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Album Review

Pale Saint's third album finds them carrying on without Masters, who had previously written the bulk of the group's material. While his absence is noticeable, it's not disastrous. Slow Buildings is an album of competent pop like "Will You Be My Angel" and "Fine Friend" and some experimental instrumentals like "King Fade" and "Henry."

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Ethereal pop band the Pale Saints formed in Leeds, England, in 1987. Ian Masters (bass/vocals), Chris Cooper (drums), and Graeme Naysmith (guitar) were signed by Ivo Watts-Russell to his 4AD label on the strength of their first London appearance. The three-song Barging into the Presence of God was released two years later, receiving praise for its lead track, the melancholy "Sight of You" (which was later covered by Oxford's Ride for a radio session). In 1990, the debut LP The Comforts of Madness...
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