ALBUM                                 :           WARPED BY SUCCESS

ARTIST                                  :           CHINA CRISIS

GENRE                                   :           POP

DATE RELEASED                 :           1994


There are many words that you can describe with this album; quiet, somber, charming, melancholic, serene, endearing, and melodious. This album is like a compilation of songs contributed by famous middle of the road artists like James Taylor, Christopher Cross, Paul Carrack, Stephen Bishop, David Pomeranz, and other similar artists. Initially, you might be compelled to turn off your player but after listening to a song or two, you would find yourself listening to the whole album unconsciously.

Watch and listen to fan-made video of “Always” in this link

Yes, they did not plead “stop and wait a minute” in “Always” as you would find the whole album musically endearing.  While it is a quiet album where only basic instruments are played as musical background, the songs came out rather strong.  This is because most of the songs of the album have different melodies thus, you will not find yourself listening to the same tune over and over again in this album.
Watch “Everyday The Same” in here

Best tracks to listen to in this record are “Everyday The Same,” “Good Again,” “Real Tears,” “Thank You,” and “Wishing Time.” This may not be the best China Crisis album but definitely, this is worth your time.  I rate this record 3.5 stars out of 5 stars.

Watch fan made video of “Wishing Time” in here


1 stars = Ignore it

2 stars = risk it

3 stars = borrow or buy it

4 stars = buy it and keep it

5 stars = buy, keep, and treasure it


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