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Texas - Mothers Heaven (1996) Retail CD
Before their reinvention as a remix-friendly pop band. Before Sharleen Spiteri became a sex symbol of sorts. Before the relegation of the other members (in video clips and photo shoots) to baffled anonymity. Back in the day--1991, to be precise--when Texas, true to their name, were a gutsy little country-flavoured rock combo, rather in the style of Lone Justice. "I Don't Want A Lover" bought the Glaswegian quartet to attention, but also set a standard that neither their debut album, nor this one, their sophomore effort, quite managed to equal. Yet for all their rootsy flourishes, they were stillmore… first and foremost a rock band: producer Tim Palmer gave them a slick AOR sound, and made the most of their strengths--notably Ally McErlaine's lonesome slide guitar, on the brooding "This Will All Be Mine". But Spiteri's vocals were colourless, and many of the songs seemed perfunctory. Now, of course, they've embraced dance-pop with the same kind of cautious acceptance they once reserved for country music and the blues. Neither fish nor fowl, as ever. --Andrew McGuire
|2||Why Believe In You|
|4||This Will All Be Mine|
|6||Alone With You|
|7||In My Heart|
|9||Wrapped In Clothes Of Blue|
|11||Walk The Dust|
- Texas - Mothers Heaven (1996) Retail CD
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