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Not there best . But.

This is not there best song from the album. But i did really like the other 2 songs on here. So it's well worth getting.

B-Sides Make This

They didnt take many risks on this album (well apart from the England song, which probably did more harm than good). I Can't Come Down is a typical slushy Embrace ballad, it's good, not their best. But Contender and especially the very polished Heart & Soul should give fans hope that they can come back re-energised after their break. Let's hope this time that they don't try to take the easy bets re single releases and let's see some risk taking showing them off at their brilliant best.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in Bailiff Bridge, West Yorkshire, E

Genre: Rock

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

Following in the footsteps of Oasis and the Verve, Embrace became a minor pop sensation in post-Brit-pop Britain in the late '90s. Like Oasis, the group has a knack for big, anthemic hooks, yet they turn these catchy numbers into sweeping, sprawling, lugubrious rockers, much like the Verve. This synthesis earned the group an equal number of critics and detractors, but they were able...
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I Can't Come Down - EP, Embrace
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  • £1.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 03 December 2006

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