Soft Spot

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Soft Spot
Studio album by Clem Snide
Released June 6, 2003[1]
Genre indie/alt-country
Label spinART
Producer Joe Chiccarelli[1]
Clem Snide chronology
Moment in the Sun EP
Soft Spot
A Beautiful EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]
Uncut 2/5 stars[3]

Soft Spot is the fourth album by alt-country band Clem Snide; as Eef Barzelay describes it, the album is the "good love songs" counterpart to the bad love songs of The Ghost of Fashion.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Forever, Now and Then"
  2. "Tuesday, October 24th"
  3. "All Green"
  4. "Close the Door"
  5. "Action"
  6. "Find Love"
  7. "There Is Nothing"
  8. "Strong Enough"
  9. "Happy Birthday"
  10. "Fontanelle"
  11. "Every Moment"


The album was produced by Joe Chiccarelli, who has produced Elton John, Frank Zappa, and Rufus Wainwright in the past; Barzelay (jokingly) told Rolling Stone that the reason Chiccarelli was talked into producing the album was that "he might have had some community service obligations or unpaid parking tickets."[1] Half of the songs on the album were cut live.[1]


  • Eef Barzelay
  • Jason Glasser — cello/keyboards
  • Eric Paull — drummer
  • Pete Fitzpatrick — guitar
  • Brendan Fitzpatrick (Pete's cousin[1]) — bass
  • Mary Roul — violin
  • Mary Olive Smith — vocals
  • Andrew Innis — saxophone


  1. ^ a b c d e f Clem Snide Reveal "Soft Spot" from Rolling Stone
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ Uncut review