9 thoughts on “ Cant Fish - Pete And The Pirates* - One Thousand Pictures (CDr, Album)

  1. Can't Fish, by Pete and the Pirates, off of their sophomore album, One Thousand Pictures.
  2. May 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of One Thousand Pictures on Discogs/5(12).
  3. Feb 12,  · referencing One Thousand Pictures, CD, Album, SR The sympathetic Quintet Pete & The Pirates from Reading left all on his debut album Little Death () see to know how britpop supposed to sound: with three chords, played on gritty sounding Campfire guitars and with equally melodic as light nagging vocal melodies in which the singer his /5(19).
  4. Contrary to their name, which suggests they're some kind of forgotten Merseybeat outfit from the mid-'60s, Reading five-piece Pete & the Pirates have built up a formidable live reputation thanks to a sound which borrows from the post-punk scene of the early '80s and the cynical bedsit indie of the crysemenresystio.calpanisccambchetsatatharoundnotofo.coed by Brendan Lynch (Paul Weller, Primal Scream), their second album, One Thousand 6/
  5. Can't Fish Lyrics: Something you fear has just come to town / It’s taking over the kids and its making them crazy / I'm staying at home and not joining in / So stay by my side and watch me / One.
  6. Pete And The Pirates’s ‘perfect pop’ revival may not have set the world on fire since preppy, upbeat debut album Little Death a few years back, but the Reading five-piece haven’t exactly been sitting on their hands: Come To The Bar and United – as well as alt-radio favourite Cold Black Kitty – have piqued interest in an album that, if it can meet the standards of its forerunning.
  7. Pete & The Pirates One Thousand Pictures Review. Album. witnessed by the heavier guitar fest and gorgeous keyboard squiggle in the opening Can’t Fish. Cold Black Kitty is equally ramped-up.
  8. It is quite fitting to be reviewing One Thousand Pictures so long after it was released. Three long years have separated Pete and The Pirates' excellent debut record Little Death and this follow up, with the Reading quintet taking three attempts to produce an album that they were satisfied with. Worrying news for those on the outside looking in. Five minute long first single ‘Come To The Bar.
  9. One Thousand Pictures () The band's second album, One Thousand Pictures, produced by Brendan Lynch, was released in the UK on to much critical acclaim - the Sunday Express and Artrocker both gave the Album 5 star reviews and Mark Beaumont from NME gave the Album an 8/10 score, describing the music as "Pop in a tar-pit.

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