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Celebrating the reissue of a special expanded album edition of Finn, the album released by New Zealand's most celebrated musical siblings Tim and Neil Finn, to acclaim both from critics and long-time fans who had followed the pair's work since their time in together in Split Enz. This is the first time Finn has received a vinyl release. - For Finn, Tim and Neil enlisted the services of Tchad Blake, whose "feel"-based approach brought out the best in the brothers, who played every instrument on the record. Writing about the record for Mojo at the time, David Hepworth characterised Finn as a "warm and loose record" that hardcore fans would undoubtedly "adore".
Celebrating the reissue of a special expanded album edition of Finn, the album released by New Zealand's most celebrated musical siblings Tim and Neil Finn, to acclaim both from critics and long-time fans who had followed the pair's work since their time in together in Split Enz. This is the first time Finn has received a vinyl release. - For Finn, Tim and Neil enlisted the services of Tchad Blake, whose "feel"-based approach brought out the best in the brothers, who played every instrument on the record. Writing about the record for Mojo at the time, David Hepworth characterised Finn as a "warm and loose record" that hardcore fans would undoubtedly "adore".
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Finn
Artist: Finn Brothers
Format: CD
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Celebrating the reissue of a special expanded album edition of Finn, the album released by New Zealand's most celebrated musical siblings Tim and Neil Finn, to acclaim both from critics and long-time fans who had followed the pair's work since their time in together in Split Enz. This is the first time Finn has received a vinyl release. - For Finn, Tim and Neil enlisted the services of Tchad Blake, whose "feel"-based approach brought out the best in the brothers, who played every instrument on the record. Writing about the record for Mojo at the time, David Hepworth characterised Finn as a "warm and loose record" that hardcore fans would undoubtedly "adore".
        
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