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Recurring Dream – Crowded House

Crowded House The Very Best Of Recurring Dream

Recurring Dream The Very Best Of

(1996), not rated
I’m not reviewing this – I generally think the band’s first four albums, particularly 1993’s utterly fantastic Together Alone are worth checking out individually, rather than this compilation. But it’s noteworthy for three new songs – although only the rhythmic ‘Instinct’ is comparable with their best work. Some editions also came with a great bonus disc – in particular, the epic ten minute ‘Hole In The River’ blows away its studio counterpart – and it’s well worth tracking down this version.

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