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Having been fully impressed by this German band's first record (also on Jigsaw) - not to mention the fact that the debut album from Hans' earlier band, Seaside Stars, stands as one of the best janglepop albums of this century! - it was pretty much a no-brainer that I'd be involved in their follow-up. Once again, Hanemoon have served up a dozen perfect midtempo jangly guitarpop hits in the style of later Teenage Fanclub, Dropkick or Cosmic Rough Riders, with the utmost attention given to melody and harmony. I've always found Hans Forster to be one of the better powerpop songwriters around today, and this album only provides more proof!
Having been fully impressed by this German band's first record (also on Jigsaw) - not to mention the fact that the debut album from Hans' earlier band, Seaside Stars, stands as one of the best janglepop albums of this century! - it was pretty much a no-brainer that I'd be involved in their follow-up. Once again, Hanemoon have served up a dozen perfect midtempo jangly guitarpop hits in the style of later Teenage Fanclub, Dropkick or Cosmic Rough Riders, with the utmost attention given to melody and harmony. I've always found Hans Forster to be one of the better powerpop songwriters around today, and this album only provides more proof!
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Last Thing I Heard
Artist: Hanemoon
Format: CD
New: Available $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Way We Came
2. All Attention on the Wildfire
3. It's All About You
4. Under Canvas
5. The Land Remains
6. Not My Fault
7. Cuddle Up
8. The Ancient Times
9. My Caravan
10. Mindless Princess
11. Anything Is Something Else
12. My God

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Having been fully impressed by this German band's first record (also on Jigsaw) - not to mention the fact that the debut album from Hans' earlier band, Seaside Stars, stands as one of the best janglepop albums of this century! - it was pretty much a no-brainer that I'd be involved in their follow-up. Once again, Hanemoon have served up a dozen perfect midtempo jangly guitarpop hits in the style of later Teenage Fanclub, Dropkick or Cosmic Rough Riders, with the utmost attention given to melody and harmony. I've always found Hans Forster to be one of the better powerpop songwriters around today, and this album only provides more proof!

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