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Thursday, 29 October 2020

King Creosote - Greetings from Anstruther, Fife

 

 
Short bio:
King Creosote is the stagename of Scottish singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson (from Fife, Scotland). After having featured in Scottish bands Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra and Khartoum Heroes, in 1995 Kenny Anderson launched the Fence record label and began recording albums under the name King Creosote. Since then, Anderson has released over forty albums, beginning with "Queen Of Brush County" in 1998. He was also a member of Scottish-Canadian 'supergroup', The Burns Unit.

In recent years, Anderson has teamed up with Domino Records who have co-released some of his albums. He also spent some time on Warner subsidiary, 679, which gave him major label backing for the first time. His increasing frustration with the music industry and how digital recordings are becoming throwaway commodities led him to release his material in small, vinyl only runs which were largely only available at concerts.
 
Complete (?) discography click here.


Well, this is probably the toughest anthology I've compiled so far. Of the 40+ albums released by him, I have 25. Seing him live back in 2005 I had the opportunity to buy many of his earliest releases, unfortunately I didn't have enough money on me so had to be content with the 4 CDs I could afford. Many of those early releases are now more or less impossible to find.

Because of the massive body of work, I found compiling a single disc of him wouldn't be sufficient, so I've extended this to a 2 disc collection, ranging from his first solo release to his most recent album from 2017. It could easily have been 3 or 4 discs. For me, all of his albums have been incredibly good, but my favourites are "12 O'Clock on the Dot", released in 2000, then "Rocket D.I.Y." from 2005 and "From Scotland with Love", released in 2014.

The 2nd disc was originally intended to consist of rarities, collaborations and some of the bands he's been a member of. I wasn't that happy with the end result, but a few of the rarer tracks did end up on disc 2. Maybe at a later date I'll give it another go. Info containing track origin & year of release is tagged in the music files and in the download file. I really hope you enjoy this 2 hour plus sojourn into the world of King Creosote, and as always... stay safe!

Disc 1:
  1. Let It Come (4:02)
  2. Happy With Our Lot (2:31)
  3. Klutz (2:10)
  4. Teapot (3:07)
  5. Home in a Sentence (2:58)
  6. Rims (4:53)
  7. An Ode to Falling Overboard (2:35)
  8. Tortoise Regrets Hare (3:35)
  9. Unaware of the Grip (5:37)
10. On the Night of the Bonfire (2:43)
11. Over the Top (1:45)
12. Not One Bit Ashamed (4:53)
13. The Minter Scale (4:26)
14. For One Night Only (4:07)
15. Mantra-Rap (2:30)
16. Sunny-Side Up (3:34)
17. Asylum Clothing (3:57)
18. Love Life (4:13)
19. Doubles Underneath (4:02)
20. Impossible to Resist (4:22)
21. This Flaw That Flaw (4:58)
22. End Underlined (2:52)


Disc 2:
  1. Home Creatures (4:59)
  2. You've No Clue Do You (3:20)
  3. Grace (5:31)
  4. The Soak (3:35)
  5. Moral Tenderhooks (3:05)
  6. Little Heart (3:00)
  7. Pie in the Sky (4:00)
  8. I Believe It's True (4:34)
  9. My Favourite Girl (5:32)
10. Saffy Nool (4:36)
11. Voices (1:52)
12. Promises (3:29)
13. Waterfall (3:45)
14. Goodbye Mrs. Hyde (3:49)
15. The Grime Reaper (1:31)
16. Dial C for Cradle (3:24)
17. Largs (3:50)
18. Give It Up (3:27)
19. Ankle Shackles (11:34)



Tuesday, 20 October 2020

21st Century Psychedelia - Volume 2

 


Almost 10 years after the first volume, here's volume 2! All tracks date from 2017 to the present day. I couldn't find any psychedelic artwork to inspire me for this compilation, so I just made a negative of the original cover, and I quite like it! Volume 3 should follow in the next few weeks. As usual, info about origin of each track and year released are tagged in the music files and included in the download file.  Hope you enjoy this new volume, and as ever stay safe.

