― piscesx, Tuesday, 13 August 2013 17:35 (four years ago) Permalink
Yes! I should have added earlier Wonderland is another one of their great albums and A Man Needs to be Told is the highlight, it should have been a huge hit for them.
― Kitchen Person, Tuesday, 13 August 2013 18:07 (four years ago) Permalink
this is sad news, RIP.
going to play their self titled tomorrow, my favorite of theirs. just counted and i actually own nine albums and a few singles by them.
― Bee OK, Wednesday, 14 August 2013 05:39 (four years ago) Permalink
the new album is dope.
― mr.raffles, Tuesday, 27 January 2015 04:05 (three years ago) Permalink
God, I didn't hear a whisper about the album. Was just revisiting "Oh Vanity" (which is utterly great) and then found Modern Nature sitting on Spotify, like a forgotten Christmas present that suddenly turns up mid-year. Did anyone in the US write anything at all about this?
― dlp9001, Saturday, 25 July 2015 00:09 (two years ago) Permalink
Tried to but my various pitches were turned down. Tim Burgess ended up following me on Twitter a while back -- very flattered, not sure why he did! -- so I've followed him in return and it seems like they've had a very good year of it.
― Ned Raggett, Saturday, 25 July 2015 00:17 (two years ago) Permalink
Can't stop won't stop
The Charlatans have released their new single "Plastic Machinery," available now for download and streaming. The song is from the band's thirteenth album entitled Different Days, due out May 26, 2017 via BMG. Co-produced by Jim Spencer, the album was recorded at the band’s studio in Cheshire and features contributions from an array of friends... from Paul Weller and Johnny Marr to crime writer Ian Rankin and writer/actress Sharon Horgan.
― Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 20:06 (eleven months ago) Permalink
Fuckin' hell, this band are still going!?
― ...so music and chicken have become intertwined (Turrican), Wednesday, 5 April 2017 21:14 (eleven months ago) Permalink
The longest time they've ever been between albums has been three years. Most times it's been two, sometimes one.
― Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 21:20 (eleven months ago) Permalink