1. Have You Seen Your Brother Lately
2. Its My Life
3. Like A Woman
4. People Without Faces
5. I Left My Shoes At Home
6. She Is A Man
7. Seeing With Love
8. Created By You
9. Whats The Time
10. Its In A Dream
11. Shes Having A Baby Now
12. The Old Man Wafwer Bonus Tracks
13. Theres A Blind Man Playing Fiddle In The Street
14. Fantasy Island
15. To Be Free
16. I Read You Like An Open Book
17. Halcyon Days
A lot of comparing them to Beatles, Zombies and other 60's psych pop/rock bands. Well the similarity is of course big, and it's almost impossible not to mention it. But is this album comparable to these big names in quality? it ain't far from it.
Tages probably(without hearing anything else from them) releases their magnum opus with Studio. It's pretty much packed with great tunes, 'It's My Life' as the most memorable one. And the reason why this band has been so overlooked, just has to be because of it's origin. It's no way around the fact that his band had been much more famous if it had been, let's say, British. A Swedish band was pretty much doomed to be overlooked at the time of this release, and it unfortunately hasn't grown much in popularity since then.
It's mostly short songs on here, with the only track exceeding 4 minutes being the last one. But you can't say length comes in the way of quality, as 'I left my Shoes at Home' lasts for about one and a half minute. Overall this is a superb listening experience, which will definitely give you that late 60's feel. It feels more majestic upon the first listen, than what it ends up as after the 3rd or 4th listen, but still it's really fuckin' good.