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Customer Reviews


This is one of my favourite albums, it is superb. I really recommend you buy it; there isn't a bad track to be seen here!

Looks Uninspiring - Sounds Magic

A truly great album from the lads, self assured, confident, intelligent. Play it over and over, it sounds magic every time. I know the artwork looks uninspiring i.e. picture of a lake, but it's great. Thing is, whenever you have it on, people always ask you "Who's this band??? Sounds really good!"..try it, you won't be disappointed...

The Best.....

Simply the best Charlatans album around. Wakes you up, makes you listen and is a million miles from Manchester. If the baggy or Madchester label puts you off, forget that and give it a listen - there's some real songcraft going on here. It's very telling when diehard Charlatans fans from the past have to ask me who this band is....! Fantastic!


Formed: 1989 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

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

For many years, the Charlatans UK were perceived as the also-rans of Madchester, the group that didn't capture the Zeitgeist like the Stone Roses or the band that failed to match the mad genre-bending of the Happy Mondays. Of course, they were more traditional than either of their peers. Working from a Stonesy foundation, the Charlatans added dance-oriented rhythms and layers of swirling organs straight out of '60s psychedelia. At first, the Charlatans had great promise, and their initial singles...
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