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Where's best to start? I have heard a few of their songs but have no idea which album(s) they were off.
but their cover of Sweet Home Alabama is GOLD.
T&G in the late 80s is all gold, tbh.
Yeah, they have two of their albums on cd (boo) in Out Of Step in Leeds and I have no idea which to go with.
I swaying towards the Uncompromising War On Art Under The Dictatorship Of The Proletariat album, mainly because it has a song called Knuckes the dog (Who helps people).
i'm madly jealous of leeds having a hardcore specialist shop.
Aye its decent, though I have to say Roadkill in Manchester is really good too. Well stocked and very reasonably priced.
I love walking in there and the guy is always listening to some badly recorded hardcore/punk/metal/doom band which sounds all the better for the shoddy production. And he's still playing Solitaire. He actually has my dream job.
I know. I hate him.
"Intellectuals are the shoeshine boys of the ruling elite" which I read somewhere was the best place to start (hence me buying it).
I used to love it. Haven't listened to it in a while though but I will tonight.
Does it sound like Fudge Tunnel at all? For some reason I always imagine that they'll sound like Hate Songs In E Minor.
Funnyest lyrics ever. Then Twelve Point Buck, and then work your way back.The later stuff is good but they lost it a bit after Bill Hobson left.
Which is the harshest, most punishing album of theirs then? This is basically the one I'm after.
(an ex's friend became offended when she saw that title, she found it insulting, jee-zus)then Little Baby Buntin' then The Uncompromising War On Art Under The Dictatorship Of The Proletariat, all great albums
I recorded all of these for two DiS boarders at the beginning of the year and they've never listened to them
'For Ladies Only'. The version of American Pie is pretty much definitive. Also their version of Janet Jackson's 'Nasty' is pure gold too, if you can find it.
only about 30 people turned up(chester knows nothing)i had to use my dole money to pay them and they stayed at my house-lovely band they were
in 1989.Then I stayed in your house to.
Then For ladies only
Oh did I mention I've got the 7 inch box set version.
at jones.tim barlow co promoted.
oh nights...they were the days,,,spacemen 3,rapeman,mudhoney,nirvana............and on and on,my bloody valentine!!!!!!
It was just as empty in 89. I stayed at the promoters place as I knew him then (can't remember his name now). Hung out with Killdozer the next day. They were indeed a lovely bunch of blokes.
I saw some good gigs in Chester. Rapeman, Dinosaur Jr and Band of Susans at Olivers was onf my favourite gigs ever.
I too own the For Ladies Only 7 inch pack....And I'm not even a lady.
start with 12 bpoint buck... Great band love all their records.