British Electric Foundation - Music of Quality and Distinction Volume 2
CD, Album, UK, 1991
No. Just plain no. Compared to volume one, this is a major disappointment. Not due to the talent that is involved with the album, but the arrangements and the song choices I feel are mediocre at best. Even the great Billy MacKenzie comes off so-so, and a man of his talent should never ever be in that taste bracket. The album reeks of middle-age thinking with a great lack of passion. Imagine going to the worst yuppie bar on the planet, and this album being played - it will be the perfect soundtrack for that environment. In theory this could have been an interesting album, with the Heaven 17 guys doing their take on soul music, but alas, it is passionate music done un-passion like. No.