8 thoughts on “ Much Better - Everyday Atlas - Your Move (CD, Album) ”

  1. There are several tracks on the album but it feels like it runs short. Probably because im enjoying it so much. There is a good mix of pop rock with catchy but repetitive phrases, but that doesnt take away from the overall well rounded sound of the music/5(15).
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  3. After much hype of their self-titled debut which, in its wake included an appearance in the Late Show with David Letterman, national television spots with Smirnoff, Honda, and Motorola, among others, the much anticipated "Atlas" hit the record shelves December /5(21).
  4. I would agree with the previous comments that this album would appeal to Natacha Atlas fans rather than any new comers, (unless those new comers prefer this subtler type of genre.) As her other albums were reminscent of Arab pop, this cd fits more under fado music, like, Christina Branco or Mariza, with euro-pop/electronica floundering around 4/5(21).
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  6. referencing Everyday Life, CD, Album, , WPCR Oddly, my copy of the Japanese disc plays through to track 19 and then at the end of #19 it loops back to the start of # The only way to get it to move to #20 is to manually hit the next track.
  7. Get this album if you like to drive and sing. It will hold up. Get this album if you like diversity. It has that. Get this album if you have a collection that spans decades before the nineties. It has a valid place on any music lover's list, and there IS a reason the Eagles made /5().
  8. This CD contains the entirety of the "Message From The Country" album, plus the seminal Move singles I grew up on. The album is a memorable piece of art from the seventies that I am happy to finally have in a format I can enjoy with current technology. While I've read comments to the contrary, I found the sound to be very good on this recording/5(9).

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