- Summary: The "Madchester" scene is long over, but the Charlatans [U.K.] are still making music, following 1999's well-reviewed 'Us And Us Only' with this, their seventh album, which sees the band take a more playful, soulful approach.
- Record Label: MCA
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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Positive: 5 out of 5
Mixed: 0 out of 5
Negative: 0 out of 5
MESep 9, 2001Their best yet! Brilliant stuff.
Millard.Jul 29, 2002The Charlatans find new focus and execute brilliantly on this album.
jussyjoeDec 2, 2001'kin brilliant ,the guy who called it a mess needs his ears checked.
TranchecosteGregoryOct 20, 2001So great,so sexy,so black...
AlejandroB.Oct 31, 2001Great improvement
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