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Oh No I Love You

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01
White
3:31  
02
The Doors Of Then
3:14  
03
A Case For Vinyl
6:35  
04
The Graduate
3:20  
05
Hours
3:54  
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Tobacco Fields
5:34  
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Anytime Minutes
3:50  
08
The Great Outdoors Bitches
3:10  
09
The Economy
4:45  
10
A Gain
6:18  
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 44:11

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Andrew Perry

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10.01.12
An intriguing collision of country music and Tim Burgess's more esoteric interests
2012 | Label: O Genesis / Republic Of Music

Madchester contender, Britpop pin-up, reformed coke addict, Transcendental Meditater, bestselling autobiographer – Tim Burgess has ticked many boxes on the rock superstar checklist in his two decades with The Charlatans. A solo career, initiated with 2003′s I Believe, however, seemed to have stalled right there, as his energies were consumed by the Charlies, who enjoyed an unforeseen purple patch through the Noughties.

After the break-up of the marriage that took him to California – he now… read more »

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Truly classy and enjoyable

ijkidd

I listened to this with very low expectations on Spotify when reading his autobiography "Tellin' Stories", as the last 4 Charlatans albums were uninspiring, but this is something entirely different. Made with Kurt Wagner and Lambchop his voice is better than ever and given the space and textures to really shine. It veers between the catchy romps of "White" "The Doors of Then" and "The Graduate" to the minimal and moving (even though its about a record collection) "Case for Records" and "Tobacco Fields", and it never wanes, so long as you don't mind the relative quiet compared to his bands work! Despite no-one seeming to know about it this has quickly got to the upper reaches of my 2012 lists and bares repeat listening. This might be the first time i've felt to submit a review on emusic, it's that good.