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Carry on up the Charts: The Best of The Beautiful South is an album by English Alternative rock band The Beautiful South. It is the group's fifth album and their first greatest hits collection. It was a major commercial success, reaching number one in the UK Albums Chart and going on to become the second biggest selling album of 1994
The success was surprising, because while the Beautiful South had been modestly popular, their last few albums were sliding down the charts. However, their hits collection, Carry On Up the Charts, flew to number one and stayed there for weeks. It's nothing more than all their singles, yet compiled together they make the most convincing case for the Beautiful South's sly, cynical sophisticated pop. Carry on Up the Charts was finally released in the United States in the fall of 1995.
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Vocals, Performer – Dave Hemingway, Jacqueline Abbott, Paul Heaton. Written-By – Rotheray (tracks: 1 to 11, 13, 14), Heaton (tracks: 1 to 11, 13, 14). Notes. Variant 2 has 828 572-2 on the front of the CD, sleeve notes and back cover but the matrix on the back of the CD shows 828 570-2. Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA. Other (Distribution Code): BA 900.
However, their hits collection, Carry On Up the Charts, flew to number one and stayed there for weeks. by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. The Beautiful South - Carry on Up the Charts: The Best of the Beautiful South: . The Beautiful South - Carry on Up the Charts: The Best of the Beautiful South (1994). The Beautiful South - Let Love Speak Up Itself 07. The Beautiful South - Old Red Eyes Is Back 08. The Beautiful South - We Are Each Other 09. The Beautiful South - Bell Bottomed Tear 10. The Beautiful South - 36D 11. The Beautiful South - Good As Gold 12. The Beautiful South - Everybody's Talkin' 13. The Beautiful South - Prettiest Eyes 14. The Beautiful South - One Last Love Song. EAC Log. Exact Audio Copy V. beta 3 from 29.
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Carry On Up The Charts - The Best Of The Beautiful South. If you like amazingly well-produced vocal groups then The Beautiful South might be what you want. In fact, there's nothing here to not like. This collection entered the British charts at number one and is one of the most popular albums in British history. That should be worthy of notice even in the . These tunes are crazily magical, slyly inventive, sophisticated, jazzy-pop. The songs are written by Paul Heaton (of The Housemartins) and David Rotheray the group's guitarist. The vocals are by Heaton, Dave Hemingway (also of The Housemartins), and Jacqueline Abbott.
You Keep It All In. The Beautiful South. Carry On Up The Charts - The Best Of The Beautiful South. 03. I'll Sail This Ship Alone (Single Version). 05. My Book (Single Version). 06. Let Love Speak Up Itself (Paul Heaton Version). Carry On Up The Charts - The Best Of The Beautiful South
The Beautiful South were formed from the ashes of The Housemartins in 1989. Paul Heaton and David Hemmingway decided, in the wake of the break-up of their previous group, to form a new group almost immediately, choosing their new name as a sarcastic riposte to the reputation of the housemartins as boring, downbeat Northerners (the same reputation that had blighted their most clear influence, The Smiths). The assembled a line-up and released their first single within a year. This compilation was released in 1994, following four full-lengths. Song For Whoever Originally on Welcome To The Beautiful South. 5/5 Their first ever hit, and easily one of their best songs. You know how every other rock star has written a song about being a rock star" Well, this is the best song ever written about being a rock star, ever. It's essentially a power ballad, but it perverts the form and exposes its cynical, hollow underbelly. I wrote so many songs about you, I forgot your name. And the wake of that lyric, every cynical attempt to dedicate a song to a vague 'lost love'.