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Lighthouse Family: Greatest Hits

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Album Review

This U.K.-only greatest-hits set from Lighthouse Family includes material from each of the duo's three albums. Naturally, "Lifted" and "Ocean Drive" are the highlights here; both cuts were enormous hits in the U.K. and Europe, and their soft contours define Lighthouse Family's layered, mature pop sound. Other highlights include "(I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be) Free/One" (from 2002's Whatever Gets You Through the Day) and single mixes of "Postcard from Heaven" and "Raincloud." [The 2006 U.K.-only bonus tracks version of Lighthouse Family's Greatest Hits features two extra tracks, including a remix of "Lifted" and "End of the Sky."]

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Newcastle, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Northern soul duo who recorded the single "Lifted" in 1995 but had to wait two years for it to become a hit, the Lighthouse Family was formed in Newcastle by vocalist Tunde Baiyewu and programmer/keyboard player Paul Tucker. Both had been born in London, though Baiyewu lived in Nigeria for ten years before returning to attend college in the north, where he met Tucker. The duo began recording, and though Baiyewu had trepidations about his vocal abilities, they recorded the singles "Ocean Drive"...
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