The Datsuns signature breakneck-paced rock'n'roll delves into more menacing terrain summoned from the bands collective proto-metal 70s influences; Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Blue Oyster Cult and Bloodrock, to name a few.
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Never Thought I'd See The Day
School, The Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything
Elefant CD ER1166 8428846211664 14 May 12
Brand new album from Cardiff's THE SCHOOL "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" is a marvellous collection of utterly perfect pop songs. Produced by Dave Wrench (BRITISH SEA POWER, Euros Childs, BAT FOR LASHES, Beth Orton & others), the songs move from the dreaminess of "What's Just Begun" to tracks with little snips of bitterness like "It's Not The Same" & the melancholic goodbye that melts into the fade-out of "Baby Won't You Stay With Me Tonight", finishing with the uplifting "You Make Me Hear Music".
TRACKLIST: 01. What's Just Begun 02. Never Thought I'd See The Day 03. Where Does Your Heart Belong? 04. Stop That Boy! 05. That Boy Is Mine 06. It's Not The Same 07. The Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side 08. Some Day My Heart Will Beat Again 09. I Should Do 10. Why Do You Have To Break My Heart Again? 11. Baby Won't You Stay With Me Tonight? 12. You Make Me Hear Music (Inside My Head)