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The Blue Nile - Hats (Cassette, Album)


9 thoughts on “ The Blue Nile - Hats (Cassette, Album)

  1. Album Rating: Your summary is spot-on. There is definitely a drop in quality of the band's catalog after Hats--but the reason I hate those albums is because they are not Hats Pt. 2. DoofusWainwright November 19th
  2. Persian hats, sports hats, tiny hats. Hats that empower a person and hats that degrade a person. Or so a 5th grade report on hats, would tell us. Today though we are talking about the post-adult contemporary masterpiece by The Blue Nile. With the album cover and name, one would assume there should be no "post" involved but, alas, there is.
  3. The album I’m talking about, that eventually topped our poll once the votes were counted, is Hats by The Blue Nile. It also happens to be one of my own all-time favourites, a collection of seven.
  4. After another eight-year pause, the Blue Nile finally returned with High, abandoning the more organic trappings of Peace at Last in favor of the lush, synthesized feel of Hats. High is the first Blue Nile album that makes no significant stylistic advance over its predecessors but the best moments are true to the band’s essential qualities.
  5. May 23,  · Hats, an Album by The Blue Nile. Released 16 October on Linn (catalog no. LKH2 CD2; CD)/5(67).
  6. The Blue Nile ‎– Hats Label: Linn Records ‎– LKHC2, Linn Records ‎– , Linn Records ‎– LKHC /5(7).
  7. Get all the lyrics to songs on Hats and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. got to give a shout out to lastfm. been finding a ton of new bands by searching for similar artists. going wild with 80's british and euro bands lately. blue nile was a band i'd never heard of. hats was an album, a sound, totally unfamilar. as far as hats is concerned, /5(73).
  9. AllMusic Review by Jason Ankeny Five long years in the making, the Blue Nile 's stellar Hats was well worth the wait; sweeping and majestic, it's a triumph of personal vision over the cold, remote calculations of technology.9/

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