Going back in sonic history looking for memorable albums…
8 June 2018
Band: EMBRACE (West Yorkshire, UK)
Album: THE GOOD WILL OUT
Released: 8 June 1998 – 20 years ago
ALL MUSIC wrote: “Debut albums rarely arrive with as much expectation as Embrace’s
‘The Good Will Out’ in Britain, at least. Arriving after the massive success of Oasis and The
Verve, The Good Will Out was perceived as the heir apparent to the lad-rock throne. One
listen to ‘The Good Will Out’ illustrates why the group ingeniously combines the anthemic
hooks and the monolithic roar of Oasis with the sweeping aural majesty of the Verve. That
alone makes the album a bracing listen.” Score 4/5 – Full review here.
TURN UP THE VOLUME says: The astounding combination of sky-high anthems, intense sentiments, epic ballads, steamy rockers and magnetic tunes turned ‘The Good Will Out‘ into a king-sized debut longplayer. Huge achievement.
THREE TOP TRACKS: All You Good People / My Weakness Is None Of Your Business /
One Big Family
* ALL YOU GOOD PEOPLE – the classic single…
* MY WEAKNESS IS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS – riveting ballad..
* ONE BIG FAMILY – titanic stroke…
Album in full…