Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by seany, Mar 4, 2004.
Not had a chance to buy it yet, anyone had a listen?
was gonna ask the same question
listened to it once but i must say not as good as 1st album which i loved but not bad ..will report back after more listens
It does grow on you the more you listen with the vocal tracks sticking in your mind for the rest of the day - I agree it perhaps is not as strong as the 1st album but worthy of repeated listening
well recorded which is nice
Well i love it. A few plays now and its just what you expect from them. Sia Furler Sophie Barker have the voices of angels, and the new vocalists Tina Dico, is perfectly suited to this fine outfit.
Check 07 another late night.....thats a i fine album made from the tracks they like to chill to
I've oredered it...should be in the house by the time I get home on friday, but I heard their single on the radio and i was impressed with that...
After the recommendations, I bought this yesterday. Then I noticed it had 'copy protection', so I wouldn't be able to stick it on my iPod. So I took it straight back, and got my money back.
I've since been able to download it! Honestly, what a waste of time: the copy protection has done them out of my money!
I've heard the us version is not CP. could be wrong..i'm going to see them this friday
Cant you use Exact Audio Copy to get the tracks of?
No idea: I've taken the disc back! Obviously someone's managed to rip it, or I wouldn't have been able to download it...
yeah, got the cd now - it#s good, not amazing, but i expect it'll grow on me...
I haven't heard their first album but i like this one, i got it after my local Sevenoaks had it playing on Saturday afternoon.
The first Album (simple things) is the best of the two in my opinion, but when it falls is still a beautiful album.
rhoamish, a bit late to this topic, but I managed to rip the UK version of the album (with the supposed copy protection) in iTunes with no problem at all. When I put the CD in the PC it said it wanted to update files on my PC so it could be played. I just clicked on "No", and then iTunes just recognised the CD and ripped it. Did you try it, or just take it back out of principal?
Thumbs up from me as well
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