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The self-titled album is great as well, but is far more 'messy' and so it's probably best to start with its predecessor.
i can't wait.
i wish i could go back and do that again!
then broken social scene
then the rest.
the self titled is my favourite You Forget in people has it's moments put I'm not a fan of the lougy jazz sections it ruins it some what for me.
'you forgot it in people'. it's a stone-cold classic, and it's rapidly becoming one of my favourites of all time. it's the kind of album where your favourite track changes every day..
the self-titled album is a classic as well, but it's harder to get into. there's not as much hooks, the production is denser, but stick with it and it reveals itself.
you forgot it in people in a colchester charity shop for 50p in 2004 having heard nothing about them and completely fell in love with it.
the other two albums just don't touch you forgot it in people but i think thats because the first one was such an unexpected surprise. i'd like to thank whoever decided they hated it and donated it to a charity shop.