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Orchestration is too sparse and thin.

Previous Rockabye Baby! albums were layered and full-sounding, but recently they have defaulted to a single thin rendition of only each song's vocal track with the occasional frog croak thrown in. This creates really sparse (and not in a good way) very thin-sounding renditions of classics that would be wonderful if simply done with the same love an attention that they gave to their U2 renditions years ago. It's just really odd why they have shifted their approach. It's almost like having each song interpreted by a text O.C.R. software program. There is just too much lost in the translation. They should go back to creating fuller, more sweeping and layered orchestrations rather than the paltry-sounding interpretations they now put out as a matter of course. And for $1.29 per track they really should put in a little more effort. As for this Smiths compilation where is "Oscillate Wildly?" That would have been the perfect song. C'mon guys.

This is shmellgh…

It takes the two very best things about my lovely Smiths away: Johnny's Marr's amazing guitar, and Morrissey's lyrics. (At least the lyrics won't depress the baby, though!)


So so

Lullaby Renditions of the Smiths, Rockabye Baby!
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