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Goodbye Cruel World

Elvis Costello & The Attractions

Kevin C. Wynne

Another notch on Elvis Costello's barrel; possibly England's finest songwriter of the last decade, Costello's high standards are maintained on this 13-song set produced by Alan Winstanley. Key is "The Only Flame In Town," featuring Daryl Hall on backing vocals. Recorded at Sarm West In London. Costello remains perhaps the most important voice on the English music scene, a driven figure in an endless morass of bogus pop heroes.


Tags: The AttractionsGoodbye Cruel WorldAlan WinstanleyThe Only Flame In TownDaryl Hall

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RPM magazine, July 7, 1984


Kevin C. Wynne reviews Goodbye Cruel World.

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