February 22, 2005

Affirmation by Savage Garden (just like at my cov. home)

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4 out of 5 stars

Bought a couple of random CD's today just because I got locked out at home (well more precisely forgot my key) and instead of trying to commit a breaking a entry offence by kicking down the front door (as well as annoying the landlords a bit) I decided to head into the great city of Coventry.

This was the first cd I bought today as have always been quite keen on savage just never got round to getting one of there albums before. It has some classic tunes on it such as Affirmation and the hit Crash and Burn but these are inter mixed with some slow rubbish that I found was putting me to sleep such as The Best Thing. Having not listened to that much savage before I was quite surprised that most tracks were slower than the two previously mentioned with the only other really good track being The Animal Song.

Anyway these 3 tracks make it worthwhile in buying this album from one of my favourite shops MVC,(due to it being the nearest music shop to my coventry home and having a large amount of cheap Britney and other cheeses always in stock :-). In retospect this is probably one of the best albums I listened to this year as I actually managed to listen to it all the way through just about so thats why i have given it the poptastic rating of 4 stars out of 5.


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