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so moving

My only itunes review is of this album, because it is my favourite. After 20 years, still no week goes by without listening to it. Truly great songs are great because of a few notes, and changes, that evoke feelings and make one want to return. So many tracks on this album achieve this. But it is so much more. Rather than an album filled with tracks about love, or loss, and the usual topics, this covers issues like child abuse (What's the matter here), Jack Kerouac's life, being unable to read (cherry tree), family going to war (gun shy), alcoholism (don't talk), and so on. Sounds depressing, but it isn't. These songs really are magical- it is my desert island album

Take this album on a journey

This album should be listened to for the first time when on a big adventure somewhere. Great songs and great lyrics that deserve a bunch of great memories. Was asked in an interview once what my 3 favourite albums were. This was one of them.

Possibly the most underrated album of all time

When i read music magazines and they periodically publish their 50 greatest albums of all time , i am always astonished that this unheralded masterpiece is'nt ever included. For me i regarded it as one of my favourite albums of all time back in 1988 when i first heard it and 21 years on my love for it hasn't diminished one little bit .The album is one beautifully crafted song after another , there are no weak moments whatsoever on it! it is just one exceptional song following another but if i had to name my three highlights on this tremendously socially aware piece of work , i'd have to name 'Don't Talk' with it's brilliantly extended and melodic guitar ending ,'The Painted Desert'giving Natalie Merchant the perfect opportunity to show off her fabulous vocals , and the gorgeous 'Verdi Cries' providing the icing on a very enjoyable musical cake indeed.


Genre: Rock

An acclaimed, multi-platinum selling American alternative rock outfit whose agreeable blend of jangle pop and folk-rock helped to define college rock scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s, 10,000 Maniacs (named after the low-budget horror movie 2,000 Maniacs) were formed in Jamestown, New York, in 1981 by singer Natalie Merchant and guitarist John Lombardo. Other members of the sextet were Robert Buck (guitar), Steven Gustafson (bass), Dennis Drew (keyboards), and Jerry Augustyniak (drums). The...
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