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Album Review

Although Postcards from Heaven, the second album from the Lighthouse Family, lacks any single as effortlessly graceful as its predcessors' "Lifted" or "Ocean Drive," it's a stronger record, demonstrating that the group has a talented for well-crafted, complex pop. It's a subtle, seductive record, where the details are nearly as important as the charming melodies. This time around, the songs reveal their pleasures with repeated listens, even though the music remains appealling and accessible. The difference is that the album doens't have the immediate pleasures of "Lifted" — it has pleasures that take a little more time to assimilate but in the end, they are ultimately more rewarding.

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Newcastle, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Northern soul duo who recorded the single "Lifted" in 1995 but had to wait two years for it to become a hit, the Lighthouse Family was formed in Newcastle by vocalist Tunde Baiyewu and programmer/keyboard player Paul Tucker. Both had been born in London, though Baiyewu lived in Nigeria for ten years before returning to attend college in the north, where he met Tucker. The duo began recording, and though Baiyewu had trepidations about his vocal abilities, they recorded the singles "Ocean Drive"...
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