How To Solve Our Human Problems (Parts 1-3) (compilation album) by Belle And Sebastian
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The best album by Belle And Sebastian is If You're Feeling Sinister which is ranked number 117 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 14,793.
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Would be a higher scorer if it wasn't so long. Could be about six tracks less and still be a really good pop album. Doesn't mean that it isn't really listenable though.
Decent but long. Better than their last one.
Three e.p's on one album although it works pretty well as an album in it's own right. Personally, I think it's an improvement on, Girls in peacetime, but it's still nowhere near what they were doing in the nineties and early noughties. The songs just don't have that same freshness. There's been too much of a reliant on 'poppy' sounds on recent albums. Still, it's another decent addition to the B & S catalogue and they have never recorded a bad record, but I suspect their best days are behind them. Having said that, they are capable of it but it is unlikely that they will recapture the glory days of, If you're feeling sinister, and, The boy with the arab strap, again.
Even though the first EP was a bit of a dissapointment, the second was pretty good and the third is just brilliant. Poor boy and Tears go by get into disco and Motown territory and in the hands of B and S this creates some really joyous pop music. I'm starting to get more enthusiastic about this release.
This is starting to grow on me. It's uneven but there are some cool tracks. Likin' their take on psychadelic 60s funk. Not their best set but should please the faithful.
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