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Album Review

The departure of Phil Solem left Danny Wilde in sole control of the Rembrandts, which meant that he had the burden of crafting the follow-up to the group's fluke hit, "I'll Be There for You." Truth be told, writing a number one hit wasn't Wilde's primary concern — especially since he didn't write the hit — and he set out to make another collection of finely crafted pop songs, which is what he's been doing since Great Buildings. To ease the pressure somewhat, he collaborated with former Gin Blossom Jesse Venezuela on "Long Way Back," a jangly treasure that's the record's first single. He also hired Van Dyke Parks to arrange a pair of songs ("Shakespeare's Tragedy," "Summertime"), which are lovely, lilting orchestral pop. The Venezuela and Parks numbers are the centerpieces for Spin This! — the remainder of the album should be familiar to any Wilde fan, since it is his trademark pop-rock. However, song for song, the album may be the best Rembrandts album since the first, even if it doesn't have the same beguiling charm.

Biography

Born: 03 June 1956 in Maine

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Danny Wilde was a founding member of the sadly overlooked The Quick, a now-legendary power pop band which featured future members of the Cruzados, The Three O'Clock, and The Weirdos. Their debut LP, Mondo Deco, made them one of the first L.A. D.I.Y. bands to record for a major label (Mercury), but it proved to be the only such release. The EP Alpha/Beta, recorded in an unsuccessful bid to score a new deal with Elektra, was released through their fan club in 1978, and the band soon called it quits....
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  • 90,00 kr
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 28 April 1998

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