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Now You See Inside

  • 1. Politically Correct
    2. Right Now
    3. What a Mess
    4. Last Man on the Moon
    5. Empty Spaces
    6. Another Night Alone
    7. Alive
    8. Fame (What She's Wanting)
    9. Go Away
    10. Non-Toxic
    11. Paul McCartney
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 67845

  • Credits
    ProducerDavid Bendeth; Gil Norton; John Shanks

    SR-71: Mitch Allan (vocals, guitar); Mark Beauchemin (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Jeff Reid (keyboards, bass, background vocals); Dan Garvin (drums, background vocals).
    Additional personnel: Chris Tombling, Ann Morfee, Richard George (violin); Audrey Riley (cello); Richard Bissell (French horn); Mark Phythian, Gil Norton (keyboards); Rob Ladd (percussion); John Shanks (programming); Kevin Kadish, John Allen (background vocals).
    Engineers include: Bradley Cook, Danton Supple, Neal Avron.
    Recorded at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York; Air Studios, Sheffield, England; Wall of Sound, Baltimore, Maryland; Encore Studios, Burbank, California; Hot Tin Roof Studios, North Hollywood, California.
    Personnel: Mark Beauchemin (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Mitch Allan (vocals, guitar); Jeff Reid (vocals, keyboards); Dan Garvin (vocals, drums, percussion); John Shanks (guitar, drum programming); Chris Tombling, Richard George (violin); Richard Bissell (French horn); Gil Norton, Mark Pythian, Patrick Warren (keyboards); Rob Ladd (percussion); John Allan, Kevin Kadish (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Jack Joseph Puig; Neal Avron.
    Recording information: Air (Church) Studios, Sheffield, England; Bearsville Sound Studios, Bearsville, NY; Wall Of Sound, Baltimore, MD.
    Combine the edgy pop riffs of Lit with an emphasis on vocal harmony reminiscent of the Outfield, and you have SR71. While it may be little more than a boy-band with a heavy guitar backdrop, SR71 nevertheless delivers a smart and fun set of upbeat rockers on NOW YOU SEE INSIDE.
    Light social commentary peppers NOW YOU SEE INSIDE in tunes like "Politically Correct" and "The Last Man on the Moon." The main thrust of NOW YOU SEE INSIDE, however, is the adolescent alienation and wonder that all youths experience. Lyrically the album is quite sound. Frontman Mitch Allan's take on teenage romance provides SR71's music with a maturity that is often lacking in popular love songs. While SR71 doesn't exactly break new ground on NOW YOU SEE INSIDE, it does succeed in reinvigorating the rock ballad on songs such as "What a Mess" or "Fame (What She's Wanting)." If SR71 is a pretty bunch of boys very likely to become the next N'SYNC, at least they'll have some talent to back it up.

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