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Between 10th and 11th

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Between 10th and 11th

Studio album by The Charlatans
GenreAlternative rock , Madchester , Britpop alternative dance , Neo-Psychedelia
LabelSituation Two , Beggars Banquet
Length43 : 41
ProducerFlood
Recorded1991
Released23 March 1992

For this belated deluxe Edition, original album has not been remastered. That is probably good, as never has album Sound in less need of it. What has been remastered are extra disc's worth of tracks from the 1991 concert at Metro in Chicago. These have been much-bootleg and sought after by fans, at least according to folks at Beggars Banquet. The show is cracking, another reminder that Charlatans always were powerful, charismatic live act. But there are problems. Record Between 10 and 11 was release, concert features zero songs from that album, and so provides no historical context. Good-quality live recordings of between 10 and 11 tours exist, so why were they not used and several live tracks are among contemporaneous B-sides and alternate mixes that, while probably already collected by many fans, might have been neatly compiled here. In his Twitter Listening Party comments, Burgess intimate some of the album's songs go through many varied incarnations. Hearing these evolutions in context might have been enlightening, but none are include. Even in its deluxe version, Between 10 and 11 still isn't given its proper due as one of the best British albums of the early 1990s. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess has been hosting Tim's Twitter Listening Party. Fans and artists listen to favorite albums in real-time, tweeting responses, insights, and bits of trivia. It is a brilliant way to bring music lovers together. Naturally, several of Charlatans' albums have been feature. During episode for Between 10 and 11, band's 1992 sophomore Album, Burgess comment, Listening to all songs on the Album is ace. I forget how good some of these songs are. Surely, he was not the only one. After forming in 1988 amid the UK's baggy dance-rock scene, Charlatans found whirlwind success with their single Only One I Know and debut album Some Friendly. They were understandably overwhelmed and not a little uncertain about how to follow it up. They start by sacking their guitarist, Jon Baker, whom they felt was holding them back creatively, and replacing him with Mark Collins. Hiring hot hand producer Flood, they write most of what becomes between 10 and 11 in the studio, recording basic tracks and then handing them off to Flood to strip down, enhance, and rearrange. Results were poorly receive, both commercially and critically. The band could not seem to move on from between 10 and 11 quickly enough, dropping most of its songs from their live set after the obligatory tour. In Burgess' 2012 memoir, album gets little more than cursory mention. As is often the case with black sheep albums, however, time has provided different perspectives on between 10 and 11. It become, and remain, fan favorite. Remove from burdens of uncertainty and overhyped expectations, band's huge leaps in maturity and sonic sophistication come to fore.

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Track listing

Table

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."I Don't Want to See the Sights"4:53
2."Ignition"3:03
3."Page One"4:12
4." Tremelo Song "Blunt, Brookes, Burgess, R. Collins4:38
5."The End of Everything"5:49
6."Subtitle"4:12
7."Can't Even Be Bothered"Blunt, Brookes, Burgess, R. Collins3:40
8." Weirdo "Blunt, Brookes, Burgess, R. Collins3:38
9."Chewing Gum Weekend"5:05
10."(No One) Not Even the Rain"Blunt, Brookes, Burgess, R. Collins4:24
11." Me. In Time " (Japanese bonus track)3:30

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AllMusic Review by Ned Raggett

Few debut albums ever arrive so nearly perfectly form; that in Flat Field practically single-handedly invents what remains for many as stereotype of goth music-wrack, at times spindly vocals about despair and desolation of many kinds, sung over mysterious and moody music-demonstrate sui generis power of both band and its work. This say, perhaps the best thing about the album isn't what it's supposed to sound like, but what it actually does: a powerful, glam-inspired rock band firing on all fours, capable of restraint and complete overdrive both, fronted by a charismatic, storming frontman. Starting with the challenging angst of double Dare, with shattering guitar over curious but fierce stop-start rhythm while Murphy rages ever more strongly on top, in Flat Field contains a wide variety of inspirations and ideas. The Astonishingly precise rhythm section of David J and Haskins pulls off a variety of jaw-dropping performances, including the high-paced tension of the title track and brooding crawl from spy in Cab. Ash, much like his longtime hero Mick Ronson, turns out to be a master of turning relatively simple guitar parts into apocalyptic explosions, from background fill on. Vitus Dance to the brutal descending chords of stigmata Martyr. Murphy, meanwhile, channels as much Iggy Pop as he does Bowie, proving to be no simple copyist of either, able to both maniacally sing-shout and take a somewhat lighter touch throughout. Concluding with seven-minute nerves, aptly title piece that alternates between understated energy and unleashed power toward dramatic ending, in Flat Field starts off Bauhaus ' album career with a near-perfect bang.

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