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This Is Cinerama

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Kerry Kerry
  2. Love
  3. Au Pair
  4. 7x
  5. Mr. Miss Kiss Bang Bang
  6. Dance, Girl, Dance
  7. Model Spy
  8. Crusoe
  9. Pacific
  10. King's Cross
  11. Manhattan
  12. Film
  13. London
  14. Ears (Valvola Remix)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 17, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: October 17, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spin Art
  • ASIN: B00004Z42I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #462,508 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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30% of this CD is on Va Va Voom, but the other B-Sides and unreleased tracks are a treat for fans and those unfamiliar with Cinerama's majestic sound. This is pop bliss--much as I like the Wedding Present, there is simply a better variety of songs and melodies on Cinerama's (now 3) CDs. And don't buy the reviews that compare Cinerama exclusively with John Barry and Burt Bacharach. At times they're closer to the more sophisticated (but delightful) Squeeze, Costello, songs from the 70s/early 80s, but with Gedge's more earthy vocals. When listening, I also have flashbacks of the Field Mice, early Morrissey, Shane MacGowan's more lush direction--hell I'd even throw in a nod to some of the more British sounding Paul McCartney recordings from the 70s. If you love wonderfully melodic Wedding Present songs such as "Spangle" off of Watusi, remove the subtle but annoying 78 RPM sound and add wonderful pop production techniques--that should get you in Cinerama's ballpark. Terry Hall used to make pop music this perfect...Cinerama's got the hot hand as we turn this new decade.
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This group named after a motion picture process is totally different in sound. Still they can rock with the best of them and every song is a good one. Hopefully they've gone on to make another good album
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By A Customer on December 27, 2000
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if you love brit pop and mod styles, then this is the album for you. the first bands that i thought of when i first heard cinerama was the smiths with a little bit of jarvis cocker-inspired attitude. very poppy! hearing it makes me want to go out to a nice, smokey, dim-lighted club and dance till my heart melts away...
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Once I find something that I enjoy, I tend to stick with it. I still listen to The Wedding Present's Seamonsters and Bizarro on a daily basis. Just last year I finally ordered the two-CD singles and the 95-97 singles. I was shocked to hear the female vocals in the latter, because that just wasn't the view that I had of TWP over the last 10 to 15 years. Well, if you liked the sound of the 95-97 singles, especially the female vocals, you'll love this CD. If you liked where he was taking TWP towards the end, then "This is Cinerama" is the next logical step. Do not expect the TWP sound at all, because its just not there. The only hint of TWP is in the sadness and lonlieness of the lyrics.

If you read the interviews that he gave when starting Cinerama, he specifically said that he wanted to go places where he didn't want to take TWP, and that's why he started this entirely new venture. I've played it over 20 times in the 3 days I've the CD in my possession - that should give you enough of a clue!
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