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Download links and information about Like Comedy by The Proclaimers. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 35:49 minutes.

Artist: The Proclaimers
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 35:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Whatever You've Got 3:10
2. Simple Things 2:20
3. Spinning Around In The Air 3:07
4. After You're Gone 3:52
5. Women And Wine 2:22
6. There's 3:08
7. The Thought Of You 3:00
8. Like Comedy 3:20
9. Dance With Me 2:53
10. Wherever You Roam 3:37
11. I Think That's What I Believe 2:12
12. A Mix 2:48

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The ninth studio album from Craig and Charlie Reid finds the Scottish siblings further settling into their roles as big-hearted family men with a gift for crafting soulful pop songs that are as gloriously catchy as they are unbearably old-fashioned. To be fair, the brothers Reid have never pretended to be anything other than unabashed, heart-on-their-sleeves romantics, but Like Comedy pushes things so far to the sweet end of the confectionary spectrum that even longtime fans may need a salty digestif after devouring its 12 sugary, occasionally mawkish courses. That said, there are always nuggets to be found on a Proclaimers record, and Like Comedy doesn't disappoint, offering up the swinging, spirited opener "Whatever You Got," the rocking, radio-ready "Thought of You," and the gorgeous ballad "After You're Gone," the latter of which almost sounds like the bruised, yet still hopeful older sibling to 1998's "Sunshine on Leith." Sure, the constant barrage of sentimentality can be a bit off-putting, as evidenced by the chorus from the theatrical title cut ("When you lose your appetite for self destruction you can stop viewing life as tragedy/give it a few more years and look from this angle/where it looks more and more like comedy"), but such relentless optimism, especially coming from a band caught in the unforgiving (as far as pop music is concerned) tide pool of middle age, is kind of extraordinary, and ultimately inspiring.