The album ' The Correct Use Of Soap' released by Magazine in 1980.
It's probably one of my all-time favourite LPs. Anyone paying particularly close attention to the lyrics might notice a similarity to some of my more obtuse comments of recent days...
'Lyceum' a 10" vinyl mini-LP by softie Scottish anarcho-melodians 'The Orchids'.
'In The Beginning' a compilation of early singles and Peel Session tracks by Brighton's favourite 90s anorak-wearing progressive retro-psychonauts '14 Iced Bears'.
'The Clock Comes Down The Stairs' the seminal third album by celebrated Irish transatlantican rationalists 'Microdisney'
Just been listening to a recording of a concert done by David Gedge and the BBC Big Band - during which a selection of songs by Gedge's bands 'The Wedding Present' and 'Cinerama' are arranged and played with a Glenn Miller style 1930s big band.
I don't mind telling you - it was bloody awful - I won't be listening to it again...
Currently listening to nothing. The 'Tennicoats' CD I ordered is stuck in the postal strike somewhere... boo! :-(
My Pastels / Tenniscoats CD finally turned up.
It's a mixture of Scottish anorak maturity and Japanese J-Pop youthfulness. With a corking cover version of the Jesus & Mary Chain's 'About You'.
'Ecclesiastical Perks' by post-punk post-modern social-satirists 'Half Man Half Biscuit'.
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