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Dean & Britta - Words You Used To Say Album
Dean & Britta - Words You Used To Say Album
Performer: Dean & Britta
Title: Words You Used To Say
Label: Zoë Records
Country: US
Released: Oct 2006
Style: Indie Rock
Cat: 01143-2009-2
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1729 mb | MP3 size: 2287 mb | WMA size: 2013 mb
Genre: Rock

1Distractions, Pt.14:35
2We're Not Supposed To Be Lovers4:06
3Since I Lay My Burden Down5:19
4Words You Used To Say4:25


  • Mixed ByBritta Phillips, Sonic Boom (tracks: 3)
  • ProducerTony Visconti (tracks: 1, 2, 5)


  • Barcode: 6 01143-2009-2 2


  • Manufactured By – Zoë Records
  • Distributed By – Zoë Records

Comments (1)
Super P
Dean and Britta ... the rock and roll love story around which a band was built. This is a stunning little limited edition five song EP, that came out in 2006. Honestly, the album is almost embarrassingly sweet, and dripping with love. While most people would have trouble pulling this off, Dean Wareham has always had a way with his dynamic fuzz guitar, and vocal arrangements to make these numbers sound utterly cool. Of course the haunting voice of Britta Phillips is still reverberating in my head, and the disc has been over for at least twenty minutes.

Only the first song is an original composition, and will show up on the next full length album ... and one of Dean’s strongest points has always been the uncanny ability to find songs that he likes and then turn them into his own. “Distractions, Pt 1” by Bobby Darin closes the album, reminding me of Lou Reed on Coney Island Baby for some reasons, though I can’t quite put my finger on it. The other knock out number is “Colours” by Donovan, sounding for all the world like it had just been written.

I know, I know, I hear what you’re saying, “There’s got to be a flaw?” I keep listening and I don’t hear one ... none ... well, maybe that chirp as he slid from one note to another, but man, there’s nothing to criticize here at all, though trying to find your own copy may prove all but impossible.