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Name:Fine Young Cannibals The Raw & The Cooked (Bonus Tracks) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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 01.- Fine Young Cannibals - She drives me crazy.flac

23.66 MB

 02.- Fine Young Cannibals - Good Thing.flac

22.31 MB

 03.- Fine Young Cannibals - I´m not the man i used to be.flac

26.43 MB

 04.- Fine Young Cannibals - I´m not satisfied.flac

27.38 MB

 05.- Fine Young Cannibals - Tell me what.flac

17.54 MB

 06.- Fine Young Cannibals - Don´t look back.flac

25.03 MB

 07.- Fine Young Cannibals - It´s ok (it´s alright).flac

24.42 MB

 08.- Fine Young Cannibals - Don´t let it get you down.flac

23.67 MB

 09.- Fine Young Cannibals - As hard as it is.flac

19.07 MB

 10.- Fine Young Cannibals - ever fallen in love.flac

26.86 MB

 11.- Fine Young Cannibals - She drives me crazy (monie love remix).flac

36.59 MB

 12.- Fine Young Cannibals - Good thing (nothing like the single mix).flac

28.33 MB

 13.- Fine Young Cannibals - Pull the sucker off.flac

24.07 MB

 14.- Fine Young Cannibals - Johnny come home.flac

31.83 MB

 15.- Fine Young Cannibals - Suspicious Minds.flac

25.77 MB

 16.- Fine Young Cannibals - Wade in the water.flac

17.11 MB

 17.- Fine Young Cannibals - Motherless child.flac

14.92 MB

 18.- Fine Young Cannibals - Couldn´t care more.flac

21.20 MB

 19.- Fine Young Cannibals - Funny how love is.flac

18.19 MB

 Fine Young Cannibals - The Raw & the Cooked (Limited Edition).log

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 Fine Young Cannibals - The Raw & the Cooked (Limited Edition).m3u

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 The Raw & the Cooked (Limited Edition).txt

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Fine Young Cannibals - The Raw & The Cooked (Limited Edition)

01. She drives me crazy [0:03:39.10]
02. Good Thing [0:03:24.30]
03. I´m not the man i used to be [0:04:21.07]
04. I´m not satisfied [0:03:51.00]
05. Tell me what [0:02:49.13]
06. Don´t look back [0:03:39.50]
07. It´s ok (it´s alright) [0:03:32.32]
08. Don´t let it get you down [0:03:23.45]
09. As hard as it is [0:03:14.03]
10. ever fallen in love [0:03:55.22]
11. She drives me crazy (monie love remix) [0:05:54.30]
12. Good thing (nothing like the single mix) [0:04:38.50]
13. Pull the sucker off [0:03:35.20]
14. Johnny come home [0:05:44.25]
15. Suspicious Minds [0:03:57.05]
16. Wade in the water [0:02:56.20]
17. Motherless child [0:02:37.28]
18. Couldn´t care more [0:03:30.02]
19. Funny how love is [0:03:29.23]


Review by Jo-Ann Greene

One of the most exciting albums released during a decade of artifice and
extravagance, in a mere ten songs and 35 minutes the Fine Young Cannibals
created a masterpiece. Admittedly the trio had some help — backing singers,
guest musicians (including former Squeeze pianoman Jools Holland and Talking
Head's Jerry Harrison) — but that doesn't take away the band's own
accomplishment. Remaining true to the FYC's vision of tying past and present
musical styles together into artful new pop packages, The Raw & the Cooked
features a shopping list of genres. Mod, funk, Motown, British beat, R&B, punk,
rock, and even disco are embedded within the songs, while the rhythms, many
synthetically created, are equally diverse. In less delicate hands this would be
nothing more than an everything including the kitchen sink motley mess, but FYC
manage this mix with subtly and elan. Two-thirds of the record were released as
U.K. singles, all were hits, and each one proudly boasted a distinctly different
blend of styles. "Good Thing," for example, was the trio's tribute to the
legendary all-night Northern soul parties of the '60s, but is much more than a
mere meld of mod and Motown. It's actually built round a slinky R&B riff, fueled
by a boogie-woogie piano, and slammed home with a cracking beat. "I'm Not the
Man I Used to Be" is a torrid torch song, but fired by a futuristic jungle beat
and an almost housey production. Then, of course, there's "She Drives Me Crazy,"
which features the most unique, and instantly identifiable, beat/riff
combination of the decade. Even the four tracks that didn't make the singles cut
could have, if MCA had the audacity to keep releasing them. "Tell Me What"
perfectly re-creates the Tamla sound, with only the synth giving it a modern
touch, but on the rest FYC delve deeper into funk, disco, soul, and lovingly
coax them into the modern era. Every one of Raw's tracks simmers with
creativity, as the hooks, sharp melodies, and irrepressible beats are caressed
by nuanced arrangements and sparkling production. Never has music's past,
present, and future been more exceptionally combined.



