Life of Surprises: The Best of Prefab Sprout (Remastered) Prefab Sprout
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- 1The King of Rock 'N' Roll (Remastered)04:22
- 2When Love Breaks Down (Remastered)04:08
- 3The Sound of Crying (Remastered)04:44
- 4Faron Young (Remastered)03:47
- 5Carnival 2000 (Remastered)03:21
- 6Goodbye Lucille #1 (Remastered)04:27
- 7I Remember That (Remastered)04:15
- 8Cruel (Remastered)04:18
- 9Cars and Girls (Remastered)04:26
- 10We Let the Stars Go (Remastered)03:40
- 11Life of Surprises (Remastered)04:04
- 12Appetite (Remastered)03:56
- 13If You Don't Love Me (Remastered)03:43
- 14Wild Horses (Remastered)03:41
- 15Hey Manhattan! (Remastered)04:46
- 16All the World Loves Lovers (Remastered)03:51
Info for Life of Surprises: The Best of Prefab Sprout (Remastered)
Digitally 2019 remastered edition of this collection from the critically-acclaimed British band led by singer/songwriter Paddy McAloon. The album reached #3 on the UK Albums Chart.
This best of collection is a neat shorthand way of experiencing the technologically perfect, intellectually stimulating pop music Paddy McAloon and his cronies from Newcastle created during the second half of the 1980s. Two tracks, The Sound of Crying and If You Don't Love Me are previously unreleased. Since they have had little chart success, the rest are somebody's idea of what makes a great Prefab Sprout song. The King of Rock 'n' Roll has a lilting bounce; Wild Horses benefits from producer Thomas Dolby's computer wizardry as sounds pop up and out of the mix instantaneously; We Let the Stars Go is McAloon at his most emotionally sincere
After the Commercial Success of 1988's "From Langley Park to Memphis" and the Universal Critical Huzzahs Following 1990's "Jordan: The Comeback," Prefab Sprout Could Take Its Time Crafting a Follow-up, which is Why the Exemplary "Andromeda Heights" Wasn't Released Until 1997.
Each of their studio albums is worth seeking out, this collection is a neat shorthand way of experiencing the technologically perfect, intellectually stimulating pop music Paddy McAloon and his cronies from Newcastle, England created during the second half of the 1980s.
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