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Answers on a postcard please?
called "Four thousand and (...) seconds: A Shortcut to Teenage Fanclub".
But if you wanted to start with a proper album, either Bandwagonesque or Grand Prix would do.
then Grand Prix
....is a good start, but as the others say Bandwagonseque and Grand Prix are a must. Songs From Northern Britain is a top album too. Stay away feom The King. The first album "A Catholic Education" is non-essential, Thirteen was panned but not sure it deserved the bad press, it came after Bandwagonesque and it was a hard act to follow. "Howdy" is a solid effort and their most recent "Manmade" is pop bliss.
Best intro you'll get.
that's all you really need, 3 of the best albums ever.
this...i could not have said it better
the Grand Prix/Songs for Northern Britain double pack in Fopp for £3. Makes sense.
are all essential purchases and you could pick up deep fried fanclub for 'everything flows', 'free again' and 'god knows it's true'.