 

   1. Vuelveteloca - Chepical (4:37)
  2. Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - Hymn for a Droid (3:27)
  3. Lucille Furs - Paint Euphrosyne Blue (3:16)
  4. The Smoking Trees - Dear Sun (3:01)
  5. Abronia - Half Hail (6:49)
  6. The Young Sinclairs - Truth Can't Be Tried (2:53)
  7. Alien Mustangs - Illusions (5:09)
  8. Mote - Adventure Call (4:14)
  9. Frankie and the Witch Fingers - Underneath You (8:43)
10. Melody Fields - Långsam Död (4:47)
11. Triptides - The Illusion (2:51)
12. Janvy - Northwinding Way (3:13)
13. Mohama Saz - Oro Cíngaro (3:11)
14. Juju - Motherfucker Core (7:28)
15. Pretty Lightning - 123 Eternity (3:54)
16. Nathan Hall and the Sinister Locals - Wooden Eyelids (2:30)
17. King Buffalo - Eye of the Storm (9:48)

 

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Friday, 9 October 2020

Long Fin Killie - Kismet 1994-1997

 

 
 
Short bio:
Long Fin Killie, from Scotland, released three albums and several EPs on the British avant-rock label Too Pure in the 1990s. The core line-up consisted of Luke Sutherland (vocals, violin, guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, saxophone, hammer dulcimer, thumb piano, etc.), Colin Greig (electric and upright bass), David Turner (drums/percussion), and Philip Cameron (electric guitar). In 1997, Turner was replaced by Kenny McEwan on drums.Their name was taken from a family of ornamental freshwater fishes known as killifishes, noted for their interesting drought survival and reproductive habits.

The members were all highly trained, enabling them to create complex, atypical music which usually featured hypnotically-bowed violins/celli, jazz-influenced drumming, and meandering ambient passages. Allmusic cited them as having "staggering levels of musicianly talent". Vocalist Luke Sutherland often delivered his cryptic, highly literate lyrics in an androgynous falsetto voice. Almost always provocative, he took on homophobia and racism, Sutherland's slithery, gentle voice often switching from pulse-racing eroticism to angered politicism on a dime, which was only reflected by the band's lush, repetitive, Krautrock- and post-punk-informed rhythms.

I have no recollection of where/when I first heard Long Fin Killie, most probably it was during a period of the 1990s when I was buying more or less anything released on the Too Pure label. I'd never really heard a band like them before, though I could detect certain influences, and I don't think I've really heard anyone like them since their demise. As the short bio states, they released 3 albums and several EPs, and playing through them the past week or so I didn't come across one track I disliked, which made compiling this anthology even tougher. Eventually I managed to cobble together the tracks which stood out for me the most.

Too Pure were, for me, one of the best UK independent labels of the 90s. Manerg suggested to me a few months back that I should do a compilation of the label. An excellent idea, and something I aim to do before the end of this year. For now, I hope you enjoy this collection of one of their finest bands, and in these still hazardous times stay safe and well! As ever, info containing track origin & year of release is tagged in the music files and in the download file.


 1. Flower Carrier (4:16)
 2. Clinch (4:08)
 3. Chrysler (3:24)
 4. Matador (6:21)
 5. Boy Racer (3:07)
 6. Love Smothers Allergy (5:58)
 7. Rhino (3:41)
 8. Flaccid Tabloid (3:15)
 9. Kismet (4:10)
10. Butterbelly (7:50)
11. Hollywood Gem (3:03)
12. Lipstick (3:57)
13. Coward (5:16)
14. Nation (2:42)
15. Ringer (3:55)
16. Fresher (2:56)
17. Stacked (2:34)
18. Love Life (3:26)
19. The Lamberton Lamplighter (5:07)

 
 

Thursday, 1 October 2020

Songs from Beneath the Spaghetti Tree Vol. 61

 

 
 
