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The State We're In
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Label: Rock Treasures
Catalog Number: KTCD010
Tyla guitar, lead vocals|
Dave Kusworth guitars, vocals
Karl Watson bass
Paul Hornby drums
Long-lost debut album. Originally recorded in 1984, finally released on CD in 2003.
|1. ||Wired and Wide Awake |
|2. ||Don't Ask Me to Say I Love You |
|3. ||Unconscious Boy |
|4. ||Girl in Black |
|5. ||Heroine |
|6. ||All About You |
|7. ||Dole Hero |
|8. ||Can't Get You Out of My Head |
|9. ||How Do You Fall in Love Again? |
|10. ||The State I'm In |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: April 3, 2005 at 3:42|
|One for the collectors only, poorly produced Finnish release before they got a proper deal. A couple of tracks made it onto later releases but after a lot of work. Even Tyla says don't buy it. Look for Straight or Dynamite Jet Saloon as a better introduction.
||Date: May 30, 2005 at 6:35|
|All the same I like this album. Saw a video of How Do You Fall In Love Again - looks funny and so naive.
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: August 14, 2005 at 21:43|
|A great low-budget record fueled with energy and passion. The reissue however sounds absolutely terrible... you're actually far better off tracking down the keyboard-laden vinyl original (or at least a CDR bootleg of it) since the sound quality is so much better (even if it does include those godawful keyboards). The remaster has such raw production that it just takes away a lot of beauty of the songs, though it's for the die-hard fan it's worth getting for the videos. 8/10
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