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Some Other Sucker's Parade

Del Amitri

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Album Review

Twisted unexpectedly generated an American Top Ten hit for Del Amitri with "Roll to Me." Not surprisingly, that song provides the touchstone for Some Other Sucker's Parade, the follow-up to Twisted. Like that record, Some Other Sucker's Parade isn't that different from Del Amitri's other records — it's a collection of pleasant, jangly guitar-pop, with nice melodies and gentle hooks. It doesn't offer anything new, but that's not bad, because the group's music is appealing as it is. Some Other Sucker's Parade won't win Del Amitri any new fans, but to longtime followers, it's a welcome addition to their library.

Customer Reviews

One of the best rock LPs of the 90s that nobody heard

Fave rock/ pop song of all time "Not Where It's At" and set closer "Make It Always Be Too Late" make this one of the most enduring rock LPs in my collection. Still listening to it on a regular basis since 1997. Del Amitri played an outstanding set at The Fillmore in San Francisco promoting this album.

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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