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Charlotte Hatherley has made some great tunes in her small but reasonably well formed career. After leaving Ash at just about the right time she decided to go it alone and I reckon she made the right decision. I bet she made more money in Ash and I bet she doesn't sell that many records but her integrity is intact. An important thing... I've heard half of her brand new album 'New Worlds' so far ...

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New Worlds by Charlotte Hatherley
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 15 October 2009
Charlotte Hatherley has made some great tunes in her small but reasonably well formed career. After leaving Ash at just about the right time she decided to go it alone and I reckon she made the right decision. I bet she made more money in Ash and I bet she doesn't sell that many records but her integrity is intact. An important thing... I've heard half of her brand new album 'New Worlds' so far and I'm really enjoying it. She has her hand in many a pie but the pie is truly flavoursome with hints of the Cardigans, Nik Kershaw and Kim Wilde. They may not sound like a winning flavour to most perhaps but the album works for me. 'Firebird' (track 5, sandwiched in between 2 fast/ fun moments) threw a spanner in the works as it sounds like it's fallen off The Beach Boys' Smiley Smile. So there's a fair amount of quirk on here in between the 80's pop and I'm pleased there's artists like her just doing a bit of what they fancy. Also the album features Adem playing with his axe and Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) on drum patrol. Tasty.

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