Home Burns - Orange Can
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  • Summary: Frequently compared to the Beta Band (as well as everyone from Pink Floyd to the Stone Roses), London's Orange Can first gained attention with their pyschedelic 2000 debut, 'Entrance High Rise.'
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    It's a pleasant place to hang out, though it occasionally feels like you're listening to a piece of fake history, a one-for-ourselves indulgence by a big band whose major work you've not heard. [Nov 2001]
  2. Something fresh might help Orange Can retain their strengths as musicians, while developing their own voice and avoiding blandness.
  3. Home Burns lacks the dreamy charm of its predecessor, favouring a more knowing, prog rock ramble. [Nov 2001]
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