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Ask Me Tomorrow
Mojave 3
Ask Me Tomorrow
Genre: Alternative Rock
 
Domestic reissue of 1995 debut by 4AD band featuring former Slowdive members Neil Halstead, Rachel Goswell and Ian McCuutcheon. Nine tracks total. 1999 release.

      
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All Artists: Mojave 3
Title: Ask Me Tomorrow
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: 4AD
Genre: Alternative Rock
Style: Indie & Lo-Fi
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Domestic reissue of 1995 debut by 4AD band featuring former Slowdive members Neil Halstead, Rachel Goswell and Ian McCuutcheon. Nine tracks total. 1999 release.

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Ethereal...yet down to earth beauty
J. Holmes | yokohama, japan | 01/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"i'm not sure that i was fully prepared for the absolute new standard of beauty that was formed in my heart when i first heard this lovely little album back in 1996. when the first sweet sounds floated out of my speakers, time seems to have stood still until the moments passed after the final track had played. the guitars strum ever so gently and sweetly, and Rachel's voice is absolutely heaven sent. and it was really great to hear her voice in all it's natural glory (as compared to her processed vocal tracks on Slowdive albums). i was already a huge Slowdive fan, but Mojave 3's Ask me Tomorrow has such a warm, organic mellow sound that seems a bit easier to embrace, as compared to Slowdive's distant (yet brilliant) shoegazer sound. hey, honestly, i still like Slowdive better, overall. why? because their albums were consistently better. and this particular Mojave 3 album is the only one that i have fully loved. the others following are good, but not great as this one, in my opinion. so if you like music that sounds like a nice warm bath with a gentle haunting scent of honeydew and lilac on the wind, then slip this inside your stereo and drift away."
Better Lullabyes
T. J. Doerr | Rockville, Maryland United States | 12/08/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I found this gem during a blind shopping trip to my local cd exchange in the $1.00 bin. generally one in ten discs have any value and I fell in love with this one easily. It stands in the top 10 of my play list alongside some Pink Floyd Supertramp, and Appleseed Cast. A gentle fuzzy day of rains and showers amid the rainbows. I can't claim a true fondness for what is termed shoegazer but in the tracks of this album are found delightful audio fancies of candied torpor. There are some similarities to A Beautiful Day from the San Francisco scene of the 60's present in the under-harmonies of the female vocals. Round notes and glazed phonics. The following albums have progressed somewhat toward a more mainstream sound though never far from the roots of sonic emotion. A lovely album and a delightful listen."