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Reach the Beach

The Fixx

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Album Review

Reach the Beach is a significant step forward from the Fixx's debut album, Shuttered Room, simply because the band can now craft immediately accessible, incessantly catchy pop/rock melodies. "One Thing Leads to Another" has a big, ringing guitar hook hammered home by the dance beat, while "Saved by Zero" and "The Sign of Fire" are cool, robotic slices of synth pop. Although the rest of the album isn't quite as catchy as those three hits, Reach the Beach remains a pleasant collection of immaculately produced and stylishly danceable new wave.

Customer Reviews

Partial Album... Thanks iTunes

I've owned the Vinyl version of this album since it was first released in 1983. yes,... i wore out the record... and was looking to dl a copy from here. In My opinion they left out one of the very best songs on the entire album. Right after One Thing Leads to Another, On the vinyl version, is Stand Or Fall. It has been omitted from both the origanl and remastered cd virsons of the album on here. And I have also listened to all of the seperate listings of it on here. not one sounds the same as whats on the album..... they missed big time on this one.

One of New Wave's best bands

This album is fun, to bad the Fixx didn't reach there true potential (they could have been great).

Partial Albums

Hey ituns , what's up with these patial albums. Either sell the the whole album or don't sell it at all.

Biography

Formed: 1980

Genre: Rock

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

A London-based new wave group that managed to sustain a successful career in America for several years in the mid-'80s, the Fixx always flirted with the mainstream with their catchy, keyboard-driven pop. Formed by college friends vocalist/keyboardist Cy Curnin and drummer Adam Woods in the early '80s, the pair advertised in the music press for additional members; the remaining members of the group — guitarist Jamie West-Oram, keyboardist Rupert Greenall, and bassist Charlie Barret — all...
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