Attracted To Things Uncertain: The Most Significant Albums Of 2001, Part One

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  1. 2001 felt like a bit of a downer for me musically. And I agree that Let it come down was not Spaceman’s finest hour but also not his worst. It’s been a while since I’ve listened to that debut BRMC album. Perhaps its time for a revisit.

      1. Couldn’t get in to Amazing grace so much. I felt like Spaceman was trying to over-compensate for Let it come down.

  2. ‘Linoleum’ is utterly fab… One of my fave “Sylvian” songs even if he’s only the vocalist on that particular track. As good as that one he did with Fennesz… ‘Transit.’
    I also like ‘Drukqs’ … Even have a rather nifty carboard ad display thingie for it that I picked up in record store while no one was watching… As for the rest of the dross in that ‘Music Press’ list… Wonder if i even have ‘Let it Come Down’? Will have to check. Found a double CD single (Electricity?) by the band the other day (in an immaculate, white, card slipcase) the other day while rummaging through a box looking for an elusive Mats Gustafsson album.

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