Belle & Sebastian - Dear Catastrophe Waitress

Dear Catastrophe Waitress is an album by Belle & Sebastian (2003), a Scottish indie pop group. Producer Trevor Horn, former member of The Buggles and producer of groups like Yes and Frankie Goes to Hollywood, oversaw the production of the album, and gave it a more polished, pop-friendly sound. This stood in sharp contrast with their previous lo-fi, folky albums (although songs like "Lord Anthony" hearkened back to their old sound.) In particular, the danceable, New Order-esque track "Stay Loose" proved to be the first in a series of songs (such as "Your Cover's Blown" and "Sukie in the Graveyard") that further diverged from their roots. Although this move alienated a few fans, the album was generally considered their best work since If You're Feeling Sinister by critics and was embraced by the majority of their fanbase.


bulut on 6:59 am said...

Dear Catastrophe Waitress,Dear Catastrophe Waitress
1. Step Into My Office, Baby
2. Dear Catastrophe Waitress
3. If She Wants Me
4. Piazza, New York Catcher
5. Asleep On A Sunbeam
6. I'm A Cuckoo
7. You Don't Send Me
8. Wrapped Up In Books
9. Lord Anthony
10. If You Find Yourself Caught In Love
11. Roy Walker
12. Stay Loose

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