Saint Etienne London Conversations (Advance) 2CD 2008 DV8

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Name:Saint Etienne London Conversations (Advance) 2CD 2008 DV8

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Artist: Saint Etienne
Title: London Conversations
Label: Heavenly
Genre: Electronic
Bitrate: 198kbit av.
Time: 02:27:03
Size: 218.04 mb
Rip Date: 2008-10-09
Str Date: 2008-10-27


1. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 4:32
2. Nothing Can Stop Us 4:22
3. Join Our Club 3:18
4. Avenue 3:50
5. You're In A Bad Way 3:03
6. Hobart Paving 4:50
7. Who Do You Think You Are 3:50
8. Pale Movie 3:46
9. Like A Motorway 3:43
10. Hug My Soul 3:55
11. He's On The Phone 4:09
12. Sylvie 4:02
13. Heart Failed (In The Back Of A Taxi) 3:39
14. Action 3:51
15. A Good Thing 4:02
16. Side Streets 2:57
17. Burnt Out Car 3:41
18. This Is Tomorrow 3:28


1. Kiss And Make Up 5:14
2. Filthy 5:35
3. Spring 3:44
4. People Get Real 4:45
5. Mario's Cafe 4:31
6. Goodnight Jack 4:22
7. The Bad Photographer 4:00
8. Lose That Girl 4:05
9. Lover Plays The Bass 4:16
10. How We Used To Live 8:51
11. Boy Is Crying 3:39
12. Finisterre 3:45
13. Soft Like Me 4:26
14. Shower Scene 4:22
15. Star Above Us 3:26
16. Teenage Winter 5:53
17. I Was Born On Christmas Day 3:11

Release Notes:

It's hard to believe that nearly two decades have passed since
one time Heavenly Social mainstay Bob Stanley started Saint
Etienne with fellow capital based DJ Pete Wiggs. Initially
nothing more than a side-project for their more
dance-orientated pop, Saint Etienne went on to become
something of a household name by making easy-listening 1960s
pop fashionable again, simultaneously adding 'kitsch' to the
list of sub-genres we still see bandied around today.

Somewhat surprisingly, Saint Etienne never actually achieved a
Top Ten single - but even though their commercial success
never quite matched the critical platitudes, their music
continues to attract a whole new generation of followers,
particularly now, in the dance-heavy climate the UK's guitar
underground currently finds itself in.

London Conversations compiles thirty-five of their best known
songs, making it the nearest thing to a Saint Etienne
anthology you're likely to find. Although some may argue that
their presence in the grand scheme of musical development is
hardly worthy of such a hefty collection, it would be fair to
say that the majority of this record stands the test of time
well, the older material even more so than those songs taken
from most recent record Tales From Turnpike House.

Their first two releases, 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' and
'Kiss And Make Up' (both cover versions) still sound as fresh
and invigorating as they did back then without ever falling
into X-Factor pastiche territory, while the glorious post-rave
comedown of 'Nothing Can Stop Us' - ex-model and long-time
cohort Sarah Cracknell's first contribution to Saint Etienne -
and spine tingling kitchen-sink drama of 'Like A Motorway' are
frankly untouchable pieces of avant-garde pop that haven't
been matched by anyone since. Elsewhere, 'Join Our Club' and
'You're In A Bad Way' are prototype Girls Aloud, while 'Who Do
You Think You Are' is mid-nineties London's classier yin to
Pulp's grittier South Yorkshire yang.

All in all, then, London Conversations is a fitting tribute to
one of Britpop's most underrated survivors.

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