There Is No Point In Trying - The Chills - Soft Bomb (Cassette, Album)


  1. Kazitaxe
    The album hangs half a dozen sumptuous pop numbers around repeated brief vignettes -the title track given varied arrangements and the lilting "There Is No Harm In Trying".There are two tracks here that the equal of anything in The Chills exalted song ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo "The Male Monster From The Id" is a lyrically astute comment on the human males 5/5(1).
  2. Doujas
    Kaleidoscope World () Kaleidoscope World Satin Doll Frantic Drift Rolling Moon Bite Flame-Thrower Pink Frost Purple Girl This Is The Way Never Never Go Don't Even Know Her Name Bee Bah Bee Bah Bee Boe Whole Weird World Dream By Dream Doledrums Hidden Bay I Love My Leather Jacket The Great Escape Brave Words () Push Rain Speak for Yourself Look for .
  3. Doudal
    Soft Bomb is the third album by New Zealand group The Chills, released in It was the follow-up to 'Submarine Bells' which had hit number 1 in New Zealand in Released to good reviews, 'Soft Bomb' was followed by a world tour with an enlarged Chills line-up.5/5(1).
  4. Dazahn
    album. Soft Bomb The Chills. 17 songs (50 minutes) Released on January 1, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. The Male Monster from the Id: 2. Background Affair: There Is No Point in Trying: The Entertainer: Water Wolves: Soft Bomb III: ℗ Slash Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company.
  5. Zulugore
    Jun 28,  · "Soft Bomb" is loaded with dichotomies and opposites, as if to suggest some fundamental duality of human nature. A snippet of a song on the album's first half, "There Is No Harm in Trying," is.
  6. Bralrajas
    Other tunes range from brawling (and overproduced?) rockers to the series of tracks called "Soft Bomb" scattered throughout the album like commercial breaks. More quirky numbers include the drunk music hall band arrangement on "There Is No Harm in Trying" and "Song for Randy Newman Etc.," an odd homage to the musician obliquely addressing 6/
  7. Kazigis
    Jul 29,  · The first Rush album is all about a band trying to find its voice. A few tweaks and "Take a Friend" would fit in with "Stranglehold"-era Ted Nugent. (Nugent may be a pig, but he put out some good.
  8. Tojalkree
    The Chills' new Soft Bomb was cut with yet another band, this one L.A.-based, and sounds at first like pure second-album syndrome--not great, and not for want of trying. It grows on you, though--pruned from 51 minutes down toward Submarine Bells 's 36, it might even be mistaken for an improvement.

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