Fine Young Cannibal’s career was so short (only two albums) that this seems almost pointless. But The Finest is a well-selected survey that encompasses the hits (”Johnny Come Home,” ”She Drives Me Crazy”) and covers (Elvis’ ”Suspicious Minds”). Their sound — post-punk’s nervous rhythms combined with soulful arrangements and melodies — has held up well; three new songs neither augment nor diminish the band’s brief yet impressive legacy. B+
The Finest Fine Young Cannibal's career was so short (only two albums) that this seems almost pointless. But The Finest is a well-selected survey...The FinestPop, Reissues Fine Young Cannibal's career was so short (only two albums) that this seems almost pointless. But The Finest is a well-selected survey...1996-12-20
Genre: Pop, Reissues; Producer (group): MCA
Posted December 20 1996 — 12:00 AM EST
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