 
  1. Matt Berry - Moonlight Flit (2:42)
  2. Fugu - Sol y Sombra (2:41)
  3. String Driven Thing - It's a Game (3:34)
  4. Fenne Lily - Solipsism (3:02)
  5. That Petrol Emotion - It's a Good Thing (2:33)
  6. The Dragons - Food for My Soul (4:01)
  7. The Bees - Silver Line (3:35)
  8. Binario - Tarde Demais (5:06)
  9. Turtle Skull - Rabbit (3:59)
10. Om - Waiting of Godot (4:35)
11. Stretch - Why Did You Do It (3:30)
12. Peter Hammill - White Dot (6:21)
13. Chelo Lares - Vox Day (3:04)
14. Moonshake - City Poison (3:57)
15. Aphrodite's Child - Break (2:54)
16. Radio Stars - Macaroni 'n' Mice (2:38)
17. Jeanne-Marie Sens - Méli Mélo (1:59)
18. Clau Aniz - Iuá Uru (4:25)
19. Yves Jarvis - Semula (2:58)
20. Mint Field - Contingencia (3:13)
21. Unified Field Theory - Aptenodytes Patagonicus (3:05)
22. The Teardrop Explodes - The Culture Bunker (5:27)
 
 
 

Friday, 25 September 2020

Drifting in Space

 

 
 
I've been busy trying to compile more anthologies but just couldn't find the inspiration to complete any of them. So, I'll have a little break from them and hopefully inspiration will return! 
This compilation was inspired from an old spotify playlist I posted a few years back, dedicated to space rock. Some of the tracks featured here are on that playlist, and I'm sure there'll be a second volume not too far in the future. Not all the bands on this comp would be classed as "space rock", but the songs chosen I feel certainly fit the bill. So here we have bands from the USA, Sweden, Japan, Germany, France, Belgium and the UK. Years covered are from the late 60s to the (almost) present day. I hope you all enjoy this one, and as ever keep safe!


  1. Aqua Nebula Oscillator - Ready to Fly (6:19) [2008]
  2. The Heads - Legavaan Satellite (5:34) [2000]
  3. Guru Guru - Electric Junk (11:01) [1971]
  4. Loop - Afterglow (5:13) [1990]
  5. My Sleeping Karma - Vayu (5:55) [2015]
  6. Pink Floyd - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun (5:21) [1968]
  7. Juan Trip' - Robot and Space Chips (4:36) [2006]
  8. Broadcast - Man Is Not a Bird (3:47) [2003]
  9. Far East Family Band - The Cave, Down to the Earth (7:09) [1974]
10. Dungen - Gör det Nu (3:03) [2007]
11. F/i - Hit the Kill Switch, Eugene (6:44) [2003]
12. Brainticket - Watchin' You (4:29) [1972]
13. Sun Dial - Sunstroke / Mind Train (13:24) [1993]



Sunday, 13 September 2020

Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - Greasy Chud Spanker



Short bio:
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 formed in 1986 in San Francisco, California, United States, though half of its members are from Iowa. Their albums combine lo-fi noise rock and ambient sounds (referred to as "Feller filler") with tightly constructed rock and pop songs. The band has a small but intensely loyal cult following. Band members are Brian Hageman, Mark Davies, Anne Eickelberg, Hugh Swarts and Jay Paget. Hageman was also a member of the Iowa City based group, Horny Genius.

The band achieved their greatest critical and commercial success in the mid-1990s, when they signed with the indie rock label Matador Records. It was during this time that Thinking Fellers produced their most prominent albums, Lovelyville, and Strangers from the Universe. They toured the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and the UK in 1994 and made an appearance on the John Peel radio show on the BBC. In 1996 they toured briefly as an opening act for the then-popular band Live but were not received well by the Live fanbase. Thinking Fellers has been largely dormant since 1996, having toured sporadically and released only one full album, Bob Dinners and Larry Noodles Present Tubby Turdner's Celebrity Avalanche, since. 