Song Review by Ed Hogan

Former Beat members, guitarist Andy Cox and bassist David Steele formed Fine
Young Cannibals with singer Roland Gift in 1985, signing with I.R.S. Records,
which was distributed through MCA. One of the U.K. act's first recordings to get
attention was their cover of the Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen in Love" from the
Something Wild soundtrack. Their second album, The Raw & the Cooked, proved the
charm. Minneapolis engineer/producer David Z.'s credits include work with Prince
(his record deal-getting demo), Buddy Guy, Billy Idol, Johnny Lang, and Sheila
E. Fine Young Cannibals wanted Prince to produce them, but were told that he
doesn't hire out his services. They were recommended to frequent Prince
collaborator David Z. One of the group's songs, "She's My Baby," written by
Steele and Gift, got the producer's attention and he suggested that they do some
rewriting of the lyrics. Ironically, the group wanted to discard the song.
Recorded at Prince's Paisley Park recording studio, Fine Young Cannibals' "She
Drives Me Crazy" went gold, hitting number one pop and mid-charting R&B in
spring 1989. The track's unique snare drum sound has been heavily sampled, heard
on numerous recordings and a popular Pepsi TV commercial. The Raw & the Cooked
sold over two million copies and included another number one pop hit "Good



Song Review by Dave Thompson

Following hard on the heels of the trio's smash "She Drives Me Crazy", "Good
Thing" proved true to its title, insuring that the Fine Young Cannibals were no
longer consigned to the alterno-bin, but had now cooked their way straight up
the charts and into the mainstream.

Pulled in May, 1989, from the band's sophomore album The Raw & the Cooked, which
sizzled into the shops a couple of months previous, "Good Thing" was arguably
the apotheosis of the Cannibals's hybrid sound. Co-written by David Steele and
Roland Gift, the song is littered with Sixties musical references - the flurried
guitar strum that opens the song, the prominent piano riff, the keyboard solo in
early rock'n'roll style, the surfy guitar, the doo-wop harmonies, and faux
handclaps all reek of an earlier era, with only the slamming beats of the drum
machine to drag the song into the modern world and onto contemporary

Roland Gift lovingly recreates the soulful styling of the Motown of yore, then
shifts into the more impassioned fashion of Stax. It's a fabulous performance, a
phenomenal song, and the trio were duly rewarded with their second American
chart topper, and their fifth British Top Tenner.



Song Review by Dave Thompson

A single that sent ageing punk fans screaming for cover, but a younger
generation diving for copies, nothing else that the Fine Young Cannibals ever
recorded stirred up such a tempest in a teapot as this single.

Composer Pete Shelley’s Buzzcocks unleashed "Ever Fallen in Love" back in 1979,
a storming song stuffed with blinding riffs, thrashing beats, and a melody
spread-eagled between melancholy and delirium, pop-punk at its most ferocious.
So what did the Fine Young Cannibals want with it? Well the melancholy melody is
infectious, and there was plenty of torment to be found in the lyrics for Roland
Gift to wrap his soulful vocals around.

Slowing the tempo, the drum machine pounds away, the bass line gets down with
the funk, the keyboards linger over the melody, while Andy Cox resurrects the
dizzying effervescence of the Buzzcocks own guitar sound with added jangle. With
its dancehall friendly sheen, funky flavor, and Gift's sensational vocal
performance, "Ever Fallen In Love" tripped its way up the UK chart, landing at
#9 in March, 1987, three places higher than the original. No wonder punk fans
were so enraged.


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Fine Young Cannibals / The Raw & the Cooked (Limited Edition)

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