The Charlatans ‎– Between 10th And 11th

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Situation Two ‎– SITU 37
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A1 I Don't Want To See The Sights 4:52
A2 Ignition 3:03
A3 Page One 4:13
A4 Tremelo Song 4:38
A5 The End Of Everything 5:50
B1 Subtitle
Producer [Original Recording Produced By] – Hugh Jones
4:12
B2 Can't Even Be Bothered 3:41
B3 Weirdo 3:38
B4 Chewing Gum Weekend 5:05
B5 (No One) Not Even The Rain 4:23

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Issued in a textured picture sleeve. Includes a printed card inner sleeve with song lyrics, credits and artwork.
Front cover distinguishable from the other countries editions by having a slightly smaller font, and therefore narrower, 'Charlatans' in the grey strip.

Track durations stated on centre labels.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 153711 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093153711
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, etched): SITU 37 A1 DAMONT STILL A COMMIE....
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, etched): SITU 37 B2 DAMONT ....AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SITU 37 CD The Charlatans Between 10th And 11th(CD, Album) Situation Two SITU 37 CD UK 1992 Sell This Version
30996 The Charlatans Between 10th And 11th(CD, Album) Situation Two 30996 France 1992 Sell This Version
SA 3234 The Charlatans Between 10th And 11th(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Virgin SA 3234 France 1992 Sell This Version
61108-4, BEG 07863 61108-4 The Charlatans UK* Between 10th And 11th(Cass, Album, Son) RCA Victor, Beggars Banquet 61108-4, BEG 07863 61108-4 US 1992 Sell This Version
TKCB-70359 The Charlatans Between 10th And 11th(CD, Album) Beggars Banquet TKCB-70359 Japan 1992 Sell This Version

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January 27, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

As close to perfection as an album of this era by this type of band can get. Utterly consistent emotional spectrum carries throughout the entire album creating a very cohesive whole. Individual songs don't seem to matter necessarily, which goes along perfectly with a (paraphrased) quote from vocalist Tim Burgess from that era: the vocals and lyrics were considered just another instrument, part of the aesthetic, and his voice communicated much more through the emotive language of music and the sounds created than it did lyrically via the English language. Obviously the rhythms are shuffly, often danceable, but rarely underplayed or otherwise cliched. This is the sound of a well-gelled band meshing with very deft and complementary production. The very low and full bass present meshes seamlessly with the drums into a potent and stable foundation for nearly every song. The keyboards are used cleverly, sometimes at the forefront with organ and sometimes more as an atmopsheric backdrop. There's a very water-and-air feeling to the proceedings, a sort of pure and idealized weather floating over some pleasant dream terrain where violence and speed seem like alien concepts.