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Album Review

With the addition of former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, The The attempted their most ambitious album yet with Mind Bomb. Instead of the darkly polished dance-pop stylings of Infected, Mind Bomb opens up the music to reveal a slow, winding textured world of sound that celebrates its rough edges instead of hiding them. It's serious, dance-influenced rock of the highest order. [The Sony reissue offers 24-bit digitally remastered sound.]

Customer Reviews

Matt's Mind

I remember when I first listened to the (cassette tape at the time) Mind Bomb. I was completely "metamorphosized"....a true genius of that decade and in my opinion a hidden gem of talent that shouldn't be ignored. My first purchase from iTunes! I'm so thrilled to have The The back in my music collection!

rain

my brother introduced me to this group years ago….younger brother actually. and the depth of the lyrics and music blew me away. To this day Kingdom of Rain is one of the most haunting songs i can think of.

Biography

Formed: 1979 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The The was the guise of Matt Johnson, a mercurial singer/songwriter whose music ran the gamut from dance-pop to country. Born August 15, 1961, in London, Johnson was raised in the flat above his father's pub, the Two Puddings, a haven for well-known celebrities and criminals; he also became exposed to music at the nightclubs and dancehalls owned by his uncle, where he saw performers like Howlin' Wolf, the Kinks, and Muddy Waters. Johnson formed his first band, Roadstar, when he was 11; at the age...
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