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Chicago Tribune review of Sometime Anywhere Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 July 1994
  Source: Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
    Date: July 21, 1994
 Subject: Review - Sometime Anywhere

    By Brad Webber

Shimmering guitar lines and druggy vocals swirl thourgh "Sometime
Anywhere," the latest record by Church remnants, singer- bassist Steve
Kilbey and guitarist Marty Willson-Piper. Peter Koppes recently left
the Australian band that has been lurching about the cusp of commercial
success since the mid-80s with stellar discs like "Heyday" and
"Starfish." "Sometime Anywhere" does wallow a bit with Kilbey's
tormented vocals and oblique lyrics - swimming amid Willson-Piper's
neopsychedelic licks. "Eastern" sparkles with a Middle Eastern flair,
with violins swirling in counterpoint to Willson-Piper's deft
strumming. Snatch the two-disc version, which adds another half- hour
of music for $1.

        Rating: 3 (out of 4)

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