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2 stars Do you remember... It's just a single?

A good one nonetheless. Fish rediscovers the edginess of his heartbroken lyrics on the 13th Star album in fashion really similar to Misplaced Childhood. He also rediscovers that radio-friendliness of his songs might be a good reason of realising a single.

Singles with interesting/hard to find songs on their B-sides are, unfortunately, a definite a relic of the past. Hence there is no real point in buying a disc with only one song (in two versions, but it's still the same song) on it.

As for the song, it gets close to Kayleigh as no other of Fish's songs. Do you remember... - the opening words are identical in both songs and the sense is identical. The music is somewhat different, due to the greater role of non-delayed guitars, keyboards (piano), delicate drums and, especially, Vantsis' composing.

Recommended for radio DJ's.

Mike_Zed | 2/5 |


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