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Dear Catastrophe Waitress is the sixth studio album by Belle and Sebastian, released in 2003 on Rough Trade Records. Producer Trevor Horn, former member of The Buggles and producer of groups like Yes and Frankie Goes to Hollywood, oversaw the production of the album, and gave it a more polished, pop-friendly sound. This stood in sharp contrast with their previous lo-fi, folky albums (although songs like Lord Anthony hearkened back to their old sound.) In particular, the danceable track Stay… read more



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  • Avatar for tomg555
    Does google play have the wrong album art for this? It definitely used to be correct but they recently changed it.
  • Avatar for RebelGlassZero
    is that tracklist wrong or is spotify that's wrong?
  • Avatar for gonzeaux
    I'd agree, this is an 8/10 album by any standard and I don't think it's properly appreciated either
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  • Avatar for treadlightly13
    feeling sinister is their best album
  • Avatar for psynumb
    Genius! I love this album to pieces.
  • Avatar for upesupernova
    "i don't understand why people don't love this album. for me, it's the best after The Life Pursuit. [2]" WTF??!! I don't usually criticize other people's point of view but this is so, so wrong. I mean, I like the album, it's nice. But it's not their best, and neither is The Life Pursuit.
  • Avatar for telephonedance
    Lord Anthony love
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  • Avatar for kaw1216
    i absolutely adore this album. while not a big fan of... most of their other albums, this is fantastic wonderful music, lyrics, upbeat and happy listening. Dear Catastrophe Waitress is in my top 10 albums of all time for sure.

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