Of Here" is the third LP by the boys, and the last
on the Acid-Jazz label. Featuring lots of hammond, a cover
of Lemmy's "Motorhead", and "Mini",
the album is a good example of the 'roys talent.
Real World Studios
Wait For Monday
What You Preach
of The Rainbow
Helen says -
very simple and fresh sounding album.
The band move away from their soundtrack style music with
most of the tracks on 'Out of Here' having vocals
and a chorus/ verse format.
An eclectic mix of squealing axe riffs ('Motorhead',
'The Diceman'), melodious pop ('Along the Rooftops',
'End of the Rainbow') sophisticated vibes ('January
Woman', 'Out of here') and feel good fun ('Mini',
'Magic Carpet', 'Don't wait for Monday').
Die hard fans can seek solace in the two instrumental
tracks on the album ('Ayrton Senna', 'Red Mercury')
which do not disappoint.
The title sums up the whole mood of the album - of getting
away from it all and having some laid-back fun. A good
album to be initiated into the ways of the 'Roy. Why,
I liked it so much I bought the company!