Friday, 28 October 2011
Feeble amount of information about this 7", I'm afraid. All I know is that it came out in 1997, on Plastique Recordings. Side 1 is labelled 'analogue side', and 2 is 'digital side'. Beyond that I know nothing. Anything I told you would be what I could find by searching for them on the internet. What I do know is that this single's well worth an ear, and I hope you enjoy it. Any more information would be welcome. I like the cover.
I will attempt to resume normal service next month!
1. Addicted To A T.V.
2. Pelvic Rock
Wednesday, 5 October 2011
I know, I know. And I'm not here for the next two weeks, so there's going to be another huge gap. I'm so slack.
Anyway, to keep you going, here's a cracking tune from an early indie comeback (before Ned's got in on the act). The single is really, really good, and was quite big at the time. It was recorded before he lost the ability to sing. 'Hurricane' sounds like The Doors, and it's a good track. It does sound like a b-side, but it's well worth hearing.
Fair amount of surface noise all over this, for some reason, but I guess if that bothered you, you wouldn't be here.
The packaging is lovely, kind of gatefold, and with an inner sleeve. That and two b-sides... Well. You know what I like, and that's the kind of thing I like.
1. Nothing Lasts Forever
Here you go.