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Life The Cardigans
THE CARDIGANS Life (1995 UK 13 - track CD album includes the sing ...
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by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
From the opening chords with the eccentric organ music this is pop at its most luxuriously beautiful. Like the bastard child of Saint Etienne and Jacques Brel, the Cardigans released their second album in 1995 and it was reasonably successful. It was huge in Japan but when you listen to the rhythmic beats, the kitsch sounds and the delicate voice of frontwoman Nina Perrson you'll appreciate why. This is one of my all time favourite albums, its not going to motivate you to fight for the love of a good woman/man/goat(apologies I've been watching a lot of Bill Hicks recently) or depress you to the point of melancholically (Don't know if that's a word, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/03, updated on 15/06/03 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Having an international cross-over hit from a film that outsells everything you've previously done put together has its downsides, namely everybody forgetting instantly any previous work. Whilst 'Lovefool' has proved to be something of a millstone around the necks of the Cardigans for their subsequent careers, the band have produced some exceptional and underrated pop albums which show a greater depth than the catchy 20-second chorus they have become renowned for. The enigmatic Nina Persson is the band's frontwoman, and like Shirley Manson in Garbage or Gwen Stefani in No Doubt, she is probably the only member of the band with a public profile. ... Read the complete review
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