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Pulse magazine reviews Sometime Anywhere Print E-mail
Friday, 01 July 1994
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  Source: Pulse Magazine (USA)
   Issue: No.?
    Date: Jul, 1994
 Subject: Review - Sometime Anywhere
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REVIEW:
  SOMETIME ANYWHERE ALBUM

(The reference to the Aeroplanes is due to the review of their latest
effort being the preceeding paragraph....)

While the Aeroplanes have simplified their approach, Australian band
the Church - once a quartet prone to ace hooks and stunning dual-
guitar flights, now whittled down to multi- instrumental duo Steve
Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper - dives headlong into denser, darker
territory on Sometime Anywhere (Arista). The reconfigured twosome makes
the most of its new freedom, favoring a spacious, exotic sonic palette
that's an effective vehicle for the subtle air of menace that suffuses
the new songs.  When the duo's pop sensibility does emerge, it's
usually in conjunction with the album's more disturbing lyrics (for
example, Kilbey's creepy confessional "My Little Problem").  As on it's
previous effort, the also- adventurous Priest = Aura, the Church may be
courting career suicide by downplaying its more accessible instincts in
favor of mystery and insinuation. But Sometime Anywhere is dense and
impressive, it resonates with repeat plays.

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