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Friday, 07 April 2006
Reviews of Uninvited, like the clouds from Q Sheet and Uncut magazine.
Q SHEET REVIEW - APRIL 2006
Uninvited, Like The Clouds

It's hard to believe that The Church have been creating music for 25 years. 
Not content with churning out the same old formula, 'Uninvited...' boasts a 
multi-instrumental fresh approach that sounds like it comes from a band who 
have only just begun a musical discovery. The album results in expansive 
textures and arresting melodies to form a euphoric pop sound. The album is 
littered with cellos, organs and mandolins, offering much more interest for 
the ears of listeners than most artists would dream of creating. The four 
cornerstones of The Church continue to greet and defy expectations.
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UNCUT MAGAZINE REVIEW 2006
Uninvited Like the Clouds
Cooking Vinyl

Nineteenth album from aussie mystics
After a quarter century and countless changes, The Church have emerged as 
Sydney's answer to XTC and Radiohead. Uninvited isn't inclined to give away 
it's secrets too easily, and even the ostensibly 'poppy' tracks ("Easy", 
"Untoward") feature strange harmonies or sonic sleights of hand. The pieces 
are underpinned by the cunning guitar tapestries of Marty Willson-Piper and 
Peter Koppes, ranging from chiming chords to suspended keyboard-like tones, 
never better than on the majestically broody "Overview" or the 
back-to-Ummagumma vibe of "Never Before" - Adam Sweeting
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