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Level 42 - "Running In The Family"
Released March 1987
U.S. Billboard charted to number 23
This is the bands 7th album .
Sold over 2 Million Copies
Song Tracks: "Lessons in Love" "Children Say" "Running in the Family" "It's Over" "To Be with You Again" "Two Solitudes" "Fashion Fever" "The Sleepwalkers" "Freedom Someday" .
Singles from the album
"Lessons in Love" - U.K. Hit number 3
Released: April 1986
"Running in the Family" - U.K. Hit number 6
Released: February 1987
"To Be with You Again" - U.K. Hit number 10
Released: April 1987
Released: August 1987
Released: November 1987 .
Mark King – bass, vocals.
Mike Lindup – keyboards, vocals.
Phil Gould – drums
Boon Gould – lead and rhythm guitars
Wally Badarou – keyboards, backing vocals
Gary Barnacle – saxophone ("Lessons in Love")
Krys Mach – saxophone ("Running in the Family")
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No. 20: Alvvays
Fav Tracks: In Undertow, Dreams Tonite, Plimsoll Punks, Already Gone, Saved By a Waif
Least Fav Tracks: Hey, Forget About Life
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dream pop isn’t normally my thing, but this album really clicked with me. I hadn’t even heard of Alvvays before, but I saw this album getting some pretty good reviews and figured I’d give it a go. I was hooked immediately with the album opener “In Undertow.” Something about front-woman Molly Rankin’s vocals is extremely endearing and likeable….and also a bit familiar. She reminds me a lot of Courtney Barnett, in a good way. This entire record is filled with earworms that will stick with you for days. Luckily, they’re songs that I don’t mind having stuck in my head. Track after track, this album is an incredibly consistent listen. Side B took a little longer to grow on me than the first half of the record, but after a few listens there aren’t really any songs that I’d skip. My biggest complaint about Antisocialites is that the album’s closer, Forget About Life, is a bit anticlimactic. It’s not even a bad song; it just kind of sits there and doesn’t give the album a feeling of closure. But I can get over that, because the vast majority of this record is a fun and engaging listen. Give it a go.
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