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Album Review

As commercially successful as 'Til Tuesday's debut album was, the Boston band could have easily slipped into formula and continued making infectious, synth-soaked pop/rock. But instead, Tuesday continued to challenge itself and grow with each album. Everything's Different Now, the group's third and final album, lacks the immediacy of Voices Carry and is even more intimate than Welcome Home, but is every bit as rewarding. An often poignant and moving singer/composer, Aimee Mann leaves no doubt that she's coming from the heart on such introspective and personal gems as "Long Gone (Buddy)," "Why Must I," and "(Believed You Were) Lucky." Comparing something as slick as "No More Crying" to much more organic and understated offerings like "Rip in Heaven" and "J for Jules," it becomes obvious just how much Tuesday evolved in the course of three albums.

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Seriously, one of the best albums ever recorded.

The third album from 80’s band ‘Til Tuesday, Everything’s Different Now, is-without question-one of the greatest heartbreak albums ever produced. It’s a crying shame that it tanked in America, only to gave birth to Aimee Mann’s interesting career as failed label poster child. She is a brilliant wordsmith, and Everything’s Different Now is one of those albums with beautiful pop arrangements that mask the suicide inducing lyrics. Lord knows I was not a fan of ‘Til Tuesday when they hit the big time with “Voices Carry”. I didn’t like the song, Aimee’s look, or the video. I pretty much ignored them, their big hit single, and their first and second albums. Then I stumbled on Everything’s Different Now in the bargain bin at Tracks. I thought it couldn’t be a total waste if I spent a few bucks and hated the disc. Instead I completely fell in love with the interesting arrangements and the heartfelt lyrics. It spoke to me and became the soundtrack of my life. The CD stayed with me like an appendage. One morning I was leaving work during a violent summer thunderstorm and the disc fell from my bag and into the gutter. The disc proceeded to quickly float away in the filthy gutter water but I tossed all my belongings to the ground and chased after it. I rescued it, but only after tripping and falling into the water and tearing my jeans. I was soaked, sore and a little bloody but I saved my CD! I remember sitting on the pavement in the dark, clutching my bloody knee while thunder roared and lightning flashed and the rain pelted me. The CD was that important to me. Years later I still have that CD. The liner notes are still water damaged and crinkly from the night of the summer thunderstorm. The beautiful ballad “J is for Jules” was scratched that night and has never played correctly since. It’s been years since I listened to the album in it’s entirety...I’ve had no real sadness requiring a soundtrack since then, I guess. Today I bought the album and loaded it on my Ipod. It reminds me how amazingly beautiful heartache can be. An astonishingly well written and executed album that will stay with you for years. It has for me.

In my Top 5 of all time...

In my Top 5 best albums of all time. No kidding. It's the one I always return to when I despair the lack of great songwriting in music today. Every song on this album is a heartfelt gem and was an excellent precursor to one of the great solo careers in music, period. Here's a cool story that should make everyone else a MannFann - after her 1st solo album came out, I wrote a letter to her record company (which eventually went bellyup) telling them they should nurture this great artist. Now I had never written a fan letter in my life and haven't since, but this was different. I wanted her record company to know how her fans felt. They passed the note on to her and she sent me back a handwritten "Thank You" postcard. She thought it was so cool that I wrote to them and said she'd put me on her mailing list if she ever got around to having one. She did. Made me a fan for life.

Lost Treasure

If you are a fan of Aimee Mann's solo work, or a fan of the other 'Til Tuesday releases, this one will not dissappoint you. It is very melodic and well above the quality of most other albums out there. If you only go for a few tracks, go for "The Other End (of the telescope)", "Everything's Different Now", "How Can You Give Up", and "Why Must I". This album was mostly forgotten about when it was released. Don't be one of those who missed out on it!


Formed: 1983 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Remembered for their lone hit single "Voices Carry," 'Til Tuesday gradually evolved from a new wave pop band into a vehicle for the songwriting of Aimee Mann. Emerging at the tail end of new wave, 'Til Tuesday's commercial fortunes were helped dramatically by a stylish video for "Voices Carry," which quickly became an MTV favorite. However, the group wasn't able to follow the single with another hit; furthermore, their albums weren't just ignored by the public, they received little media attention...
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