The Sin of Pride

The Sin of Pride by The Undertones
Released: Jan 1983
Label: Union Square Music
A commercial and critical misfire, this blue-eyed soul etched rock finale from The Undertones actually has some ace tracks on it. The awesome "Love Parade" improves on the psychedelic sound of their previous LP, while Feargal Sharkey does very nicely singing the old Motown chestnut "Save Me," and the CD bonus cuts make the original album stronger and even more diverse.
Nick Dedina
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