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A class act that was too short lived

Bought this album when first released but it got nicked from my car!-Downloaded it recently,and it sounds just as good if not better than ever!They were a class act,and did not get the recognition their talents deserved.All tracks are pure quality,but best one saved till last-Home and Dry,the moody sax adding to the superb vocals to produce a track of oustanding beauty.

Not dated - just outstanding

I originally bought this album on the strength of the cover version of California Dreamin', but the album has a wealth of gems within it. Highlights have to be 'Carry The Blame', about the aftermath of abortion, 'Thirsty', with its perfect vocal, and the hauntingly beautiful 'Home And Dry', which has to be up there with Air's "All I Need", or Martine Girault's "Revival" as one of the best ever 'chill-out' tracks. It really is that good. This album might be 20 years old, but its as fresh as anything you'll hear today.

Fell through the cracks

Sadly this group fell through the cracks...it's a pity, as they were very very good.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Atmospheric folk-rock quartet River City People was formed in Liverpool, England in 1986 by vocalist Siobhan Maher, guitarist Tim Speed, his drummer brother Paul, and bassist Dave Snell. After building a loyal local following, the group recorded a demo tape which resulted in an invitation to appear on Channel 4's The Chart Show; soon after River City People signed to EMI, issuing their debut single "(What's Wrong With) Dreaming?" in mid-1989. The album Say Something Good followed a few months later,...
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