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Untitled #23 Studio album by The Church Released 6 March 2009 Recorded Spacejunk III Studios, The Orange Room Sydney, New South Wales 2008-2009 Genre Post-Punk Dream Pop Length 50:28 Label Second Motion Records, Unorthodox Producer The Church, Kevin Lane Keller Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the “Reception” section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link The Church chronology El Momento Siguiente (2007) Untitled #23 (2009) TBA Untitled #23 is the 20th full-length album by Australian rock band The Church. The band counts the three EPs of original material released in the early 80s as album-type releases, making it their 23rd collection of original studio recordings overall. The album was released 6 March 2009 on the band's own label, Unorthodox Records and Second Motion Records in North America. Praised for its moody yet strong songwriting, it has yielded some of The Church's best reviews of their career. Australia's Rolling Stone praised the album with a 5 star review: "You have to admire the Church’s stubborn refusal to cash in on their early success and do the whole nostalgia rock circuit thing. By hanging everything on the faith that their best work is still ahead of them, the Church sound every bit as relevant now as they did way back in 1987. Their new songs sound emotional, raw and at times even scarily angry, without ever sounding like they’re trying to conjure up demons-long banished by years of comfortable living and golfing trips." -Matt Coyte, Editor In Chief, Rolling Stone Australia (June 2009) The album is rare among the band's catalog in that all lead vocals are sung by Kilbey, with lead vocal contributions by Koppes and Willson-Piper appearing on a companion EP titled "Pangaea," which serves as the single release for the album track of the same name. According to the band this was done to maintain a cohesiveness to the album rather than breaking the mood and elegiac tone with what are distinctively more upbeat tracks. Along with the Pangaea EP, the band also released a second EP, The Coffee Hounds in 2009 prior to the release of Untitled #23. In April 2010 the band embarked an their 30th Anniversary tour, playing an all acoustic set chronicling one song from each album played in reverse order. At each show, a full color retrospective program was distributed to each audience member along with the third EP from U#23, Deadman's Hand, containing the single along with four unreleased tracks from the Untitled #23 sessions. In 2011 the album, along with Priest=Aura and Starfish, was played in its entirety on the band's 30th Anniversary, "Future, Past, Perfect Tour." Track listing "Cobalt Blue" "Deadman's Hand" "Pangaea" "Happenstance" "Space Saviour" "On Angel Street" "Sunken Sun" "Anchorage" "Lunar" "Operetta" In June 2009 the band launched the "So Love May Find Us Tour 2009", a month long tour of the United States and Canada in support of Untitled #23. The tour's name derives from the 17 minute epic track of the same name from the Pangaea EP, released in advance of the album. This song along with, "LLC" (sung by Peter Koppes), and "Insanity," (sung by Marty Willson-Piper) from the Pangaea EP also appear on a limited edition double vinyl LP released through Second Motion and the band's own Unorthodox Records. In 2010, to coincide with the band's 30th Anniversary Tour the band gave away copies of the "Deadman's Hand" EP with every ticket purchased. The CD contains the title track plus "Stardust," "The Kicker," "Dakota," and "The Garden," all outtakes from the Untitled #23 sessions. Personnel Steve Kilbey: Vocals, Bass, Guitars, Keyboards Marty Willson-Piper: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Backing Vocals Peter Koppes: Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals Tim Powles: Drums, Backing Vocals, Guitars v · d · eThe Church Steve Kilbey · Peter Koppes · Marty Willson-Piper · Tim Powles Nick Ward · Richard Ploog · Craig Hooper · Jay Dee Daugherty Studio albums Of Skins and Heart · The Blurred Crusade · Seance · Heyday · Starfish · Gold Afternoon Fix · Priest=Aura · Sometime Anywhere · Magician Among the Spirits · Hologram of Baal · A Box of Birds · After Everything Now This · Forget Yourself · Jammed · El Momento Descuidado · Back with Two Beasts · Uninvited, Like the Clouds · El Momento Siguiente · Shriek: Excerpts from the Soundtrack · Untitled #23 Extended plays Too Fast for You · Temperature Drop in Down Town Winterland · Sing Songs · Remote Luxury · Persia · Pangaea · The Coffee Hounds · Operetta · Deadman's Hand Compilations Conception · Remote Luxury · Hindsight · Almost Yesterday · Under the Milky Way: The Best of the Church · The Best of the Church · Singsongs//Remote Luxury//Persia · Deep in the Shallows: The Classic Singles Collection Remixes and outtakes A Quick Smoke at Spot's · Parallel Universe · Beside Yourself Singles "She Never Said" · "The Unguarded Moment" · "Too Fast for You" · "Tear It All Away" · "Almost with You" · "When You Were Mine" · "I Am a Rock" / "A Different Man" · "It's No Reason · "Electric Lash" · "Already Yesterday" · "Tantalized" · "Columbus" · "Disenchanted" · "Under the Milky Way" · "Reptile" · "Antenna" · "Destination" · "Metropolis" · "Russian Autumn Heart" · You're Still Beautiful" · "Ripple" · "Feel" · "Two Places At Once" · "Comedown" · "White Star Line" / "Gypsy Stomp" · "Louisiana" · "Numbers" · "Song in Space" · "Block" · "Easy" · "The Coffee Song" / "Hounds of Love" · "Pangaea" · "Operetta" · "Deadman's Hand" Related articles Discography · Pharmakoi/Distance-Crunching Honchos with Echo Units Categories Members · Albums · Songs