Blah Blah Blah being Pop's 1986 and featured such great tracks as his cover of "Real Wild Child", "Cry for love", "Isolation" and "Shades". This is a great collaboration album with David Bowie being a co-writer for many of the tracks. The cover has Pop dressed in jeans but with a shirt and not in his usual shirtless state. All the lyrics are included and we get a list of whom and what they play on the album. 4/5.
Longpigs were swept up in the whole Britpop movement, yet they were somehow always more intelligent, more classy than their counterparts.
"The first thing that hits you when you listen to this record is the extensive use of samples and drum rhythms one would expect in a dance record. This album is clearly a cross over between Jazz and Dance. Which is fine since it was done really well." ~sa-cd.net