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Ghosts - The Chills - Brave Words (CD, Album)

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  1. Brave Words, an Album by The Chills. Released in on Flying Nun (catalog no. FN ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jangle Pop, Dunedin Sound, Indie Pop.
  2. Differs from other Homestead US releases Brave Words in matrix/runout and manufacturer. Recorded At Point Studios, Belgravia, London June , , and July ,
  3. On September 9, The Rolling Stones will be opening a world-first flagship store on London’s Carnaby Street. RS No.9 (9 Carnaby St) will feature exclusive collaborations, new fashion & merchandise, alongside the band’s extensive music catalogue and latest releases. Says .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Brave Words on Discogs.2/5(1).
  5. Kaleidoscope World is a compilation album by New Zealand group The Chills, released in on Flying Nun Records in New Zealand and on Creation Records in UK. The album was a compilation of early singles, plus all the Chills' tracks which featured on the Dunedin Double EP and The Lost EP.
  6. Jun 23,  · Brave Words doesn't have the simplicity and directness of the Chills' early singles (collected on the Kaleidoscope World LP), which caused some longtime fans to dismiss the album upon its release; listened to at some remove, the merits of songs as graceful as "Night of Chill Blue" and the endearing "Look for the Good in Others and They'll See.
  7. Jan 22,  · A few years ago, Martin Phillipps, the head Chill, put out a 3 CD set called "Secret Box" that contained 70 home demos, b sides, live and radio recordings. Most of the songs from Brave Word are on that set, but are mixed, performed and produced a million times better. That set is essential for Kaleidoscope World fans.
  8. The album the Chills emerged with, 's Submarine Bells is, in many ways, a superior record to Brave Words: it's certainly better produced, better sung and performed. You could even argue that the songs are better, too: the opening single 'Heavenly Pop Hit' and the furious 'The Oncoming Day,' to name but two, equal anything on Brave Words.
  9. Sure, you've heard the Church and Crowded House, but the Chills may have been the best of the bunch. "Greatest Hits" records usually tend to skip some of the best of an artist's work, but the Chills were, up till their last album, a singles band, so this works perfectly, collecting all their singles, up through the magnificent "Soft Bomb."/5(7).

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