1984
Label: Virgin - VIL-6103 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Indie Rock
The Pale Fountains - Pacific Street (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · 'Pacific Street' by Liverpudlians Pale Fountains is simply a beautiful album, carrying such great tunes like Something On My Mind or You'll Start A War. In winter these tunes scare away the melancholy and in summer it boosts high spirits. This album has always accompanied me through my life and is today as fresh as it was /5().

Pacific Street is one of the top three pop masterpieces of the 's -- other two being Prefab Sprout - Steve McQueen and Style Council - Our Favorite Shop. If you liked those, you'll like the Spanish-tinged, guitar-driven songs of the Pale Fountains. Adventurous and spirited, though the singing has its off moments, musicianship is solid /5(23).

The Pale Fountains were the first band Michael Head of Shack and Strands fame was in. This is their debut record plus assorted b-sides and singles from the same era. It is pleasant enough, and makes a nice companion piece to HMS Fable. Sadly though, some of the tracks are better represented on the 12 inch singles if you can find them/5(4).

 · Pacific Street, an Album by The Pale Fountains. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. CDV ; CD). Genres: Jangle Pop, Indie Pop, Sophisti-Pop/5(6).

After an intense year in the studio, the Pale Fountains' first LP, the bossa nova-inflected Pacific Street, finally appeared in ; after such a relatively long absence from the limelight, the group had lost its status as media darlings, and the record fared poorly.


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