Her Life In Reverse

by Hitchcock's Regret

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Here’s what the critics had to say about Her Life In Reverse:

“I wish I had Mark Moldre’s gift for melodies. He’s got this pop thing completely sussed, and in a more equal world that would put him at the top of a heap that starts with Lennon/McCartney and takes you through Brian Wilson to Elvis Costello and Difford/Tilbrook…. Sort of like The Beatles White Album without the trite moments.” Drum Media

"The Sydney Quartet follow up their debut Regretfulness with an album that proves that 'they do make 'em like that anymore” LAM, UK

" The latest album from Sydney four piece, Hitchcock's Regret is an almost perfectly crafted piece of pop perfection. .....[They] have thrown themselves well and truly into the international market with an album that rises above the average Australian indie offering." OzMusic Central

“an intoxicating affair. ....when Hitchcock's Regret move beyond their comfort zone, the results border on extraordinary." Juice

"....there's room and time for us all to let something like this come live in our ears and minds for a while." Delusions Of Adequacy

”Lyrical, warm and imaginative….a maturity in the songwriting that reminds of Neil Finn” The Big Takeover

’Her Life in Reverse' should allow them to enter the big stage with pop's other major league players (ie. Wilco, Coldplay, Doves etc.). On the evidence of what they have laid down here, Hitchcock's Regret deserve to enter that major arena.” Luna Café

”The only regret you’ll have is not experiencing this delightful album sooner.” mediasearch.com.au

“Musically, it’s so much more inventive than those two Brit bands (Coldplay and Travis) could ever hope to muster” UK Americana

“…an incredible amalgamation of everything you've ever loved about music.” Torpedo Pop

“…such is the power and finesse of this follow-up that the group have now firmly fixed their identity; that of melodic, compassionate, intricate, intelligent rock with a decided Antipodean edge. Make no mistake, Hitchcock's Regret are a major group in the making.” Netrhythms

“You can tell they poured their hearts and souls into this one, and they can rest assured it is something they can be proud of forever.” Mixdown

“Echoes of Neil Finn and Elliott Smith abound” TNT Magazine


released February 17, 2003

Produced by Michael Carpenter and Hitchcock's Regret at Stagefright Studios and Coalface Studio March 02-November 02. Mixed By Michael Carpenter. Mastered by Rick O'Neill at Turtlerock.

Mark Moldre: Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Shane Pex: Drums, Vocals, Keyboards
Paul Grant: Keyboards, Mellotron, Keyboards
David Pex: Bass, Vocals
Michael Carpenter: Slide Guitar Solo on Don't Wait, Mellotron on She's All That I Think About and Harmonium on Milkwood Moon
Jamie Hutchings: Slide Guitar on Milkwood Moon
Adrian Chapman: Clarinet
Kate Oakley: Violin on In The Summer, Space and Time, Milkwood Moon, Don't Wait
Sonja Koo: Cello on In The Summer, Don't Wait, Milkwood Moon
Justin Spaull: Tenor Sax on She's All That I Think About and Don't Wait
Peter Stoner: Trumpet on She's All That I Think About and Don't Wait
Alex Stoner: Clarinet on She's All That I Think About and Don't Wait



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Mark Moldre Sydney, Australia

From the ashes of Hitchcock's Regret, Mark Moldre recorded his first solo album The Waiting Room. Midnight Oil's, Rob Hirst, had this to say: “A beautifully produced album of melancholic melodies; sad, grand, scary. The Waiting Room is a collection of songs handcrafted by a musician who's lived a lot, seen much, and has written it all down,for his own benefit, and ours. One to keep. 4 stars" ... more

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