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Adult Net - The Honey Tangle (1989)

18-06-2015, 19:58
Pop | Indie | FLAC / APE

Adult Net - The Honey Tangle (1989)

Artist: Adult Net
Title Of Album: The Honey Tangle
Year Of Release: 1989
Label: Fontana
Genre: Indie Pop
Quality: Lossless
Bitrate: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 00:56:27
Total Size: 424 Mb


01 - Take Me
02 - August
03 - Waking Up In The Sun
04 - Spin This Web
05 - Sad
06 - Baby, You're Away
07 - Where Were You (When I Needed You)
08 - Honey Tangle
09 - Tiffany Tuesday
10 - Tomorrow Morning's Daydream
11 - Going Nowhere
12 - It's The Way
13 - Over The River
14 - Incense And Peppermints

After a five-year stretch of singles that ranged from terrific to terrible, the long-play debut of the Adult Net was released in 1989, concurrent with Brix Smith's departure from the Fall. Rather unsurprisingly, that range in quality is maintained here on the album as well, although the overall sound of the album is notably different than anything that had come before. Many of the earlier Adult Net singles had been spiky marriages between guitars and electronics that owed much to the raincoat-clad heyday of Factory Records, but all of Honey Tangle is glossy, jangly, sweet-natured pop music that would sound perfectly at home in the Top 40 radio play lists of some alternate universe. At its best, which would be the twin singles "Waking Up in the Sun," a glorious haze of lightly psychedelic pop given a Phil Spector on acid (over)production job to obscure the fact that the lyrics just might possibly be a suicide note, and the more propulsive "August," which features a la-la-la chorus that most of the Sarah Records roster would kill for, the album is an unapologetically glossy pure pop feast taking its cues from ABBA to the Zombies. At its worst, it's much the same only the songs aren't nearly as good. (The nadir is a terrible version of the Grass Roots classic "Where Were You When I Needed You" that sounds more petulant than heartfelt.) Still, the hits just barely outnumber the flops, and even the worst tracks sound pretty good as long as you're not paying too much attention.

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