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When Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger split from the rest of the English Beat to form General Public, Andy Cox and Dave Steele originally advertised on MTV for a new lead singer for the Beat. When that didn't pan out (although it did work for Wall of Voodoo), Cox and Steele hooked up with the unique and soulful singer Roland Gift and formed the Fine Young Cannibals. Though the trio first hit the mass U.S. consciousness with 1989's electronic dance-pop The Raw and the Cooked, their 1985 debut was a soul-jazz pop charmer that's more low key but every bit as entertaining. Along the lines of early Everything But the Girl (the two groups share a producer, Robin Millar) with a heavier Motown influence, the songs on Fine Young Cannibals are uniformly strong. The singles "Johnny Come Home" (a plea to a runaway that sounds like the Beat's ska stripped down to its tense and obsessive essentials) and "Blue" (one of the more oblique and successful anti-Margaret Thatcher tracks of its era) are terrific, but album tracks like the casually devastating "Funny How Love Is" and the manic "Like a Stranger" (which incongruously ends with a female chorus shrieking "You've been too long in an institution!" repeatedly while Gift tries out his Otis Redding impression) are even better. The album's highlight, though, is a reworking of "Suspicious Minds" (with scarifying backing vocals by Jimmy Somerville) that, while it doesn't replace Elvis' version, certainly takes the song into an interesting new direction. Although often overlooked, especially in the U.S., in the wake of their massively successful follow-up, Fine Young Cannibals is a powerful and satisfying debut. The U.S. CD adds two extended remixes of "Johnny Come Home" and "Suspicious Minds."
© Stewart Mason /TiVo

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Johnny Come Home (Derrick Carter Remix)
Fine Young Cannibals
00:07:02

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer - Roland Gift, Composer, Writer - Derrick Carter, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

2
She Drives Me Crazy (Dimitri From Paris Remix) (Club Dub)
Dimitri from Paris
00:06:44

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Dimitri From Paris, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

3
She Drives Me Crazy (Dimitri From Paris Remix)
Dimitri from Paris
00:06:32

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Dimitri From Paris, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

4
She Drives Me Crazy (Dimitri From Paris Remix) (Short Version)
Dimitri from Paris
00:02:57

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Dimitri From Paris, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

5
She Drives Me Crazy (Seth Troxler 'Out Of Time' Remix)
Seth Troxler
00:10:52

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Seth Troxler, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

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She Drives Me Crazy (Seth Troxler 'Out of Time' Dub)
Seth Troxler
00:09:48

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Seth Troxler, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

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She Drives Me Crazy (Cerrone Remix)
Fine Young Cannibals
00:04:33

Fine Young Cannibals, MainArtist - David Steele, Composer, Writer - Roland Gift, Composer - Cerrone, Remixer

© 2020 London Music Stream Ltd. ℗ 2020 London Music Stream Ltd.

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When Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger split from the rest of the English Beat to form General Public, Andy Cox and Dave Steele originally advertised on MTV for a new lead singer for the Beat. When that didn't pan out (although it did work for Wall of Voodoo), Cox and Steele hooked up with the unique and soulful singer Roland Gift and formed the Fine Young Cannibals. Though the trio first hit the mass U.S. consciousness with 1989's electronic dance-pop The Raw and the Cooked, their 1985 debut was a soul-jazz pop charmer that's more low key but every bit as entertaining. Along the lines of early Everything But the Girl (the two groups share a producer, Robin Millar) with a heavier Motown influence, the songs on Fine Young Cannibals are uniformly strong. The singles "Johnny Come Home" (a plea to a runaway that sounds like the Beat's ska stripped down to its tense and obsessive essentials) and "Blue" (one of the more oblique and successful anti-Margaret Thatcher tracks of its era) are terrific, but album tracks like the casually devastating "Funny How Love Is" and the manic "Like a Stranger" (which incongruously ends with a female chorus shrieking "You've been too long in an institution!" repeatedly while Gift tries out his Otis Redding impression) are even better. The album's highlight, though, is a reworking of "Suspicious Minds" (with scarifying backing vocals by Jimmy Somerville) that, while it doesn't replace Elvis' version, certainly takes the song into an interesting new direction. Although often overlooked, especially in the U.S., in the wake of their massively successful follow-up, Fine Young Cannibals is a powerful and satisfying debut. The U.S. CD adds two extended remixes of "Johnny Come Home" and "Suspicious Minds."
© Stewart Mason /TiVo

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