Anyone who is a newcomer to TFUL282, I can only warn in advance should you feel inspired to purchase any of their albums. As stated in the short bio above, their albums "combine lo-fi noise rock and ambient sounds (referred to as "Feller filler")". Most of their albums there's plenty of the Feller filler, which I know many fans of the band absolutely love. Others beg to differ. Personally, I don't mind it too much but would have preferred less of it on each release. For this collection, there is very little "filler", concentrating on my favourite "proper" songs from their back catalogue.

From 1988 to 2001 they released 7 studio albums, plus several EPs/singles. My favourite albums by them I'd say are their first album, "Wormed by Leonard", and their final (?) album "Bob Dinners and Larry Noodles Present Tubby Turdner's Celebrity Avalanche". For this  collection I've taken tracks from all albums, plus the odd single/EP release, and a couple of tracks from compilation albums. "Feller filler" is at a minimum, just the one track included which I've put in the middle of this collection. This is probably the most "difficult" band I've made an anthology of so far, but I hope you'll enjoy the songs I've chosen. As ever, info containing track origin & year of release is tagged in the music files and in the download file.


  1. Leaky Bag (3:53)
  2. Tell Me (4:07)
  3. The Piston and the Shaft (5:05)
  4. Sister Hell (3:22)
  5. Empty Cup (2:57)
  6. 2x4s (4:25)
  7. The Electrocutioner (3:25)
  8. Everything's Impossible (4:02)
  9. Narlus Spectre (3:14)
10. Heavy Head (4:59)
11. My Pal the Tortoise (2:47)
12. Hills (2:11)
13. Catcher (2:25)
14. Sinking Boats (4:48)
15. Who Are Parents? (4:22)
16. Perlmnlrl (5:12)
17. '91 Dodge Van (1:33)
18. Undertaker (3:19)
19. Noble Experiment (3:31)
20. Hive (4:35)
21. Flames Up (3:10)
22. Misfits Park (2:54)
23. Everyday (1:56)
24. Another Clip (3:51)





Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Kramer - Being Absurd



Short bio:
Mark Kramer (born Stephen Michael Bonner, 1958 in New York City, United States) known professionally as Kramer, is a musician, composer, record producer and founder of the New York City record label Shimmy Disc. He was a full-time member of the bands New York Gong, B.A.L.L., Shockabilly, Bongwater and Dogbowl & Kramer, has played on tour (usually on bass guitar) with bands such as Butthole Surfers, Ween, Half Japanese and The Fugs (1984 reunion tour), and has also performed regularly with John Zorn and other improvising musicians of New York City's so-called "downtown scene" of the 1980s.

Kramer's most notable work as a producer has been with bands such as Galaxie 500 (whose entire oeuvre he produced), Low (whom he discovered and produced), Half Japanese, White Zombie, GWAR, King Missile, Danielson Famile, Will Oldham, Daniel Johnston, and Urge Overkill, including their hit cover of "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon".

My introduction to the world of Kramer began when I started buying albums released on his Shimmy Disc label. As I've stated before on this blog, my favourite record label of the 1980s/early 90s was Flying Nun, but I'd say during that period Shimmy Disc were a close 2nd. Through the label I discovered such great bands as King Missile, When People Were Shorter and Lived Near the Water, The Tinklers, Japan's Ruins and Boredoms. At the time, B.A.L.L. were particular favourites, even managing to see them play live at the Fulham Greyhound around 1989. If I had to pick one band he was in that stood out more than anyone else, it was the wonderful Bongwater. Releasing 4 excellent albums (plus a couple of EPs and 1 single) from 1987 to 1992, to this day I often go back to those albums, never tiring of them.

