Tarantula

Label
The Ride Partnership
Release date
20 Nov 2011
Running length
15 tracks
Running time
61:04

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Black Nite Crash 2:32 11,963
2 Sunshine / Nowhere to Run 4:49 2,305
3 Dead Man 3:33 5,837
4 Walk on Water 4:15 6,630
5 Deep Inside My Pocket 5:24 4,937
6 Mary Anne 6:44 4,737
7 Castle on the Hill 3:17 4,805
8 Gonna Be Alright 2:51 4,666
9 The Dawn Patrol 4:03 4,468
10 Ride the Wind 3:44 4,298
11 Burnin' 5:17 4,200
12 Starlight Motel 3:34 3,939
13 Nothing Lasts Forever 3:32 2,484
14 Slave 3:51 2,308
15 A Trip Down Ronnie Lane 3:38 2,208

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  • DrHarry

    Underrated. Typcal but perfect Britpop album.

    1 Mar 2014 Reply
  • neckermanncj

    this is basically Blur's "Leisure" album, really great IMO

    6 Jan 2013 Reply
  • longball2no1

    Still sounding great.

    16 Dec 2012 Reply
  • aciu-gerai

    it's better than Carnival of Light

    4 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Taco_Chopper

    I sort of put listening to this off based on the entire "Tarantula should never have been made" thing. I actually like it a bit. It warrants a lot more than all of the bad press it's gotten.

    12 Oct 2011 Reply
  • AlbertoBattles

    Nothing lasts forever: I'm in love with that song!

    4 May 2010 Reply
  • iknowsheknows

    I quite like this tbh, not up there with the rest of their albums but still better than most stuffs going around now. Deep inside my pocket & Castle on the Hill, personal favs.

    3 Apr 2010 Reply
  • AlbertoBattles

    Sunshine and Dead Man

    17 Feb 2010 Reply
  • OneSalient

    Now listen here.

    26 Jul 2008 Reply
  • chris_wlkr

    Really do agree there. It is not all bad. I like Black Nite Crash & Dawn Patrol. It was good to hear Loz Playing drums again. I was also glad to finally hear a studio version of Walk On Water after hearing Mark and Andy play in live on Rodney On the Roq prior to Carnival of Light being released.

    24 Mar 2008 Reply
  • StillInTheDark

    This album really isn't as bad as it's thought to be - sure, it's no Going Blank Again, but songs like Black Nite Crash make it more enjoyable than you'd think. (Castle on the Hill is a completely piss-poor track though. Ride's worst ever.)

    3 Mar 2007 Reply

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