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Television 4:41
Fading 5:52
Love Again 3:41
I Can't See Why 4:50
Ballad Of Behaviour 4:43
Political 6:34
Possible 3:48
All Of My Pride 4:39
So Much I've Heard 4:35
Oh My Love 4:55

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 46986-2 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Maverick, Warner Bros. Records 9 46986-2 US 1998 Sell This Version
9362469862 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Maverick, Warner Music Australia 9362469862 Australia & New Zealand 1998 Sell This Version
CDW 46986 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Maverick, Warner Bros. Records CDW 46986 Canada 1998 Sell This Version
9362-46986-2 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Maverick 9362-46986-2 Europe 1998 Sell This Version
PRIMCD 002 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Primal Music PRIMCD 002 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version
WPCR-2208 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album) Maverick, Warner Bros. Records WPCR-2208 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
2-46986-AB Baxter Baxter(CD, Promo, Adv) Maverick 2-46986-AB US 1998 Sell This Version
9 46986-2 Baxter Baxter(CD, Album, RP) Maverick, Warner Bros. Records 9 46986-2 US Unknown Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 4, 2009
referencing Baxter, CD, Album, 9 46986-2

Sweden’s Baxter emerged at a time when female-fronted trip-hop groups had conquered the electronic world, but Baxter’s eponymous debut tries to stand out from the pack with some drum ‘n’ bass rhythms. Nina Ramsby’s vocals have a cool, affectless quality that work wonderfully on the moody “Television” or the mournful and string-laden “I Can’t See Why.” The deep, thrumming bass on “Love Again” takes a page from _Mezzanine_-era Massive Attack, and “Ballad of Behaviour” has a tinge of romanticism. “So Much I’ve Heard” throws a slight curveball, introducing a discordant horn and vocals that are spoken rather than sung. But overall the tracks seem to all be of a piece, without the diversity or excitement that makes a group like Lamb rise above the fray.
eric2019

eric2019

October 26, 2003
referencing Baxter, CD, Album, 9 46986-2
Baxter was a complete surprised to me. I found this in the used section under the $1 and under pile. The cover looked interesting enough but it turned out to be one of the best finds I ...eh, found !

I describe this is a strange mixture of "trip-hop" and drum and bass". All I loathe to use the "trip hop" label but it fits. You can pretty much find this in any used CD stacks and usually for really cheap so next time you seee it, pick it up. Their new album has moved beyond the original sound.