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Flowers in the Window 2 / Central Station / Little Maxi, Import

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  • Audio CD (May 7 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Maxi, Import
  • Label: Sbme Import
  • ASIN: B00006398Z
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1. Flowers in the window - Travis
2. Central Station - Travis
3. No Cigar - Travis

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Album Description

Third single from their 2001 album The Invisible Band. The title track is backed with a song from Andy (guitarist) 'Central Station' and the track 'No Cigar' which includes the vocal debut of Neil Primrose (drummer). 2002.

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Not on the same level as some earlier Travis singles April 2 2002
By Paul Allaer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Flowers in the Window" is the third single from Travis' "The Invisible Band" album, and somewhat of a letdown. After the first 2 singles ("Sing", "Side") were obvious choices, there are a lot of good, but-not-quite-outstanding songs on "The Invisible Band".
"Flowers in the Window" is a mid-tempo gentle sove song, with the banjo again feateured prominently (as in "Sing"). There are 2 additional tracks on this single: "Central Station" is a great rock song, penned by Andy. "No Cigar" is somewhat of an oddity, with the refrain going like "We were close... but (--then thundering voice out of nowhere--) NO CIGAR!" Strange.
This is CD2 of "Flowers in the Window", and the additional tracks on CD1 include a cover version of George Harrison's "Here Comes the Son", as well as Dougie's "A Little Bit of Soul". Travis is to be commended for trying to put our meaningful B-sides. However, in comparison to some earlier singles, such as "Side", "Writing to Reach You" and "Turn", "Flowers in the Window" does not reach the same heights.
Five Stars July 20 2014
By Kim ji-Young - Published on
Format: Audio CD
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