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The Last Match

The Last Match

June 20, 2000
4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Alright kids, I have a confession to make. I'm addicted to The Aislers Set's Last Match. I simply cannot stop listening to it, and i first bought it about 7 months ago. If you have even half an ear for melody, you'll fall in love with this flawless record. Trust me.
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By A Customer on October 18, 2000
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Without having to sound like a broken record, this is just a terrific album. From start to finish, this is a wonderful release by the talented San Francisco indie-pop group. Songs like "The Way to the Market Station," "Last Match," and "The Walk" are chock full of melodies that seem to have come from somewhere you've been before but can't quite place it. Our favorite, "The Red Door," is a bouncy number recalling Linton's earlier songwriting style in Henry's Dress or even their pop predecessors The Field Mice. This is one of the finer albums released this year.
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By A Customer on May 28, 2001
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Excellent songwriting, production values, and musicianship. I have to say that the drumming really stands out. Yoshi Nakamoto just bangs the drum like no other. Even though his work has been consistent throughout his career (Drunk With Buddah, Nuckle Brothers, Scenic Vermont, Poastal), this has been his biggest achievement. Yoshi forever.
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Amy Linton has returned back with The Aisler's Set to make a more complete and smoother album than their debut 1998 LP "Terrible Things Happen" which was like digging for gold. The first few listens leave you weary but when it finally grows on you it shines bright.
"The Last Match" however is more enjoyable the first listen and features past favorites like "Been Hiding". If you consider yourself a music fan you'll have to buy this one.
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