Strange Kind of Love ()


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Much of Love & Money's 1988 album, Strange Kind of Love, sounds like music emanating from a pub at three in the morning. James Grant's despondent, husky voice and lovelorn narratives echo the heartache of lonely souls crying in their whiskey glasses. A pointed line in "Jocelyn Square" summarizes his downcast mood: "I loved you so much I hated your guts." However, don't expect gothic angst la the Cure or the Smiths' jangly sorrow. Rather, these Scotsmen look to America for inspiration: funk, blues, jazz, and country. With ...

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  1. Halleluiah Man
  2. Shape of Things to Come
  3. Strange Kind of Love
  4. Axis of Love
  5. Jocelyn Square
  6. Walk the Last Mile
  7. Razorsedge
  8. Inflammable
  9. Up Escalator
  10. Avalanche
  11. Scapegoat
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