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Album Review

A few songs aside, the Charlatans generally regard this release as their least successful album, considering it was recorded at a personal and professional crossroads (Baker's departure, Rob Collins' conviction, and so forth). Criticism within and without settled on Flood's production style as well, his crisp, technically sharp abilities seem to go against the band's natural flow. In hindsight, though, Between is much stronger than its reputation, with many fans proclaiming it their favorite. It's partly due to Burgess' more up-front vocals — his singing is still some of the calmest one will ever hear at the front of such a band, but his performance maintains Some Friendly's loose flow while sounding more compelling. Similarly, Blunt's bass sounds stronger and Rob Collins' keyboards stand out more, either shading or leading the songs perfectly. "Weirdo," the album's lead single and strongest point, has a brilliant lead organ break from Collins and series of great funk stabs that became his strongest performance ever. Equally fine is the electric piano start to "Tremolo Song," leading to a deep Blunt bass and sassy flow of a song. Brookes and Mark Collins also fill out their parts equally well, with Flood's production strengthening and creating excellent arrangements for everyone as a whole. His numerous touches are really something, from the sudden shift to buried/flanged production on "Ignition" to "Subtitle"'s atmospheric mixing and burbling bass. Other highlights include the string-laden charge of "Can't Even Be Bothered" and the concluding "No One (Not Even the Rain)."

Customer Reviews

Baggy Pants and Bowl cuts

This album must go down as one of The Charlatans best, its a reflection of the times in the early 90s but dont let that put you off, its still as hip and meaning full as it ever was. I am sure if you purchase this album you definetly will not be dissapointed, put your money to good use, youve slaved for it. This album is solid from start to finish and it has some real stand out tracks: Chewing Gum Weekend, Weirdo and Cant even be botherd to name just three. When you listen to this album a real energy and enthusiasom will be transported through to you.

Nothing like it anymore

From chewing Gum weekend... to the haunting weirdo this has hits allover it... still delivering a mysterious undertone that makes you feel cool just listening to it. Kaiser Chiefs go home and sleep until you get near this masterpiece...

Hidden Gem

I bought this album when it came out in 1992 and it still does it for me!! With most bands, especially generic populist claptrap, the feeling goes out the door as soon as a fresh face turns up. Not with this album. Absolutely the best album the Charletans have ever done. Try listening to it in your headphones late at night....things will never be the same again.

Biography

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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