STACKRIDGE Something For The Weekend

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Gorgeous tunes, skilfully played with just the right amount of light and shade, and recorded with evident love and care, rendered one of the band’s best.

With the oxygen of Angel Air, this reissue, with bonus unreleased demos, should fly further than before. And justifiably so.

Peter Muir, www.getreadytorock.com (May 2007)


…lyrically Stackridge remained just as eccentric as ever

Kevin Bryan, Hartlepool Mail (May 2007)


…it’s absolutely flipping, flapping, flupping brilliant. What a stunner of a selection of songs…this is on a level with Rubber Soul and Sgt. Peppers.

Geoff Smiles, Classic Rock Society (July 2007)


Deeply melodic, strikingly hook-laden, Something For The Weekend is classic Stackridge, updated for the modern era, and so much more adventurous than most 70s reunions could even dream of proving. Maybe they should try again?

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (June 2007)

 

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