Blue States ‎– Man Mountain

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1 Metro Sound
2 What We've Won
Vocals – Tahita Bulmer
3 Colouration
4 Only Today
Vocals – Tahita Bulmer
5 Studio 20
6 Bare Bones
7 Season Song
Vocals – Tahita Bulmer
8 Man Mountain
9 The Winfield Audition
10 Doublespeak
Vocals – Tahita Bulmer
11 Halfway Highway
12 Adrift
Vocals – Tahita Bulmer
Bonus Track
13 The Interceptors

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLMICD155 Blue States Man Mountain(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Memphis Industries XLMICD155 UK 2002 Sell This Version
7243 8130012 1 Blue States Man Mountain(CD, Album) XL Recordings 7243 8130012 1 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
XLMICD 155 Blue States Man Mountain(CD, Album) Soyuz Music, XL Recordings XLMICD 155 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
XLMI 155 CDP Blue States Man Mountain(CD, Album, Promo) XL Recordings, Memphis Industries XLMI 155 CDP UK 2002 Sell This Version
XLMILP155 Blue States Man Mountain(2xLP, Album) XL Recordings, Memphis Industries XLMILP155 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

October 14, 2014
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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 25, 2004

After the marvelous <I>Nothing Under the Sun</I>, Blue States gives us their second album <I>Man Mountain</I>, and it’s somewhat disappointing. Even though the first track, “Metro Sound,” brings the same sonic quality that made their first album so wonderful, the rest of the album slips by with nothing that really catches your attention. Part of the problem may be the vocals; while Tahita Bulmer is a competent enough singer, Mr. Dragazis may be relying too much on the vocals to carry the song, rather than having the song present for the vocals to enhance. “Only Today” is poppy and moves beautifully but leaves and empty feeling after it finishes. The chorus effect on “Season Song” is an intriguing touch, but it pales in comparison to any one of the tracks on <I>Nothing Under the Sun</I>. It’s not to say that this album is bad -- I was simply hoping for another stunner.