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Gorgeous electronica

A gorgeous album that went under the radar, due to the lack of any upbeat pop or dance tracks. But don't let that put you off; after a few listens, you will be entranced by the chilled out electronic beats. This album is also notable for the epic How We Used To Live, a brilliant combination of three distinct songs that blend together perfectly to form one of Saint Etienne's finest moments.


A lovely album for Sunday mornings. For post club comedown this album soothes away the hangover and provides the much needed solace.

Summer Sundays with Saint Etienne!


Formed: 1988 in Croydon, London, England

Genre: Pop

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

Like most bands founded by former music journalists, Saint Etienne were a highly conceptual group. The trio's concept was to fuse the British pop sounds of '60s London with the club/dance rhythms and productions that defined the post-acid house England of the early '90s. Led by songwriters Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, and fronted by vocalist Sarah Cracknell, the group managed to carry out their concept, and, in the process, Saint Etienne helped make indie dance a viable genre within the U.K. Throughout...
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