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Unavailable for many years, 'Finn' (1995) has been re-released to coincide with The Finn Brothers' 2004 album. This album is the first time Neil & Tim Finn have teamed up since Crowded House's 1991 album 'Woodface'. Highli... more »
Unavailable for many years, 'Finn' (1995) has been re-released to coincide with The Finn Brothers' 2004 album. This album is the first time Neil & Tim Finn have teamed up since Crowded House's 1991 album 'Woodface'. Highlights include 'Eyes Of The World', 'Last Day Of June', 'Angels Heap', & 'Where Is My Soul'. EMI. 2004.
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Sparse, but good.
Michael G. Romano | Bend, OR | 01/03/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I'm used to listening to Neil Finn's more recent albums and most of his music sounds pretty "full" (multiple instruments, background vocals, etc). This album was a little on the mellow and sparse side, but it is still definately worth buying if you're a fan."
Never understood the fried egg on the album cover
Pastor of Disaster | Wexford, Ireland | 12/31/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is not Woodface part 2, but rather an odd collection of orphan songs that fetched up together on this disc. But because the Finns are together, there is always something to hear, something to learn, something to ponder in their work. It really should be compared and contrasted to the "new" Finn album, this one lacks the emotional cohesion and slick production "Everyone is Here" has, but its nevertheless a charming instruction manual to the songwriters art, and perhaps illustrates more than any other of their albums, the thought processes of the Finn brothers."