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One of the best albums from the late 80s

As the music scene was getting ready for a major shift in the late 80s, there were a few groups that were expressing themselves way ahead of the curve. Nirvana was just thinking about slaying the heavy metal scene pop was giving way to hip-hop. In 1988 The Church made a statement with an etherial tune called, "Under the Milky Way". Simple acoustic guitar and more "spoken" than "sung", this song captured something that music of the time had lost: feeling. The entire album is surprisingly simple, but it's mood can capture you. High points are Destination, Under the Milky Way, and Lost. This collection has stood the test of time very well; still a relevant CD.

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One of my all time favorite albums. There is a bold atmoshpere of melancholy in most of these tracks (especially the first few), expressing grave distance and solitude of mind. Dreamy lyrics and catchy instrumentation, all executed in a very intelligent way. Any fan of the "Milky Way" should consider the rest of this album (similar tracks: 1-5, 7,8).

No bad tracks

The church, specifically this album, has been part of my collection for years, since there inception. This is, as many others have mentioned, a fantastic unique album to own. Unique in that you really can enjoy the whole album 'Under the Milky Way' without scanning through to the next track......they are all great tunes! New Season being my Fav!