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Pull me in

by Splendid

Radio hits with Telecasters and melodies to die for.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. The Godfather Part III
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2. The Only One
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3. Shining on You
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4. Someone elses Dream
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5. Waiting
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6. Until the rain comes down
3:49 $0.99
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7. Hole in my Soul
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8. You can do it
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9. How to fly
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10. Sunbeam
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"'Pull me in' is the second album from Scottish based band Splendid. The first four tracks are breathtaking, and the tunes stick to your mind even before the songs are over. "The Godfather part III"'s crescendo and "The Only One"'s catchy chorus are maybe the highlights of an album that confirms Alan Windram's amazing talent as a radio friendly songwriter." - (Oct 99 Rainsound online review)

If you love well crafted guitar pop with catchy hooks and melodies from heaven then 'Pull me in' is the album you have been waiting for.

"...the band bring to singer Alan Windram's songs some amazing lead guitar work and harmonies that can reach almost Mamas And Papas proportions." - (Aug 99 The Scotsman)

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George Falconer

Just the job when you are in the bath
Well, these Scottish chaps can sing thier socks off! This was just the tonic when I was lying in the bath, soaking off the days grime and a hard evening rehearsing with...err...Splendid...
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Paul

Fantastic second album from Edinburgh's Splendid!
Quite why this band are not famous is beyond me, Splendid have immense talent both live, and here, on their second album. Pull Me In sticks out from the crowded, heavily marketed, manufactured world of todays music because unlike many other records out there all the songs are actually good! From the glorious opening track 'The Godfather Part III' through the melancholic 'Until the Rain Comes Down' to the anthemic 'How to Fly' each song is a celebration of raw musical talent. Get a copy, turn out the lights, sit back and have a truly Splendid experience!
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Sandy

Not bad at all
A good performance from the guys. I still prefer the first album though. Some cool solos and groovy riffs. I think Splendid will go far. I like the interesting boy on the front cover, nice van. Solid album, well worth the money.
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Alan


What more can I say, its a great CD, just listen to those sound clips, some of the other tracks are even better, buy it now!!!
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Stewart Mason

'Pull Me In' is unfailingly catchy and tuneful pop
The second album by the Edinburgh pop trio Splendid (not to be confused with the U.S.-Australian duo Splendid fronted by ex-Frente! singer Angie Hart) sounds like it should have come out in 1984, not 2000, and on one of the now-legendary indies of that era, like Factory Benelux, Les Disques du Crepuscule, or Cherry Red. Shimmering indie pop from the days when that meant bowl-haired kids awkwardly posing in anoraks and making gloriously unaffected, semi-naïve guitar pop with artless but undeniably affecting harmonies, Pull Me In sounds like the sort of album that, in an alternate universe, could be huge. Singer/guitarist Alan Windram isn't much of a lyricist, but his melodies are as good as anything from his fellow Scots Teenage Fanclub or the Pearlfishers, especially the soaring opener "The Godfather Part III." The tunes jangle along pleasantly, and while hardly earthshaking, Pull Me In is unfailingly catchy and tuneful pop. ~ Stewart Mason, All Music Guide
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Matt Brown

Great guitar sound, awesome vocals- Splendid has the whole package.
You guys better send me another copy of this CD. I've only had it a week and I'm wearing that baby out !!!!! The telecaster guitar sound is crisp, clean and full of great hooks. The vocals are great, and the songwriting first rate as well. Man am I glad I stumbled onto this band. I've got about 400 CDs at home and this is my favorite by far. There are no songs I skip over. My favorites are "Hole in my Soul", "Waiting" and "The Only One", but I love them all. Please let me know when their first CD comes back in stock so I can wear that one out too. I hope you guys make it over the pond to the USA (and specifically Maine) sometime, because I'd love to see these songs live. Best of luck and call me if you need an US promo volunteer Best regards Matt Brown in Maine
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