No Come Down: B-sides & Outtakes - Verve Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Britpop / Artist: Verve / Audio CD released 2005-06-27 at Hut / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 No Come Down 2 Blue (USA Mix) 3 Make It Till Monday (Acoustic) 4 Butterfly (Acoustic) 5 Where The Geese Go 6 6 O’Clock 7 One Way To Go 8 Gravity ... more
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This Is Music: The Singles 92-98 - The VerveBittersweetly Beautiful (216 words)
by schmitt001 - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 4 readings)
that seemed to get the in way of the Rolling Stones, (only to be met with great gusto from the Jagger/Richards corner). In my opinion it was about time t The Verve released this disc. Everything is in its right place. Throughout the years i always liked the Verve and everything they have stood for. However once too many times has there been a release with 2 or 3 pieces of gold bullion, and 8 or 9 pieces of scrap lead thats egressed from your roofs chimney flashings! The Verve were common on the charts within the 90 s. And were no stranger to the god like peaks of success during the Urban Hymns period, and the album sums this up and is almost a tribute to that success ...
Urban Hymns - The VerveClassic, no other word. (415 words)
by Knor - written on 01/09/00, updated on 01/09/00 (Very useful, 79 readings)
This double Brit-awarding album is totally classic. After t The Verve broke up, they got back together in '97 to make Urban Hymns. They dissolved shortly afterwards, and Richard Ashcroft (band-leader, lead vocals, guitar, song-writer) has a solo carraer. The singles from Urban Hymns are Bitter Sweet Symphony (everyone's heard that. You know, the one with the violins!)Lucky Man (another clssssic) and, ofcourse, Now the Drugs Don't work. Contrary to common beleif this is not that depressing an album. Yes some of the songs are pretty sad, the lyrics are not exactly cheery, but some of the tunes are happy, and in some there's a sense of hope (admittedly in ...
Urban Hymns - The VerveGOOD OLD ALBUM (102 words)
by Rach00 - written on 30/08/00, updated on 30/08/00 (Somewhat useful, 37 readings)
‘Urban Hymns’ by t The Verve is an okay old album is definitely one of the gloomy albums I have heard. With tracks such as ‘Sonnet’ and ‘Drugs Don’t Work’ it makes you feel very sad and downhearted by listening to the lyrics. With Richard Ashcrofts grown its fun to listen to on the odd ...
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