If the idea of Aztec Camera’s Roddy Frame singing the crummier songs from the Beatles’ White Album works for you, you’ll dig this Scottish quintet’s second release. If it doesn’t, you may like I’ve Seen Everything anyway. Upside: More depth and polish than on their 1990 debut, Cake, a college radio hit. Downside: Not as many immediate hooks. Bestside: ”Iceberg.” B
I've Seen EverythingIf the idea of Aztec Camera's Roddy Frame singing the crummier songs from the Beatles' White Album works for you, you'll dig this Scottish quintet's...I've Seen EverythingRockIf the idea of Aztec Camera's Roddy Frame singing the crummier songs from the Beatles' White Album works for you, you'll dig this Scottish quintet's...1993-05-07
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Go! Discs, London
Posted May 7 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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