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Overnite - Scritti Politti - Provision (Cassette)

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  1. As 'Provision,' Scritti Politti's newest album, proves, these British popsoulsters can make a dizzy, glistening brand of song – rapt music. Cupid & Psyche 85, their previous album, was a diverse package of likable rhythm & blues, a full-bodied approximation of East Coast cool and the West Coast sparkle of Shalamar in its prime.
  2. Scritti Politti - Provision Album Lyrics; 1. All That We Are: 2. Bam Salute: 3. Best Thing Ever: 4. Boom! There She Was (Dub) 5. First Boy in This Town (Lovesick) 6. Oh Patti (Don't Feel Sorry for Loverboy) 7. Oh Patti (Extended) 8. Overnite: 9. Philosophy Now: Sugar and Spice.
  3. Overnite Scritti Politti. Album Provision. Overnite Lyrics [Verse 1] When I was seventeen (Tell us about it, Green) There was a world to know about (Check it out).
  4. SCRITTI POLITTI Provision NEW WAVE Cassette. $ + $ Shipping. SCRITTI POLITTI CUPID & PSYCHE 85 CASSETTE TAPE VIRGIN UK $ + $ Shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. Mouse over to Zoom-Click to enlarge. X. Have one to sell? Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. "Provision" is generally agreed to be the least successful album of Scritti Politti's output. However, even a lesser Scritti Politti album contains more excellent moments than a lot of artists manage over a whole career. Highlights on "Provision" include "Boom!/5(28).
  6. Boom! There She Was Lyrics: The Tupamaros got a platinum card, all right / I got a heart of gold and it's time to get hard and I like it / A Moto Guzzi I gotta way to get rich, all right / I gotta.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Provision on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - ,Warner Bros. Records - 9 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Downtempo, Synth-pop/5(6).
  8. Provision expands the frothy, synthesized blue-eyed soul of Cupid & Psyche 85 by emphasizing the bouncy, mechanical dance-pop rhythms and creating lush backing tracks with layers of keyboards. To be certain, it's a pleasant listen, and several tracks are pretty entertaining, but the music is so lightweight and Green Gartside's voice is so thin that the album virtually disappears into thin air.

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