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El Momento Descuidado review from the Hobart Mercury Print E-mail
Monday, 13 December 2004
There's a new marketing trend developing in the music industry - the
semi-acoustic greatest hits album. The Church has done it a little bit
differently here, with classics like Under The Milky Way, Almost With You and The Unguarded Moment - guess what the album's Spanish title translates as - sharing space with more recent, less radio-friendly tracks. The result is a simply beautiful album. Steve Kilbey's voice, despite all the years and all the drugs, retains its contradictory world-weary sweetness, and the stripped-back arrangements make this the perfect album to listen to on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

**** (/5) Tina Stagg.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 18 December 2004 )
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