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Customer Reviews

Go Beyond the Hit

"Roll to Me" is a fine song, it's something I remember fondly from the radio years ago and I still enjoy it a great deal. Dig deeper here and have a listen to the incredible "Someone Else Will", a deeply passionate song that struck a note with me and inspired my writing in a powerful way. "Scared to Live" puts things into a different perspective, it asks you to take another look at the way you think and consider that perhaps it's ourselves and not the other. "Long Way Down" is a wonderful second track, it holds the attention and has some great word play, certainly my second favorite track after the closer. I suspect most of these songs are b-sides and that's probably why they're so lovely, what ends up on the cutting room floor sometimes beats what you buy at the shop.

Roll to Me

The title song of this CD is amazing. It combines happy guitar riffs, catchy lyrics, and a nice steady beat. If you like rap, then you have bad taste and won't like it. If you don't like rap, then this is for you!

Roll to Me

i so glad i found this song! i knew it was in the movie Flipper and i couldnt remember the name!! haha i love this song and its deff one of my favorites! i would recommend this as a cool summer song! =]

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

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

Del Amitri's easy blend of Beatlesque pop and country-rock has made them a worldwide road and radio staple since the mid-'80s. Formed in Scotland in 1982 by bassist/vocalist/songwriter Justin Currie and longtime guitarist and collaborator Ian Harvie, the duo released Sense Sickness on a small Glasgow indie label the following year. Through heavy touring and positive word of mouth, the band — which now included drummer Paul Tyagi and guitar player Bryan Tolland — managed to impress the...
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