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Expecting To Fly

Released on 31 July 1996

Artist: Bluetones

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  1. Talking To Clarry
  2. Bluetonic
  3. Cut Some Rug
  4. Things Change
  5. The Fountainhead
  6. Carnt Be Trusted
  7. Slight Return
  8. Putting Out Fires
  9. Vampire
  10. A Parting Gesture
  11. Time And Again

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 Average rating (3 reviews)

 The best of all

| | See all Woodenboy's reviews (4)

In my opinion this is quite simply the greatest debut album ever. I even include "Definitely Maybe" in that statement too.
From start to finish this is awesome, an album recorded by a band at the very top of their game. Since this album there have been glimpses of the high of this collection of tracks but as a body of work this is simply outstanding.
Personal favourites are "Bluetonic", "Vampire" and obviously "Slight Return" but every time I listen to it a smile lands on my face and won't shift. I can listen to it from start to finish and I have done so since I first bought it in 1995.
This album is still as fresh and brilliant as the first time I listened to it.
At the current price on Play this album deserves to be purchased and put in your collection.


I can't speak highly enough as you can tell. BUY IT!

 Yes it is as good as you remember

| | See all Zomb1e's reviews (67)

This is a fantastic album.
It gets better with age.
90's brit pop may have been lorded over by Oasis but this is the album that knocked Whats the Story off the No1 spot in the album charts!

 Outstanding debut

| | See all rogerzilla's reviews (8)

Up there with "The Stone Roses" as the best debut album ever. "Carnt Be Trusted" is definitely the most perfect pop song of all time, and "Talking to Clarry" is an extended opener on a par with The Smiths' "The Queen Is Dead".