The Charlatans - The Charlatans
NME.COM feature on The Charlatans - The Charlatans album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 08 August 1995
Once,[B] The Charlatans[/B] were arrested on a plane for enjoying themselves and the FBI confiscated their shoelaces....
Once, The Charlatans were arrested on a plane for enjoying themselves and the FBI confiscated their shoelaces. "I thought, 'Maybe they think we'll hang ourselves,'" balked Tim Burgess at the time. "I wouldn't hang meself, you can't put a downer on me!" Today, despite everything (latest Charlies Voodoo Conundrum, being robbed of #300,000 by...
- Oct 18, 1999
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Nine Acre Court
- Feeling Holy
- Just Lookin'
- Crashin' In
- Bullet Comes
- Here Comes a Soul Saver
- Just When You're Thinkin' Things Over
- Tell Everyone
- No Fiction
- See It Through
- Thank You
Madchester vets fail to keep the momentum going on album number eleven
- Sep 17, 2010
More falsetto from Burgess and boys
- Jul 21, 2005
Nice like that painting of hat-wearing dogs playing pool...
- Jul 23, 2002
Brookes died in August from a brain tumour
Members of Mumford & Sons, The Vaccines, Joy Division and Chemical Brothers also sign the instrument for the Brain Tumour Charity
'I’ll be thinking of Jon Brookes in every line of every song,' says Charlatans singer Tim Burgess
The Charlatans - The Charlatans: Wikipedia Album Entry
The Charlatans is the fourth album by the British band The Charlatans (known in the United States as The Charlatans UK), released on 28 August 1995. It went to the top of the UK Albums Chart the same year. The Charlatans is rated 84 in the Melody Maker's top 100 albums of all time list from 2000.
The album's original title was slated to be The First Shag In Ages, named after a chapter from Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting. Several promo shirts bearing this title were printed and early vinyl versions of the album have this written between the leadout groove.
The first single to the album, called "Crashin' In" or "Crashing In" was released by The Charlatans on 28 December 1994. In addition to the album songs Crashin' In and See It Through the single also featured the title Green Flashing Eyes which was later released on the compilation album Songs from the Other Side.
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