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Want six ways to get better savings rates? While there's some great and weird electronic experimentation by the second CD with songs from Pram, Scala and Add N to X among others the latter's 'Inevitable Fast Access' almost completely derails the idea that there's one true sonic throughline throughout the compilation, and Pram's 'Chrysalis' in its spooky fragility underscores that further there's only the occasional sense that techno, Europop or perhaps above all else hip-hop was a part of anything going on.
Given the enough-is-enough cultural and political explosions of in particular, the consequence of decades and centuries of exclusion, it's useful to remember that this was a scene and a very ill-defined one at that, not the whole thing and never could be. This is something to enjoy in context and with recognition.
But that all said, are there joys to be had? Absolutely - while it's by default uneven, I loved the hell out of this thing. The opening of Powder's 'Afrodisiac,' Linoleum's 'Marquis' and Posh's 'Rough Lover' are all spiky energy and claiming space in the spotlight with irony and pointed targets as necessary, and honestly I don't think I've heard many comps that aren't specifically featuring women throughout take this sequencing approach, instead of a dude-by-default approach.
That Kenickie get a pride of place with the handclap-crazy 'Come Out 2Nite' isn't a surprise, neither is the riff, shoutalong and electronic squelch combo of Shampoo's 'We Don't Care,' but that there's a ton of great songs like the early Bis track 'Keroleen,' Velocette's easy 60s electropop swing on 'Strip Polka' or Mambo Taxi's Album) titled hyperactive charger 'Do You Always Dress Like That in Front of Other People's Girlfriends.
There's a strong argument in Green's liners for, if not sonic unity, then at least the real spark of recombination that results in something distinct and new across all the bands featured. Yet the truth of it is that there's also a lot on here that's simply variations of well-established paths from the then recent past, if slightly redressed or rearranged.
Given the presence of a lot of already-established veterans in new guises throughout, such as Stephen Duffy, Candy Flip or the Soup Dragons' Sean Dickson, not entirely a surprise — and Duffy's 'London Girls' absolutely gets it almost too on the nose with the line about a 'hotshot Britpop poet,' for a start, but Dickson's bit of dreamy low-key beats and singing as the Album) Fidelity hit the nail on the head better by being called 'Sometimes The Kids Are Not Alright.
Perhaps it's more notable that the actual song 'Pimlico' by David Devant And His Spirit Wife is the greater success, a slow sway of arch ridiculousness in the best end-of-the-night singalong way. Indeed, the archer the delivery the more I'm taken by things, I admit. The Weekenders' 'Inelegantly Wasted in Papa's Penthouse Pad in Belgravia' had me from the title alone but thankfully the song itself lived up to it thanks to Paul Tunkin's singing. Sexton Ming and Steady's 'Conker Fight in Wendy's House' has an even more none-more-English raspily voiced tale of said fight and then giving the police as good as they get when they finally show up, all backed by a sweet, strange shuffle of an arrangement.
Sometimes it's all about a moment, and more than one band takes a simple enough trick - starting out a little more calmly and finding a way to build into a sharp chorus, as with Spearmint's 'Goldmine' or just making the song end on a big dramatic note like Chest does with 'Nosebleed' - and makes it work pretty darn well.
Of course, there's songs that are simply pleasant rather than anything else, often bands showing that they certainly knew their roots young and old, with a bit of a galumphing glam stomp or crisp and clipped guitar riffs or tremulous balladry or the like. The more extreme the juxtapositions the more amazing the results - that Earl Brutus could produce a quiet, softly sung electropop number in 'On Me Not In Me' that has a five second or so complete epic rock out section right in the middle just because they could just shows how amazing they were.
It's appropriate that the compilation ends with Rialto, a band that in ways encapsulated a lot of what I've discussed. Louis Eliot had already had one band under his belt with Kinky Machine, aimed for the kind of moody theatricality that any number of other groups were starting to really pursue by the mids following the successes large and small of plenty of other acts and more to follow in their wakeand logically they had their greatest successes over in South Korea rather than anywhere near home.
Yet for me the fondest memory comes via a rarity from my absolute favorite of the bands featured on this collection, from the time they started through to the present. Menswear were the absolute incarnation of the scene as such in some eyes, 'just' another white guy rock band in others, but the sense of style alone did the trick, and the songs matched it.
Hearing a radically different dance mix, murky but involving, of their 'Daydreamer' - done at the time in part by Green himself as a member of the duo Student Union - reminds me that they were the one actual group of the forty featured here I saw at the time, when they toured America opening for the Charlatans in late I couldn't have been the only person in the Los Angeles crowd who was as excited to see them as the headliner, I'm sure, but even if we were outnumbered, it was a treat just TO see them, and get a sense, however secondhand, Album), of whatever was happening over there in the UK, all that distance away.
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Prophet’s ironic drawl is always heartfelt, his lyrics full of foolish, low-rent or moon-grabbing gestures. “When the sun went down they crushed some ice, ordered Chinese to go,” “Willie and Nili” poetically reports of its Metallica-blasting, anti-social young lovers, as star-crossed in this telling as Romeo or Juliet.
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Day is done, gone the sun, From the lake, from the hills, from the sky; All is well, safely rest, God is nigh. Go to sleep, peaceful sleep, May the soldier or sailor, God keep. On the land or the deep, Safe in sleep. Fading light, dims the sight, And a star gems the sky, gleaming .
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