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underrated classic!

I cant believe this album wasn't met with critical acclaim when released 10 years ago. their only album, i wonder whether some writers felt alot of animosity towards the seahorses from day one following squires' split with the roses. But whatever, this album deserves credit in its own right. jam packed with some classic squires guitar work, annoyingly catchy songs presented with a tight rythem section (some of the base lines in this album add to its extremely infectious quality) with helm adding some crisp vocals (and some of the albums better songs i feel). ive given this album 5 stars because it shows a level of musical aptide higher than that of most of the brit/pop indie albums released in the 90's. buy this album, listen to it on face value, and you'll love it.

You Can Talk to Me

Please put the single You Can Talk To Me on iTunes!

Give it a go

This is a 90's hidden classic album, berated because of the guitar bloke out of the stone roses (he split them up so everybody wanted his new stuff to fail.. I think!). Take it at face value and you will love it... Great songs..Great guitar..

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

When John Squire (b. 24 November 1962, Broadheath, Greater Manchester, England; guitar) announced his departure from the Stone Roses in March 1996, inevitable press speculation followed regarding what he would do next. The usually taciturn Squire stated: ‘I’ve always been into the idea of a group... I don’t want to be a solo artist, I want to contribute to a band.’ Still contracted to Geffen Records, Squire chose three unknown musicians to join him in what constituted a fresh start after the friction...
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