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Q magazine reviews Sometime Anywhere Print E-mail
Sunday, 01 May 1994
  Source: Q Magazine (?, UK)
    Date: May, 1994
 Subject: Review - Sometime Anywhere


The Church still inhabit that limboland of dream pop, where the
Australian trio remain lost in clouds of both metaphorical and smokable
substance.  Two albums since 1990's Starfish, tha album that finally
broke them, during which time they've taken stock of musical trends,
especially at the slow, sultrier end of dance. But Sometime Anywhere is
still a further refinement of the psychedelic louchness that has seen
them grow into the space between The Only Ones and Talk Talk. The
melodies are too soporific to penetrate deeply but you can still get
heavenly- lost in several chorus lifts (the best being the sublime AOR
leanings of 2 Places At Once, where songwriters Steve Kilbey and Marty
Willson-Piper sing different sets of lyrics) and textures that would
shame a Persian carpetweaver.

        Rating: 3 out of 5.

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