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Album Review

Featuring gentle, folk-based guitars and pop melodies, the Sundays' second album isn't much of a sonic departure from their first album. While it does have several fine numbers, it doesn't have as many outstanding songs as Reading, Writing and Arithmetic; nevertheless, Blind will please most fans of the group.

Customer Reviews

Excellent album, no filler!!

I heard about this album in 1992 when it was advertised on MTV (remember when they played music?) It caught me and even though i was on a strict college student budget, i bought the album and listened to solely for about 2 days straight. Even 14 years later, it's a great album. Highly recommended.

The Sundays are amazing!

I first heard Wild Horses in the movie Fear, and I fell in love! I can't just point out certain songs (besides Wild Horses) because every single song on this CD is amazing! I recommend checking out all of The Sunday's CDs (especially Static & Silence) because they are all exceptional!

One of the great albums never/rarely heard

I remember Wild Horses being one of the lead singles which I think was a big mistake. It was very misleading as to how great their originals were by starting off with a cover which is "sweet" sounding at best. This album song for song is The Sundays strongest and absolutely tremendous! Please purchase this album, you will not be disappointed! If you must only purchase a few tracks, I strongly recommend I Feel, What Do You Think, God Made Me and Goodbye. Really, you want to get the whole album!

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Bristol, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Building on the jangly guitar pop of the Smiths and the trance-like dream pop of bands like the Cocteau Twins, the Sundays cultivated a dedicated following in indie rock circles, both in their native England and in America, in the early '90s. Although the sales of their first two albums were strong, the...
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