Reply to "Together Alone Deluxe Reissue discussion"

I have never got my hands on any live (barring FTTW) or rare fan club albums, so all rarities on these albums are new to me. So as much as I appreciate the early demos of songs that went on to be released, the real treasures for me are the wholly unique tracks that never saw an official release. This album's gift to me is four great tracks: Newcastle Jam, Same Language As Me, Convent Girls and best of all, Tail of A Comet. Same Language does briefly borrow from the bridge of Private Universe, but it's a unique beast otherwise. Blue Smoke features some nice instrumental work and a decent chorus with somewhat of a lyrical throwback to As Sure As I Am, but the verse is fairly uninspiring. Had the potential for a solid album track if Neil had improved that part of the song.

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