Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Frente! - 2007 B-Sides and Rareties

Band : Frente!
Album : B-Sides and Rareties
Release Year : 2007
Genre : Indie

Tracklist :
01 Open Up Your Heart and Let the Sun Shine In
02 Accidentally Kelly Street (acoustic)
03 Ordinary Angels (acoustic)
04 Horrible (Acoustic)
05 Face Like A Spider
06 Bill's O Bubblin
07 Get Real
08 Clare (Fairground Attraction cover)
09 Clouds (Go Betweens tribute)
10 I Want You Back (Acoustic) (2-Meter Session; Jackson 5 cover)
11 Lonely (Acoustic)
12 Most Beautiful (acoustic)
13 I Miss You
14 Many Wings (Dolly Parton cover)
15 Here You Come Again (Dolly Parton cover)
16 Ruby's Arms (Tom Waits cover)
17 Thinking Darling
18 Testimony (Vara Radio Holland)
19 Sit On My Hands (Live, College Radio)
20 Cuscutlan (Live, College Radio)
21 Oh Brilliance (Vara Radio Holland)
22 Accidentally Kelly Street (live in Amsterdam)
23 Ordinary Angels (Vara Radio Holland)
24 Testimony (Live, College Radio)
25 Blue
26 Hallelujah (Custard)
27 Why'd You Do It (Marianne Faithful cover)

Well, may be this is a stupid stuff that i ever post!! why i posting it?? Because i love it!! And it's fucking rare dude, you can't find it anywhere except here!! For those who don't know about Frente! you better try to listen to them, cause they are awesome. I started to listen to them since i was a kid, 6 or 7 years old i don't know, i kinda forget about!!

Frente! was an Australian alternative pop/Indie group, formed in 1991. The lineup featured singer Angie Hart, founder and guitarist Simon Austin, bassist Tim O’Connor (later replaced by Bill McDonald), and drummer Mark Picton (later replaced by Alastair Barden).
Frente’s Indie sound and adult contemporary groove trudged through the mish-mosh of the mid nineties Grunge Alternative trend and came out on the other side, older wiser and squeeky clean. Untainted by the anger and aggresion of that era, Frente digs grooves such as hippy-friendly tunes like Accidently Kelly Street, and Most Beautiful. Marvin, The Album, glistened as what could best be described as an “album version” of a one hit wonder. Frente attained radio play recognition and a music video release with the single Labour of Love and followed it up with the remake New Order cover, Bizarre Love Triangle and Chris Knox cover, Not Given Lightly.

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