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I think it stands up incredibly well, especially considering A) how long it had been since they'd done a full album and B) how little actual time they put into it. It stands proudly alongside the rest of their discography and if it's their final statement, it's a fantastic way to go out.
Drew will have a good answer I imagine Holy cow it's been forever since I've been here...and I've missed it! It's been my understanding that after the misery of the '92 US tour and the failure of their records to do anything here, they probably decided to cut their losses and make it a short tour i...
The ones you mentioned are all good but shockingly for a Paul album, I haven't found Egypt Station to be all that memorable. Maybe I need to really hammer it into my brain and just overload on it, but nothing from it has stuck with me despite repeated listenings (see what I did there? )
- 28 Jan 2019, 17:46
- Forum: Music Is My Radar
- Topic: Suede return with a New album The Blue Hour. September 2018
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I can’t remember where I saw it but I did read an interview with Brett after the Blue Hour was released and he said he sees this as the end of a trilogy following Bloodsports and Night Thoughts. He also stated that they will be trying something different on the next record. Yeah, I saw that, too. I...
It seems like Paul is trying too hard with Egypt Station to be trendy and modern. I wish he'd just be himself because everything from Flaming Pie through NEW showed that he can still be great at it. Egypt Station just isn't very memorable. A few top-shelf tunes on there but the rest of pretty forget...