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Can't wait for this new album to come out for sale... One of the great bands from the UK...!


come to NY to support!!

Good progression

I read a review saying this isn’t the “anthem album” of past Embrace. There is some truth to that, but not in a bad way. This album is still very Embrace, but with it’s own personality. It’s a great step for the band. Not all their albums sound the same, and thank goodness they’re creative enough to have some variety. That variety is within the bounds, though, that give Embrace their great sound. There are some great songs here. Embrace fans should be happy with their evolution toward this album.


Formed: 1990 in Bailiff Bridge, West Yorkshire, E

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Following in the footsteps of Oasis and the Verve, Embrace became a minor pop sensation in post-Brit-pop Britain in the late '90s. Like Oasis, the group has a knack for big, anthemic hooks, yet they turn these catchy numbers into sweeping, sprawling, lugubrious rockers, much like the Verve. This synthesis earned the group an equal number of critics and detractors, but they were able to cultivate a strong fan base in England with their first singles in 1997, and their 1998 debut album, The Good Will...
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