Here Come The Tears - The Tears Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Britpop / Artist: The Tears / Audio CD released 2005-06-06 at Independiente / Disc #1 ... more
Here Come The Tears - The Tears ... Tracklisting
5 The Ghost Of You
6 Two Creatures
8 Fallen Idol
9 Brave New Century
10 Beautiful Pain
11 The Asylum
12 Apollo 13
13 A Love As Strong As Death
Newest Review: ... The answer is yes. It doesn't have the rush, vivacity and spark of the early Suede material but at its best Here Come the ... more
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by - written on 19/09/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Here Come the Tears is the debut (and it appears last) album by The Tears and was released in 2005. The Tears are Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler of Suede fame and this album of majestic glitter dusted peaks sadly seems like it might be the last time they ever work together. The history of The Tears is certainly interesting and knotty. Around 1994, Suede were the best and most hyped group in Britain and putting the finishing touches to their much awaited second album Dog Man Star. But a rift had opened up between them and their brilliant but temperamental and sensitive guitarist Bernard Butler. One day, Butler picked up his guitars in the recording studio and walked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/08, updated on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 275 readings)
For those of you who don't know, the main men behind The Tears are Bernard Butler and Brett Anderson, the same guys from Suede. Here Come The Tears is far better than the last Suede album, A New Morning. The opening track, Refugees, sounds stunning and reminds you how great these two are when they work together. This album has more than just a couple of good singles though. Most of the tracks are enjoyable. Brett Anderson's voice sounds brilliant and the jingly-jangly, wailing, strumming guitars fit perfectly. Imperfection is a sweet love song with Anderson's trademark romantic/trashy lyrics. The Ghost Of You is genuinely ... Read the complete review
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