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- forfoxsake115912 Feb, 2013by
Awesome collection of tunes , buy it , you'll love it !!!
A common myth concerning Big Country is "well their debut album The Crossing was great (which it was ! ) but they never really did anything much good after that did they ?" Ho ho sooooo wrong !And this album proves the point , it's an awesome collection of songs performed brilliantly !Heavier than previous BC albums , but still delivered with the usual high standards of musicianship and lyrical genius you would expect from Stuart Adamson and the boys .The two tracks re-worked from the "No Place like home " album are absolute gems ,We're not in Kansas , my personal fave here and Ships (which brings a tear to my eye )God bless you Stuart , you made my life richer , from The Skids to The Raphaels !
- barnitbast24 Aug, 2011by
Great CD but get the one with bonus tracks
The Buffalo Skinners is by no means their best but is still a must for Big Country fans, if you aint got it yet. I am not going to get all technical like some know alls do i will just say this is a great LP, great bassy music with great guitaring as usual, turn it up loud especially in your car. Dont bother with the original get the CD edition with the bonus tracks, track 14 is ace.
- davidleahsdaddy24 Feb, 2009by
My favourite band! Love this album especially
Absloutely love some of Stuart's guitar riffs, especially in Chester's Farm-the bonus tracks are amazing too-Big Country take some beating! Your name will never die, this time will be forever
- rojweb15 May, 2008by
Buffalo Skinners - arguably Big Countrys best album!
Released in 1993, this was one of Big Countrys last studio albums. Its strange that it differs from their first album "The Crossing" ten years ago, yet seems very similar. This 16 track version was released as a special in America and has some magnificent material. "We're not in Kansas" is one of Big Countrys best songs ever. The album features a whole array of Adamsons brilliance from the slow number "Ships" all the way through to the heavy "All go together". All of the songs in between are very catchy and well worthy of being played over and over again. Since i have bought this it hasn't left my car CD player yet. I would highly recommend buying it today!!