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The CharlatansBetween 10th And 11th

Label:Situation Two – SITU 37 CD
CD, Album
Style:Indie Rock


1I Don't Want To See The Sights4:52
3Page One4:13
4Tremelo Song4:38
5The End Of Everything5:50
Producer [Original Recording Produced By]Hugh Jones
7Can't Even Be Bothered3:41
9Chewing Gum Weekend5:05
10(No One) Not Even The Rain4:23

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℗&© 1992 Situation Two - Beggars Banquet Records Limited.
Made in England.

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  • Barcode: 5 012093 153728
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): SITU 37 CD · 1:6 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): SITU 37 CD · 1:1 MASTERED BY NIMBUS

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Beggars Banquet US, RCABEG 07863 61108-2, 61108-2US1992
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Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Situation Two30978France1992
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Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album, Stereo)Beggars BanquetALCB 495Japan1992
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Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Beggars Banquet GermanySPV 084-05092Germany1992
Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Situation Two, Situation Two031.1037.20, SITU 37CDBenelux1992


hansblitz2's avatar
Edited 2 years ago
Defenitely the peak of their work. Great Album One of my favourites from England in the 90ties.

pyenapple's avatar
Edited 3 years ago
This album definitely deserves an expanded, remastered reissue, à la the double disc version of "Some Friendly" that was released for that album's 20th anniversary in 2010. There are SO many b-sides and outtakes associated with this album that I'd suggest a small box set, really. One disc for the album, remastered; two discs for b-sides; one disc for radio live sessions (and maybe demos? I'd love to hear what they had before Flood's effervescent production washed over it...) Surely there'd be enough demand for a thousand-run?
Spatzo's avatar
Edited 4 years ago
There is not one bad track on this great record! Now reissue this on vinyl, please.
2734's avatar
This is the band at the height of their powers and the depth of their despair. The Charlatans are criminaly under-rated in the music press and attract little attention. But one listen to their music is all that's needed to become a fan. They're still around long after many of their more highly lauded contemporaries have disappeared. Quite simply superb and well worth a listen. For anyone who likes British guitar bands then you must own this album
Crijevo's avatar
Edited 4 years ago
I remember when The Charlatans scored this album, many were expressively disgusted with them - didn't understand it then, still don't understand it now. Personally, 'Between 10th & 11th' was quite a statement for me, after 'Madchester' kickstart 'Some Friendly' which, despite a classic, is obvious of The Charlatans' youth soundcheck on The Stone Roses in both, sound and image.

They did their best to become a respectable band nowadays, however the early days of The Charlatans remain more dynamic; and to an extent more experimental - 'Between' is a mixed affair of still-'Madchester' dialogues and something way more adventurous.

For most fans up to that point, the group sounded lost without getting anywhere particular, but this album is a brave, welcome step away from 'Madchester' stereotypes provoked by countless imitators back then - ironically, which many seem to have never really cried over. And 'The Only One I Know' is definitely not the best song The Charlatans did, it is just a deserved hit - there is a difference....