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Rock: 90's Rock Pop: British Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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I can see your house from here

by The Scooters

The second album by the boys from Wales UK, it takes Brit-Rock beyond it's usual constraints while keeping The Scooters sound intact. Nominated for The Short List Music Project 2002 (shortlistofmusic.com) Produced by John Mastro
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. This is How it Ends
3:51 album only
2. GBH
3:25 album only
3. Guess Who?
4:52 album only
4. 5 O'clock
2:54 album only
5. six eight
3:52 album only
6. Paperback
5:04 album only
7. Broadway Mission
3:45 album only
8. Tranny Song
3:59 album only
9. Cry
4:39 album only
10. You Want It All
6:46 album only
11. The Hardest Thing
5:33 album only


Album Notes
"A weld of acoustic charm with sprigs of brass and electric, we're dealing with the perfect vehicle for great songwriting" - Honk Magazine UK

"Slowly turning into the Cymru Coldplay" - Buzz Magazine

"Working a timeless pop tradition their sharp, original songs provided a full evening's thrills." - Washington Post - Live review

"If the Stone Roses were 'the resurrection' of vital British guitar pop, The Scooters prove on their second LP that they're at least worthy of incarnate status." - CMJ Magazine, USA

"...with this album The Scooters demand to be heard and hopefully will be, because they deserve it" - The Daily Texan, Austin, USA

"The Scooters are just pure pop -- plain and simple, elegant and catchy. And sometimes that's just enough" - Austin Chronicle, TX, USA

"...gorgeous, graceful songwriting. the album stretches out and soars with shimmering three-part harmonies and hook-driven Power Pop. they are currently bearing the cultural torch in search of the perfect song" - Cincinnati City Beat, USA

"A shimmering, gorgeous, harmony-laden affair, it's packed with big hooks; lush, intricate production, and a self-awareness that keeps it from becoming self-indulgent. Great stuff, this!" - The Buffalo News, USA

"The sound is timeless. These guys could be huge. They already sound that way." - SLAMM, San Diego Music Magazine

"There's a refreshing lack of self-conscious cleverness all throughout I Can See Your House from Here, as though The Scooters ignored the idea of showing off their cunning songwriting skills and just wrote good songs" - Seattle Tablet, USA

"The album features a number of new sonic twists for the boys-- everything from Travis-esque string arrangements to Spiritualized fuzz-bass freak-outs. See them now because you can."- Pitchfork Music Magazine, USA



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Music that is full of life
Whether the song is soft, upbeat, or something in between the music is flawless. With each new track comes a sound that is refined and this is a cd made for listening over and over again.

Rodger Christmann

A true masterpiece
This is just fantastic music, and it's a must have!
Grab it and it will grab you. I am listening over and over
again. Great job!


good solid mellow music
This is a great CD, and if there is any justice in the world, this band will be huge. 'Guess Who' and 'Tranny Song' sound like they could be part of the prolific Oasis arsenal.

Scott Nielson

Terrific pop sound with great harmonies and catchy tunes...
You simply must purchase this CD! The album is great from start to finish. What can I say...I'm a fan. I keep playing this thing!


V Good
All fun stuff, with the first song being far and away the best. Similar to the Bluetones (successful UK Britpoppers) in sound and vocals. Turns out they're from my home town too, which is always good. Nice!


Brit-pop at it's best
Brit-pop at it's best! Shades of Coldplay, Oasis and even the Beatles. These boys must surely go far. A must-listen CD.