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Tuesday, September 22, 2009


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Carry On up the Charts: The Best of the Beautiful South was the surprise British hit of 1994, going platinum five times between its late fall release and the summer of 1995. The success was surprising, because while the Beautiful South had been modestly popular, their last few albums were sliding down the charts. However, their hits collection, Carry On up the Charts, flew to number one and stayed there for weeks. It's nothing more than all their singles, yet compiled together they make the most convincing case for the Beautiful South's sly, cynical sophisticated pop.

Disc 1
1. Song for Whoever
2. You Keep It All In
3. I'll Sail This Ship Alone
4. Little Time
5. My Book
6. Let Love Speak Up Itself
7. Old Red Eyes Is Back
8. We Are Each Other
9. Bell Bottomed Tear
10. 36D
11. Good as Gold (Stupid as Mud)
12. Everybody's Talkin'
13. Prettiest Eyes
14. One Last Love Song

Disc 2
Bonus Disc
1. Diamonds
2. They Used to Wear Black
3. Throw His Song Away
4. Trevor You're Bizarre
5. Love Wars
6. You Just Can't Smile It Away
7. But 'Til Then
8. Size
9. Frank and Delores
10. I Started a Joke
11. Woman in the Wall
12. Danielle Steele (The Enemy Within)
13. In Other Words I Hate You
14. His Time Ran Out


Anonymous said...

Hi, there doesn't appear to be any data on the .rar file. Please fix.


Mr Moodswings said...

There is.
Download it, open it with the password and you'll see what's inside.

Anonymous said...

Got It! Thanks so much.

Mr Moodswings said...

You're welcome.

Anonymous said...

such a great, under-rated band.. i love woman in the wall... and the whole of their LP "welcome to the beautiful south" is brilliant...

Anonymous said...

Love the song "36D", wonder why they never played on the (ahem) radio. That song is freakin catchy and sticks in your head.

Anonymous said...

Well put, they are an underrated band. Perhaps a little too "ironic" for their own good. Thankls. W.