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Seance review from unknown source Print E-mail
Saturday, 01 January 1983

From one of the many street music papers, I think.


Seance, The Church (EMI)

The Church's third album continues in the vein of the previous two. The major difference is that producer nick launay, who's responsible for Midnight Oil's last album (10 to 1) has mixed Richard Ploog's powerhouse drumming more to the fore - a good thing, as the lad's one of the best drummers in the country. The highlight is obviously steve Kilbey's beautiful ballad, "It's No Reason", the album's first single. My only quibble is with "Travel By Thought", the lengthy percussive piece that ends the first side - it seems a trifle indulgent and breaks the flow of the album. Otherwise, Seance is an excellent collection of songs that will keep The Church fans happy and, hopefully, expand their audience overseas. I still don't have the faintest idea what Steve Kilbey's lyrics are all about but Seance sounds great.

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