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The Music

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Product Details

  • Audio CD: (28 Oct. 2016)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition, Double CD, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Edsel
  • ASIN: B01LTHKW50
  • Other Editions: Audio CD |  MP3 Download

Customer Reviews

Five Stars

 on 10 September 2016
By Kindle Customer john Jackson
good cd

Who said indie was dead?

8 people found this helpful.
 on 7 May 2003
By Will Gibson
This, along with the recent Interpol album, is one of the best guitar albums of recent years.

All consuming

5 people found this helpful.
 on 9 December 2002
By Mr. M. J. A. Record
The Music are the band i’ve been waiting for my whole life without knowing it (along with everything Ginger has ever done). When i first heard “The People” i instantly fell in love with them, even though they were completely different to my usual taste.

Impressive & original debut

5 people found this helpful.
 on 10 January 2003
By Simon W
I would recommend anyone who likes The Roses, Charlatans and/or Led Zeppelin to buy this. Sure not every track is a classic and some of them do go on for possible one minute too long BUT there are some truly brilliant songs. Opener ‘The Dance’ is one of the best opening tracks of last year, when this is followed by ‘Take The Long Road………’ you have a perfect 1-2.


3 people found this helpful.
 on 7 January 2004
By Amazon Customer
First off, this lad can sing. I mean, REALLY sing. He may not cite them directly but I’m getting distinct early-blues vibes from him. Fred MacDowall or Sam Hopkins. He’s got a great wail and a good sense of phrasing. He can project ethereally or spit out funky, syncopated gobbets. It’s joyous to listen to him.

Album of the year for me

3 people found this helpful.
 on 2 April 2003
I first heard Take the Long Road on a compilation album and thought it was fantastic, then I heard People on another one and thought I have to find out if this group has an album out. For me they are the best band I’ve heard in years and it feels so good to be excited about music again.

Innovation Is The Key

9 people found this helpful.
 on 15 October 2003
By S. Wright
There’s been a lot of retro lately. Too much if I may say so, some good, mostly though, bad. Re-hashed riffs, ill-advised facial hair, and of course the growing word of the word…’The’. The Strokes, The White Stripes…so you might be fooled into thinking that 4 boys from Leeds who call themselves simply ‘The Music’, are of a similar variety. Well to a certain extent you would be correct, but to the rest of the extent, you’d be thinking cobblers. There is a distinct retro feel about The Music’s self-titled debut, but the difference between The Music and The Who-Gives-A-Toss-It’s-Rehashed-Stones-Riffs, is that The Music actually add something different…

Obvious, but brilliant!

19 people found this helpful.
 on 6 September 2002
I have followed The Music for at least a year having been impressed with the Stone Roses-esque sound of the original ‘Take the Long Road and Walk It’. Ever since then, with The People Ep for example, they have shown steady progress, which gradually increased my expectations for the album.

Ohwhoohwhoa Listen to The Music!

7 people found this helpful.
 on 9 September 2002
By Amazon Customer
Having been drawn to The Music by their impressive live support slots and EPs I knew pretty much what to expect from this album. A Led Zep rock foundation supplemented by a stoned rock cacophony, some funk/dance/baggy influenced drumming and one of the strongest vocal talents to emerge in recent years. Indeed, it is worth buying this just to hear the range, agility and overall ability of the lead singer Robert Harvey.

Take The Long Road And STRUT It

13 people found this helpful.
 on 20 January 2004
By Cashman
The Music ARE the greatest thing to ever come out of Leeds, no doubt about it. This electric debut album breaks all boundaries forming a new genre in itself. Yes, that is right, to fit this band to a single genre would be impossible, they have set the trend for others to follow, with such a high standard that others will probably fall flat on their face copying it.
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