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Show Me How The Spectres Dance

Released on 11 September 2006

Artist: Liam Frost & The Slowdown Family

5.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 A hidden gem!

| | See all Lozmonster's reviews (1)

I can't believe the singles from this album didn't get more airplay. I first heard "The City Is At A Standstill" on Clint Boon's show on XFM Manchester and bought the album the next day. Liam Frost joins Mike Scott (Waterboys) and Neil Hannon (Divine Comedy) as one of my all time favourite songwriters after just one album. Gritty, funny, passionate, self-deprecating genuis.

 Amazing Debut Album

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I first heard this album because my girlfriend was obsessed with it and kept playing it in her car. To begin with I thought it was okay but nothing special. How wrong I was. This is an amazing album and is a real grower - I have owned it for some months now and love every track. Liam's voice and lyrics are superb and the production is gorgeously clean and crisp. Highlights for me include 'Road Signs and Red Lights', with the haunting refrain "I never want your flowers on my grave, as the last chord rings, take these flowers away" and album opener 'The City is at Standstill', an uplifting burst of energy that paves the way for the beauty ahead.

Why Mr Frost isn't huge by now I really don't know. I'd recommend anyone to purchase this album now and give it the attention it deserves.

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