Del Amitri – Fatal Mistakes (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Del Amitri - Fatal Mistakes (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Del Amitri
Album: Fatal Mistakes
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 45:52
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 531 MB


1. Del Amitri – You Can’t Go Back (02:53)
10. Del Amitri – Missing Person (03:19)
11. Del Amitri – Second Staircase (03:00)
12. Del Amitri – Lonely (03:28)
13. Del Amitri – Nation of Caners (07:39)
2. Del Amitri – All Hail Blind Love (04:04)
3. Del Amitri – Musicians and Beer (02:46)
4. Del Amitri – Close Your Eyes and Think of England (03:30)
5. Del Amitri – Losing the Will to Die (02:34)
6. Del Amitri – Otherwise (03:01)
7. Del Amitri – It’s Feelings (02:42)
8. Del Amitri – I’m so Scared of Dying (04:27)
9. Del Amitri – Mockingbird, Copy Me Now (02:23)


Many folks on this side of the Atlantic only know the long-running Scottish band Del Amitri due to their massive hit single “Roll to Me,” a song that scaled the American and British charts in 1995. However, that success came some 25 years ago, overshadowing the fact that they’ve sold six million albums throughout their on-again career. Nearly 20 years have passed since the release of the band’s last studio effort, Can You Do Me Good. That’s a considerable length of time in a fickle music biz that celebrates current darlings but that quickly discards those who came before.The challenge then for Del Amitri has been to reclaim their former glories, to create songs that match the rousing, resonant melodies of their earlier efforts. That’s no simple task. They could come off sounding like they’re trying too hard, a move that would surely alienate some fans. With the ominous new album title, Fatal Mistakes, it’s clear that the band recognizes the risks, yet they forge ahead anyway.

Happily, they rise to the challenge, and while there’s no single song as immediately catchy as “Roll to Me,” several do stand out. The opening track, the appropriately dubbed “You Can’t Go Back,” is the most impressive of all, an assertive launching pad that paves the way for the driving, determined offerings that follow. Still, it’s not all optimistic. “I’m So Scared of Dying” may boast an emphatic edge, but it hints at a fear and a vulnerability that are impossible to ignore. “Lonely” hints at the same, while the solemn “Second Staircase” comes across as a brooding ballad that caps the earlier momentum.

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