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Forever 22

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Album Review

This first TV21 album in 28 years is surprisingly superb. Edinburgh, Scotland's 1979-1982 post-punk popsters left behind a string of brilliant singles (high point: "Something’s Wrong") and 1981's excellent A Thin Red Line. They shared bills with Undertones, Moondogs, the Jam, and the Skids, and their music was a fulfilling fusion of all four. (Strangely, they also supported the Tattoo You Rolling Stones.) Minus ex-Rezillos Ali Patterson, the three others returned with a new drummer in 2006, brought an Edinburgh house down, decided to stick around, and amazingly. made an album as strong-willed, proud, bold, and big as they had in their halcyon days. They remain a classic guitar band; Norman Rodger and Ally Palmer channel the Skids' Stuart Adamson's majestic chordage like Boy-era the Edge did. It's such a powerful throwback to a fecund era, you'd think these 11 tunes were vintage classics — a notion enhanced by eight bonus track re-recordings of bygone songs (none improved, none ruined), since their old records are long gone. Great return. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '00s, '10s

The new wave band TV21 formed in the late '70s, comprising drummer Colin Maclean, guitarist Ally Palmer, bassist Neil Baldwin, and vocalist/guitarist Norman Rodger. The band took their name from Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson's fanzine. After releasing their first two singles on Powerbeat in early 1980, they recorded a session for John Peel's BBC radio program. Another pair of singles followed for the Demon label in 1981. Maclean split and was replaced by Ali Patterson, a former member of the...
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Forever 22, TV21
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: May 19, 2009

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