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Like Fine Wine

For those who are true fans of Swing Out Sister, you will not be disappointed with this latest release. This group just gets better and better with time. It will leave you wanting more. What an excellent way to acknowledge their anniversary in music. It is sad that they do not receive the recognition in the Unites States that they so deserve. We need to see them on tour here!!

Listenable, enjoyable

This is a solid SOS release containing reworkings of many of their better-known songs from bygone days. The new arrangements are ver listenable and enjoybale. Personally, I'd have preferred they rework some of their more adventurous material (i.e. tracks from "Filth and Dreams" or "Shapes and Patterns"), but I still find this a very worthwhile additional to my collection.

Love the new arrangements!

I've been a SOS fan since the first album. They just get better with time. I love the reworking of some of their back catalog. These were to have been played live on a tour of the States a few years back. Glad we have a chance to experience them now. Looking forward to the next studio album...and PLEASE TOUR THE UNITED STATES!!


Formed: 1985 in Manchester, Lancashire, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Swing Out Sister's music is unashamedly commercial pop, their impeccable indie credentials (keyboardist Andy Connell and drummer Martin Jackson were formerly of A Certain Ratio and Magazine, and singer Corrine Drewery had no professional experience at all before joining), jazz-tinged arrangements, and knack for clever hooks move them closer to the indie dance territory of St. Etienne or late period Everything But the Girl than to the cookie-cutter dance-pop of Kylie Minogue or Paula Abdul....
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