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Three Wishes - Hurrah! - Tell God Im Here (CD, Album)

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  1. Feb 23,  · 1 to originally released as Tell God I'm Here on Arista Records in Additional tracks are bonus tracks for this reissue that taken from these EPs as follows. 11 & "Sweet Sanity" 12" 13 & "If Love Could Kill" 12" 15 to "How Many Rivers" 12" Comes with a page booklet. Part of "Guitar Pop Jamboree" series. K2 Mastering.5/5(3).
  2. Anyway over time my cassette of Tell God became twisted and lost. And I no longer have a cassette player in the car. So for a few years I've been hunting the internet fruitlessly for a CD of this album. And now it is re-released. I am now a 43 year old IT trainer (married with 2 kids) who drives 2 /5(8).
  3. Hurrah! Tell God I'm Here ‎ (CD, Album) Arista: UK: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace.
  4. On the surface, Wish sounds happier than Disintegration, and the sunny British Invasion hooks of the hit single "Friday I'm in Love" certainly seem to indicate that the record is a brighter affair than its sailasaxewalkerkazijar.xyzinfo a little deeper and the album reveals itself to be just as tortured, and perhaps more despairing. Granted, the sound of the record, with its jangling guitars and simple.
  5. Hurrah! discography and songs: Music profile for Hurrah!, formed Genres: Jangle Pop, Pop Rock, Indie Pop. Albums include CD 48 Tracks From the Birth of Indie Pop, Scared to Get Happy: A Story of Indie-Pop , and Mojo Presents: There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - "Indie Classics - .
  6. HURRAH! The Beautiful ( issue UK track CD album - Originally released in , it has a distinctively guitar led sound that coupled to some strong songs, makes it a lost work of art, created by 4 individuals intent on extreme personal expr ession who just had to play together like this - what you hear here is a direct result of the collective attitude/stancewrought from very personal.
  7. There's no signature dish, no track for which Hurrah will be remembered. Instead Tell God I'm Here is another competent jangle pop album representing the British musical landscape at time of issue. Nothing seismic, just business as usual. At twenty-eight tracks the album is way too long and has to be one of the oddest reissues I own. Understandably it includes the singles released by the band before their .
  8. Hurrah! 's Tell God I'm Here is an album of near-misses. The band tries to sustain interest for an entire LP, but only two tracks are really worthy of attention. The slashing riffs and dynamic vocals of "Sweet Sanity" cut through the album's unyielding blandness.

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