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1 review | Nobody has said they love this record yet: be the 1st! So am I the only person to call them  The Tears (as in years) rather than The Tears as in ears? Probably. Anyway here is their new album the first re-unification of Bernard Butler and Brett Anderson. Butlers guitar skirls all over the thing and the whole shebang  is compressed to high heaven for maximum epic impact. Track 2 'Autograph' is actually quite great and melodically no ... »

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Here Come The Tears by The Tears
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Nobody loves this record. Be the 1st!
6/10 Clinton Staff review, 28 November 2006
So am I the only person to call them  The Tears (as in years) rather than The Tears as in ears? Probably. Anyway here is their new album the first re-unification of Bernard Butler and Brett Anderson. Butlers guitar skirls all over the thing and the whole shebang  is compressed to high heaven for maximum epic impact. Track 2 'Autograph' is actually quite great and melodically not too far away from the Smiths. As the album stumbles on it seems to alternate between 'Dog Man Star' style power ballads and Mcalmont and Butler type sky reaching over the top pop. One thing is for certain - the lyrics are uniformly awful.

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