Between 10th & 11th Import
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Essential Tracks - Subtitle, Wierdo, (No One)Not Even The Rain, Page One
Downside - The single only track "Over Rising" would have been a welcome addition to this record.
The sound is much thicker and textured, perhaps more so than any other Charlatans album. It's fantastic, though, with Rob Collins' keyboards and Tim Burgess' hushed vocals really at the fore. The best songs on here (honestly,they're all great) are I Don't Want to See the Sights, Ignition, Tremelo Song, Can't Even Be Bothered, Weirdo, and Chewing Gum Weekend, but like I said, they're all awesome. And the segues between some songs is very effective and like a punch in the chest at times.
While I wouldn't get this album if I were starting to get into the Charlatans (for that you should get the self-titled, Tellin' Stories, and Up to Our Hips), this is essential for any fans of this great band!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My wife has had this CD in her vast collection. I've heard of these guys from 'back in the day', but just never got around to listening. Until now. WOW, what a great release! Read morePublished 17 months ago by CQ DX
One of the most accomplished UK groups of the '90s, and my personal favourite of that period. Some Friendly was a real accomplishment, but I think this release pips it to the post. Read morePublished on October 28, 2013 by Peter Jackson
I'm not fundamentally a rock or pop fan (been there and done that in the 60s) but this album really grabbed me. It gets heavy rotation in my car CD player. Read morePublished on December 18, 2010 by AGM
I have been listening to this album for over ten years now, and find it one of the finest examples of what others call "BritPop", especially the Hammond Organ-driven Manchester... Read morePublished on June 23, 2008 by GMD
While I don't love it quite as much as the Charlatan's debut, "Some Friendly," I would say that "Between 10th and 11th" is my second favorite Charlatans album, and believe it to be... Read morePublished on February 5, 2006 by trainreader
but the production is muddy. Very Britpop sounding, excellent vocals and a very listenable album. If this was remastered then the real talent of these musicians would shine... Read morePublished on November 29, 2002 by rockin'@50+
Over the past seven or eight years, I don't think a single CD in my collection has gotten as much play as this one. Read morePublished on January 11, 2002 by z
With anticipation I eagerly awaited this sophomore release from the Charlatans hoping they would prove to be unique and set themselves apart from all the other British bands who... Read morePublished on September 17, 2000 by EriKa
The Charlatans themselves seem to slag off this album, complaining that the production weakened it. They should listen to the album again, screw the production, it's the tunes... Read morePublished on July 21, 2000 by David Moss