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Leyton Orient player ratings: Jay Simpson shows his class at ...
George Sessions provides player ratings following the 3-0 victory at Colchester United on Saturday in League Two.
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Personnel: Brett Anderson (vocals); Elle Starr, Duncan Rosaline, Jay Pickles (spoken vocals); Richard Oakes (guitar); Neil Codling (piano, synthesizer); Mat Osman (electric bass); Simon Gilbert (drums). Audio Mixer: Cenzo Townshend. Recording information: ICP Studios; Mannock Mansions; Sarm Studio. Editors: Tessa Boffin; Jean Fraser. Photographers: Paul Khera; Lucy Ray; Tom Medwell. Night Thoughts is a quintessentially Suede title: specific yet vague, a notion that seems either romantic or sad depending on perspective. Twenty years, a decade of which was spent in a split, certainly has shifted Suede's perspective, particularly that of leader Brett Anderson. In his younger years, Anderson couldn't resist the tragic but as he settles into middle age, his work bears an unmistakable undercurrent of gratitude: no longer racing against a nuclear sunset, he's meditating upon the elongated stillness of night. It's a shift of attitude, a maturation mirrored by Suede consolidating their strengths. Leaving behind frivolous trash - it is, after all, a sound that suits the young - Suede embrace their inherent glamorous grandeur, playing miniatures as if they were epics while reining in excess. In a sense, Night Thoughts functions as the Dog Man Star to Bloodsports, an album that dwarfs its predecessor in both sound and sensibility. If Dog Man Star threatened to topple upon its own ambition - part of its charm is how it meandered into endless darkness - that makes the precision of Night Thoughts all the more impressive; it is the work of a band whose members know precisely how to execute their ideas. Here, the longest epic crests just over six minutes (I Don't Know How to Reach You), and the 12 songs seem interlocked, if not precisely conceptually then certainly thematically, with each element elegantly playing off the last. Sometimes, there are echoes of their past but this is knowing; Like Kids cascades like an inverted New Generation, pulsating with the same passion
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Personnel: Jay Sebag, Donica Thornton, Michael Spiderman Robinson, Guillaume Atlan, Mani Hoffman, Andrea Love, Rosa, Sam Obernik, Ben Onono (vocals); Musicman Silhouette Spe, Fraser T. Smith, Christoff, J.B. Gaudray (guitar); Simon Finch (trumpet); Tim Deluxe (keyboards). Audio Mixer: Tim Dudfield. Audio Remixers: Joey Negro; Tim Deluxe. Recording information: Belmondo Studios, Madrid, Spain; The Deluxe Room.
Leyton Orient fans have waited a while to see Jay Simpson score again for the O’s, but finally he was back in the goals again at Colchester United. Although the first occurred following a mistake by U’s Glen Kamara, the second was pure class from the ex-Hull City striker. Simpson took the plaudits, yet the tactical switch to a diamond formation in midfield played a big part in the victory. Alex Cisak (6) – Relatively quiet afternoon for the Aussie, although partly down to the poor finishing of Colchester’s Kurtis Guthrie and a better showing from Orient’s back four. Nicky Hunt (7. 5) – A collector’s item of a goal from the right-back, a lovely finish and at a crucial time. He defended well throughout to keep the U’s at bay. Yvan Erichot (7. 5) – Early mistake nearly allowed hosts to take the lead, but French defender did settle afterwards and put in an improve display - winning a lot in the air. Tom Parkes (7) – Much better performance by ex-Leicester City youngster after difficult couple of weeks, this is definitely something for him to build on. Callum Kennedy (7) – Solid showing from left-back as we have come to expect and produced a... Robbie Weir (8) – Former Burton Albion man looked sharp and protected back four well - one of his best games yet in an O’s shirt and so unlucky not to score late on. It was also nice to see him tell all of the squad to acknowledge fans at end of... Gavin Massey (7. 5) – Different role for the ex-Colchester United winger, but he worked really hard and was a menace whenever on the ball. Nigel Atangana (7) – Didn’t get in possession a great deal, although was full of energy and played his part in controlling midfield battle. Michael Collins (7. 5) – One of Orient’s better recent signings and deserved start at Colchester. Jay Simpson (8) – Early goal helped settle O’s forward and his class continued to shine throughout before exceptional strike sealed the victory. Ollie Palmer (6. 5) – Did well for both of Simpson’s goals, yet failed to keep possession when required in first half and wasn’t involved too much. Sandro Semedo, for Massey 79. Paul McCallum, for Simpson 84. Victor Adeboyejo, for Palmer 90.
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