In their final major-label release before heading for a video-making career, these two veteran English music-makers tackle environmental degradation and nuclear annihilation. After earlier releases full of detached sarcasm and sardonic wit, it's refreshing to hear the pair actually care about something, although they sometimes hector. Musically, the songs are linked by the use of harmonicas on every track. This is one of their stronger albums because of thematic consistency and typically terrific production, including the usual gorgeous, multi-tracked harmonies. In spite of the gloomy subject matter, the album-closing "Desperate Times" ends on an optimistic note. ~ Mark Allan
22376OGodley & Creme - Goodbye Blue Sky (CD)http://oldies.scdn5.secure.raxcdn.com/i/boxart/large/56/11/4988005611093.jpg?v=455.9850.38USDOutOfStockUniversal JapanCDPop-RockGodley-Creme2010-08-24
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