MP3 Tears In X-Ray Eyes - Half-Life
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Bittersweet tales of love and loss from a London bedsit - heartfelt and brimming with restless ambition - What’s On In London called it "a work of pure genius".
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"This remarkable debut by Tim Closs has been re-issued. Which is just as well, as it’s a work of pure genius"
- Richard Fallon, What’s On In London, Feb 2002
"Lovelorn lyrical sharpness not heard since Morrissey took a sharp right-turn into irrelevancy"
- April Long, NME, Dec 2000
Tears In X-Ray Eyes’ debut album, ’Half-Life’, was released on February 4th 2002 on test tube records.
An understated mixture of heartfelt vocals and cinematic arrangements, ’Half-Life’ exquisitely captures a sense of suburban lostness and disillusionment. Exploring feelings of frustration and restless ambition, the album sparkles with songs that are loving, lovelorn and full of pathos: "Don’t read those teenage magazines", pleads ’London’s Most Unwanted Child’.
Two double A-side singles, ’Stained Glass’/’Don’t Crush The One You Love’ (February 2001) and ’Open Wide’/’London’s Most Unwanted Child’ (May 2001) on test tube paved the way for ’Half-Life’ with positive critical reactions.
In equal parts fragile and epic, ’Half-Life’ is warm; never over-bleak: ’Keep Us Together’ and ’Independence Day’ turn from brooding melancholy into something joyous.