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Real devotion came later in their music—for now, just the idea was enthralling enough. When the coda arrives in the music video, the protagonist, without lyrics to guide her actions, starts wreaking havoc in the record store, tearing down posters and knocking over shelves. A better visualization might be starting her own shop. Bandwagonesque is the sound of discovery—of finding your voice and naming your mission.
To this day, its reputation is far worse than the actual music. In the press, Blake came across as bitter and hurt and hilarious, mocking flashier bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Stone Temple Pilotsand pointing toward the comparative integrity of his music. Judged on the strength of its songwriting, and not by its inability to live up to expectations or by its production this new vinyl edition certainly sounds less muddy than the original releasethe album remains an ambitious step forward.
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In both its thematic concerns and its gentle, pastoral tone, Songs From Northern Britain is an embrace of native terrain. Their contentment sounds radiant. They now seemed more willing to put the band on hold to gather new energy from collaborations and side projects.
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