinking
10. Pink On White Walls
11. Whirlpool's End
12. Wings Of Speed

Heavy Soul (Island) 1997
1. Heavy Soul (Pt. 1)
2. Peacock Suit
3. Up In Suze's Room
4. Brushed
5. Driving Nowhere
6. I Should Have Been There To Inspire You
7. Heavy Soul (Pt. 2)
8. Friday Street
9. Science
10. Golden Sands
11. As You Lean Into The Light
12. Mermaids

Heliocentric (Island) 2000
1. He's The Keeper
2. Frightened
3. Sweet Pea, My Sweet Pea
4. A Whale's Tale
5. Back In The Fire
6. Dust And rocks
7. There's No Drinking, After You're Dead
8. With Time And Temperance
9. Picking Up Sticks
10. Love-Less

This is a nice set if you want to turn someone into an instant Weller fan.

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