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Morcheeba’s Greatest

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Morcheeba have a “Best Of” album already? Yup, you heard that right. It seems like after the disappionting “Fragments of Freedom” my interest for this band all but dropped off the face of the earth. I’m not too familiar with “Charango” and I much preffered the mellower and much less commercial sounding “Big Calm” In fact, to this day the majority of songs on the band’s live sets derive from the earlier album.

However, this “Best Of” album seems to root out all the crap and leave only the good songs. Also, this way you get older songs like “Trigger Hippy” which is a fantastic song that has probably receieved a lot of air play in yuppy yellow Neon cars. yet i’d say this one is worth forking over the cash over… a good soundtrack for a relaxing summer.

The full tracklisting is as follows:

‘Sea’
‘Tape Loop’
‘Otherwise’
‘Blindfold’
‘Be Yourself’
‘Part Of The Process’
‘Let Me See’
‘Undress Me Now’
‘What’s Your Name’
‘Trigger Hippie’
‘Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day’
‘Over And Over’
‘What NY Couples Fight About’
‘World Looking In’
‘Moog Island’
‘Way Beyond’
‘Never An Easy Way Out’
‘Can’t Stand It’
‘What’s Your Name’

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