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Talk On Corners (Special Edition)
Talk On Corners (Special Edition)
Genres: Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
Limited edition pressing of the Irish siblings' hit 1998 &second album with 'Runaway', 'Forgiven Not Forgotten', 'WhatCan I Say' and 'So Young' (K-Klass mix) added as bonustracks. Also includes four postcards.


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All Artists: Corrs
Title: Talk On Corners (Special Edition)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Atlantic UK
Release Date: 1/13/2008
Album Type: Import
Genres: Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
Styles: Celtic, Europe, British Isles, Celtic New Age, Adult Contemporary, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075678091728


Album Description
Limited edition pressing of the Irish siblings' hit 1998 &second album with 'Runaway', 'Forgiven Not Forgotten', 'WhatCan I Say' and 'So Young' (K-Klass mix) added as bonustracks. Also includes four postcards.

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For want of hearing something new, try the Corrs.
Jim S. | san bernardino, california | 12/23/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This review has been a long time comin'. I first stumbled upon the Corrs by accident way back in March of this year, sometime around St. Patrick's Day. While channel surfing, I was able to watch the last half of their live performance at the Royal Albert Hall (somewhere in Europe). I believe this was way before their U.S. appearances on SNL and Rosie. It was quite a surprise to discover something different for a change, aside from what was usually heard playing on the radio everyday, at that time. Despite the fact that they're Irish, the Corrs' sound is so unique that I became an instant fan. Hence, I decided to order the video of the performance and this, the "special edition" cd. If you haven't seen the Corrs live, this cd is the next best thing. A majority of the songs are the same ones from the live performance I saw, even though they're the studio session/remix versions. Despite this, the music on the cd sounds great in its own right, whether you keep it in the car, at work, or on your playlist at home. Even though this is a re-release version of their second outing, you won't be disappointed. It's one of my favorites, make it yours."
Of all the Coors albums--buy this one...
kristi-bell | Ellensburg, WA USA | 11/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got this album without realizing it was a remix. As soon as I got it at home, I saw, and had a sinking feeling... REMIX? Yuch... One time in the ol' CD player and I was cured though--because it was absolutely great! I immediately bought the non-remix version and I am completely unimpressed by it.... I have all their albums--and I'd say if you are just getting into the Coors--try this first! You'll love it. If you don't love it--likely you won't enjoy the others much either. Although I never thought I'd say it--the remix version rocks!"
An awesome introduction to real music
M. Anderson | č | 07/03/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I 'stumbled' upon the Corrs through a PBS fundraiser, that I wouldn't have watched had it not been for the intriguing performers (the Corrs) being featured. My first introduction to them was through the radio single 'Runaway,' which caught my attention. It happened to be a case of "I like the song, but who sings it?" I asked around, but no one knew! (Wrong crowd, I guess!) So, thanks to the PBS special, I got that answer and a whole lot more. I bought the featured album and thought it might be the one cd I could take to an island or keep in the car if I could only have one cd! Well, the only reason this one gets 4 stars is because I recently found the ORIGINAL "Talk On Corners" in a used cd section while in VA. I like this album's version of "So Young," and prefer the original's verion of "Dreams." The special edition does sound a bit more 'pop' oriented when compared to the original, but it made an excellent intro to the group, for me. I also have "Forgiven..." and love that one too. This is one of the few groups that do the producers more justice than the other way around! They rule, and I'm looking forward to their next one!"