Audiopeach scans the pop market freely, delving into the Smithesque dance moodiness of Dubstar and The Pet Shop Boys right through to the above-mentioned Gina G with a little Saint Etienne thrown in as a precaution. Interesting also to see is the late Billy Mackenzie making a couple of vocal appearances here, which goes to show just how long Mute Records have had this album on hold.
He makes a dramatic entrance on the high energy numbers Deep Down Together and Give Me Tomorrow.
The singles On My Own, From This Moment On and Higher Ground are distinct highlights, as is the beautifully reflective Hush and the striking catchiness of Perfect World.
Peach's time may well come. They have the formula. Let's hope they achieve the breaks.
Wharfedale Star July 23, 1998
Peach: Sorrow Town
Yes, Gina G meets Saint Etienne in one of the album's finest production affairs. Come on everybody, the chart is really missing this band.
Wharfedale Star August 13, 1998