Released: October 2002

Pete Doherty used to lie that he'd written it and sold it to James Skelly in a pub aged 15. Noel G regularly pilfers the bassline. Bill Ryder-Jones turns in the indie-solo of the decade (Valensi on 'The Modern Age'? Pah!) midway through. But the best thing about 'Dreaming Of You' is... well, The Coral themselves. They're tight as fuck - the true embodiment of what it is to be young, talented beyond belief and in love with the dustiest corners of 60s beatpop. (MW)


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