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Best of Milltown Brothers Best of Milltown Brothers CD (1998)
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Milltown Brothers music CDs -Best known for the shimmering piece of early-`90s modern pop "Which Way Should I Jump?" (the 1991 single was a top 40 hit in Britain and 120 Minutes/college radio mainstay stateside), the Milltown Brothers earned a healthy dose of critical applause in their early days. NME tabbed the Lancashire five-piece a band to watch in 1990, while Q gave their debut, SLINKY, the much sought-after five-star seal of approval the following year. Unfortunately (and almost criminally), like so many other picked-to-click bands of the era, the Milltown Brothers were swiftly forgotten by the notoriously fickle British music cognoscenti. The BEST OF takes an interesting tack, acknowledging the one-album wonder of the band by including its entire debut along with assorted later singles, making the record something of an expanded version of 1991's SLINKY. 2009 collection from the Britpopsters. In the heat of the late '80s UK scene, many bands came and went, leaving no trace but a single memorable song (if they were lucky). Milltown Brothers, however, rose above the pack and, although they may not have reached the heady heights achieved by some of their contemporaries, left behind them an enjoyable catalogue scattered with a handful of hits and timely anthems. This expanded "Best Of" collection contains singles from both A&M albums, a sprinkling of demos and alternate versions, as well as the classic debut album Slinky in its entirety. Far from a forgotten band, the Milltown Brothers' still find themselves held in high regard, and are occasionally active with live shows and online activity. 17 tracks. Cherry Red. Audio Remixer: T. Phillips. Liner Note Author: Richard Anderson.
Slinky Slinky CD (1991)
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Milltown Brothers discography Milltown Brothers weren't the best-known Brit-pop band of the '90s -- they didn't have the impact of Oasis, the Stone Roses, the Verve, or Suede, and they only recorded two albums before calling it quits. Nonetheless, Milltown Brothers made some noteworthy contributions to England's rock scene, and Slinky is a likable debut even if falls short of exceptional. This 1991 release is an example of what critic Nelson George would call a retro nuevo approach -- meaning that it combines elements of the past and what was present back in the early '90s. George, who is best known for covering R&B and hip-hop, uses the term retro nuevo to describe R&B artists who, in the '80s and '90s, combined classic soul and urban contemporary elements -- Lisa Stansfield and Levert, for example. Slinky isn't R&B at all, but it has a retro nuevo outlook in that it combines early-'90s alternative rock with elements of '60s rock. This CD is retro in that it is very mindful of the ...
Best Of Best Of CD (1998)
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Milltown Brothers songs -Best known for the shimmering piece of early-`90s modern pop "Which Way Should I Jump?" (the 1991 single was a top 40 hit in Britain and 120 Minutes/college radio mainstay stateside), the Milltown Brothers earned a healthy dose of critical applause in their early days. NME tabbed the Lancashire five-piece a band to watch in 1990, while Q gave their debut, SLINKY, the much sought-after five-star seal of approval the following year. Unfortunately (and almost criminally), like so many other picked-to-click bands of the era, the Milltown Brothers were swiftly forgotten by the notoriously fickle British music cognoscenti. The BEST OF takes an interesting tack, acknowledging the one-album wonder of the band by including its entire debut along with assorted later singles, making the record something of an expanded version of 1991's SLINKY.


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Popular or famous Milltown Brothers music songs: Real, Never Come Down Again, Here I Stand, Seems To Me, Sandman, Which Way Should I Jump? Lyrics, Nationality. More music lyrics and songs Something Cheap, Turn Off, Sally Ann, Apple Green, It's All Over Now, Baby Blue, Sally Anne, Sleepwalking, Applegreen. See All Songs


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Milltown Brothers Cd Discography