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by: Neil Finn


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0067003026529
Feature: Nettwerk Records
Item Dimensions: 2550020550
Label: Nettwerk Records
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Nettwerk Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Nettwerk Records
Release Date: May 21, 2002
Studio: Nettwerk Records

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  • Nettwerk Records



Disc 1:
  1. The Climber
  2. Driving Me Mad
  3. Hole In The Ice
  4. Last To Know
  5. Wherever You Are
  6. Secret God
  7. Lullaby Requiem
  8. Human Kindness
  9. Turn And Run
  10. Anytime
  11. Rest Of The Day Off
  12. Into The Sunset
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Product Description:
One All

Amazon.com:
The 12 tracks on One All proffer a more organic, rougher-hewn take on Neil Finn's solid classicism. While Crowded House's populist folk-pop tugged as many purse-strings as it did hearts, Finn's solo career has been characterized by nothing more strident than the soft shuffle of gentle understatement--as if the antipodean troubadour feared his former muse would be insulted by any attempts to out-pop the relentlessly tuneful House. Not that this follow-up to 1998's patchy solo debut, Try Whistling This, is in any way underwhelming. The swirling effects and treated guitars of "Rest of the Day Off" hint more at latter-day Split Enz and even, occasionally, Oasis, than Crowded House. Unfortunately, there is also a sense that the addition of such sonic accoutrements may be little more than a ham-fisted attempt to add techno-savvy flesh to basic, traditional bones--with "Hole in the Ice" and "Secret God" imbued with dubious guitar solos and irritatingly superfluous backing vocals (courtesy, bizarrely enough, of former Prince demoiselles Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman) that merely serve to detract from the music's warm-hearted core. Nevertheless, Finn's long-running lyrical concerns--love, loyalty, and, predominantly, self-doubt--have never been expressed more adroitly. --Sarah Dempster



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