1992
Label: Fontana - 512 549-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Ethereal
You Dont Understand - The House Of Love - Babe Rainbow (CD, Album)

 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Babe Rainbow" on Discogs.5/5(1).

The opener, "You Don't Understand," is one of the most powerful songs the House of Love ever recorded - a churning, propulsive rocker with one of the most wicked bass lines you'll ever hear (almost like a 90s equivalent to the "Roundabout" bass line). After that, the album gets quieter and more introspective, but the catchy choruses continue/5(21).

The opener, "You Don't Understand," is one of the most powerful songs the House of Love ever recorded - a churning, propulsive rocker with one of the most wicked bass lines you'll ever hear (almost like a 90s equivalent to the "Roundabout" bass line). After that, the album gets quieter and more introspective, but the catchy choruses continue/5(20).

The House Of Love – Babe Rainbow. The House Of Love. –. Babe Rainbow. Label: Fontana – , Mercury – Format: CD, Album. Country/5(20).

 · Guy Chadwick had threatened to make a loud rock record, and by the middle of the opening "You Don't Understand" (which sounds a great deal like the Spencer Davis Group's "I'm a Man"), he had everyone duped. However, the gilded fragility of the following "Crush Me" and "Cruel" throw the listener for a loop, retreating to what made the House of Love the House of Love: well /10(69).


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  1. The opener, "You Don't Understand," is one of the most powerful songs the House of Love ever recorded - a churning, propulsive rocker with one of the most wicked bass lines you'll ever hear (almost like a 90s equivalent to the "Roundabout" bass line). After that, the album gets quieter and more introspective, but the catchy choruses continue/5(17).

  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Babe Rainbow" on Discogs/5(12).

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