- Summary: What could possibly be more relevant in 2003 than an 80s band covering their favorite hits of the 60s, 70s, and 80s? Tracks here include Peter Gabriel's "Solsbury Hill," Buddy Holly's "Everday," and The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star."
- Record Label: Mute
- Genre(s): Rock, Pop, Electronic, Alternative
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Erasure do the Ronettes' "Walking in the Rain" almost as well as Cheryl Ladd, they do Buddy Holly's "Everyday" better than James Taylor, they prove that one man and one man only was meant to sing "Can't Help Falling in Love," and they tart up Peter Gabriel something fierce.
tinehMar 18, 2003What can I say? I just adore it.
anwyunJul 11, 2006Simply Great, the masters of synth-pop did it again!!
FernandaBNov 27, 2003This album is just fantastic, from the first to the last track. Erasure said they wanted to pay tribute to their idols and I can't think This album is just fantastic, from the first to the last track. Erasure said they wanted to pay tribute to their idols and I can't think of a better way of doing it. I gotta say, I listened to the original songs and there's no way I would have ever liked most of them. That of course, before the "erasure-touch"!… Expand
MarkTJan 5, 2004Brilliant interpretations by the duo responsible for keeping synth-pop alive.
RobW.Sep 25, 2007Poor, poor work, unoriginal and terribly dull.
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