Nut Suite. Mini reviews of albums old and new. Minimum words. No fuss. No spoilers [?]. Occasional smugs.

Sunday, September 23, 2012


The Wonder Stuff's second album is filled with the kind of radio-friendly, well-crafted Pop tunes that were so good at. The occasional use of violin, harmonica, and banjo gave it a Folksy element that distanced it a little from the usual lazy guitar British-Indie sound of the era. It may even help you forget the awful Bubblegum-pop of their d├ębut.
They were criticised for the cynical and angry lyrics that were at odds with the music, but conventions exist to be broken, don't they?

Songs of Note: Golden Green; Unfaithful

4 awkward moments in the bathroom out of 5

Note: Review is of the original release (more precisely the 2000 re-master) not the re-recorded 21st Anniversary Edition.

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