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Fine Young Cannibals Import

4.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Feb. 4 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sire/London/Rhino
  • ASIN: B00004T4AY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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1. Johnny Come Home
2. Couldn't Care More
3. Don't Ask Me to Choose
4. Funny How Love Is
5. Suspicious Minds
6. Blue
7. Move to Work
8. On a Promise
9. Time Isn't Kind
10. Like a Stranger
11. Suspicious Minds

Product Description

Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of this 1985 album from the British Pop hitmakers. Fine Young Cannibals was the eponymous debut album by the trio that came together when David Steele and Andy Cox (previously bass player and guitarist in The Beat) found charismatic singer Roland Gift to complete their new band. Launched with the Top Ten single 'Johnny Come Home', the album featured a further three singles, 'Blue', 'Funny How Love Is' and another huge Top Ten hit with the cover of Elvis Presley's 1969 hit 'Suspicious Minds'. The album was a considerable UK chart success, peaking at #11 in the album charts in the UK, and enjoying an impressive 27 week chart run. The bonus tracks include the three non-album b-sides and nine remixes of the two top ten hits. The booklet features annotation by Alan Robinson. Edsel.


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...It just isn't complete. Here we have a million mixes of Suspicious Minds, but neither the "Blue" or "Funny How Love Is" remixes make an appearance? The latter being a "must have" for collectors. I'm starting to notice that Edsel doesn't seem to do much tape research when making deluxe editions like these. On Blancmange's "Believe You Me" album they included a bad alternate mix of Lose Your Love. On Everything But the Girl's "Love Not Money" they included another alternate mix version of Mine and the single version is nowhere to be found... I'm not saying I'm ungrateful to get these albums remastered, I just wish they were compiled better.

So, five stars for the music and mastering. I LOVE this record. But three stars for some glaring omissions (which hurts even more when you see how perfectly The Raw and the Cooked was done).
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... This is a great album, albeit very different from the big hit album "The Raw & the Cooked". "Johnny Come Home" was a huge club hit if you were cool enough to go out and party then (in the cool clubs, of course). And "Blue" is a crooner classic in the 80's for those rare times you slow-danced. I'll not give any other details except to say that this band disappeared too early. And maybe the radio played "She Drives Me Crazy " & "Good Thing" way too much, causing people to ignore their other great songs. Too bad. I heard Roland Gift was in the studio, so look out for something to pop!! ...
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I have been a FYC fan since the get go. Their music is just so soothing. Roland Gift's voice is great. You can really feel the passion that he puts into it.
The songs are great, in particular, "Johnny Come Home", the cover of "Suspicious Minds"(With Jimmy Sommerville[Bronski Beat/The Communards] assisting on vocals) and "Blue", along with the remixes of "Johnny" and Suspicious Minds".
Definitely one of the better things to come out of the eighties
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