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Dear Catastrophe Waitress

Dear Catastrophe Waitress
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Description: Dear Catastrophe Waitress was a make or break album for Belle & Sebastian. Having lost two founder members (Stuart David to Looper and Isobel Campbell to the Gentle Waves) and produced a couple of endearing but not hugely exciting albums (their soundtrack to Todd Solondz's Storytelling film and their own Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant), the pressure was on for the Scottish indie-pop six-piece to provide a startling return to form. The presence of Trevor Horn (the man behind Tatu and Frankie Goes to Hollywood) as producer suggested that a stylistic leap was imminent. But would it be at the cost of the group's ... (more)
Manufacturer: Rough Trade
Release date: 6 October 2003
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5050159808021
Tags: 2003 (4), Scotland (2), Indie (2), Scottish (2), 2000s (2), Baroque Pop (1), Indie Rock (1), Twee (1), Folk Rock (1), Indie Pop-rock (1), Rough Trade (1), Album (1), LP (1), Vinyl (1), Bought 2005 (1), Mel (1), Pop (1), UK (1), Mercury Prize Nominee (1), Indie Pop (1)
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