For this collection I decided to concentrate on albums released under his name only, plus various compilation tracks credited only to him. I chose nothing from the album "Let Me Explain Something to You About Art", from 1998, as it featured only 3 very lengthy tracks which wouldn't fit on this collection. Also not included are any tracks from "The Brill Building, Book Two, Featuring Bill Frisell", released in 2017. His debut solo release, 1992's "The Guilt Trip" I think is his finest work. The album's cover is a parody of George Harrison’s "All Things Must Pass", and like that album it's a sprawling triple album (or double CD). Not surprisingly selections from this album feature most here, 7 tracks in total.
 

He's recorded several other albums either in the bands mentioned in the bio, or collaborating with other artists such as Jad Fair, Ralph Carney and Daved Hild, John S. Hall, Daevid Allen, Dogbowl and Hugh Hopper. Most of them are definitely worth purchasing. Maybe one day I'll do another Kramer compilation, featuring my favourite tracks from these collaborations plus tracks by B.A.L.L., Shockabilly etc.
As ever, info containing track origin & year of release is tagged in the music files and in the download file. I hope you enjoy this latest collection, and stay safe!


  1. Hello Music (4:31)
  2. She Won't Let Go (3:53)
  3. Strings (3:35)
  4. My Way (2:36)
  5. Insight (3:06)
  6. Got What I Deserved (4:53)
  7. The Well Hung Jury (3:03)
  8. Save the Last Dance for Me (3:05)
  9. The Slider (1:55)
10. Sshhh (3:33)
11. Who Are You Today? (6:22)
12. Big of You (3:53)
13. The Opium Wars Have Long Ceased (2:50)
14. Walk on By (3:04)
15. The Ephus Ball (2:01)
16. Charlotte's Brain (2:57)
17. My Rock 'n Roll (2:52)
18. 69 Annee Erotique (4:15)
19. Don't Come Around (3:42)
20. Do Wah Diddy Diddy (3:33)
21. The Maximus Poems (3:48)
22. It Never Stops Being Absurd (5:33)



Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Dedicated to You... (Manerg's Canterbury Mix)


Deviating from my usual compilations/anthologies, I originally asked my pal Manerg if he wanted to do his own "Desert Island" mix. After thinking about it he came back to me with an idea for doing a compilation of bands who were either originators or inspired by the Canterbury Sound. I agreed it would be an excellent idea, he's much more of an expert on the Canterbury Scene than me. I asked him to say a few words on this mix.

Manerg wrote:
"The tracks and bands I chose for this compilation are what I think is the natural organic movement of the style. The DNA and its mutations if you like. Starting with the originators, members of Soft Machine and Caravan forming the band that was the source of the genre, that band being The Wilde Flowers. The Canterbury Sound was an amalgam of free jazz, classical, pop and a dose of psychedelia. The early Mothers of Invention albums can also be heard as an influence.

The Canterbury Scene spread its tentacles further afield, many groups and artists in The Netherlands, France, Italy and Spain and all points of the compass have 'that sound', which has travelled throughout the years always remaining underground. Some musicians linked to the scene have at times raised their head above ground and even had a modicum of chart success, Robert Wyatt and Dave Stewart (not The Eurythmics guy but a member of National Health) being examples. The latter had a hit with a cover of Lesley Gore's 'It's my Party', accompanied by Barbara Gaskin, who was once a member of Canterbury group Spirogyra (not the jazz funk outfit).

The Canterbury Sound is still alive and thriving. The last few tracks on this mix are recent recordings by bands that pay homage and wave the flag for a scene that even its original movers and shakers can't quite describe.

Vive l'école de Canterbury"


  1. Caravan - Cecil Rons (4:05)
  2. The Soft Machine - Why Are We Sleeping? (5:32)
  3. Kevin Ayers - Song for Insane Times (4:01)
  4. Khan - Stargazers (5:32)
  5. Uriel - Garden of Earthly Delights (2:44)
  6. Egg - A Visit to Newport Hospital (8:24)
  7. Spirogyra - A Canterbury Tale (4:04)
  8. Matching Mole - Instant Kitten (4:59)
  9. Robert Wyatt - Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road (6:08)
10. Moving Gelatine Plates - London Cab (7:30)
11. Cos - Fanfan la Tulipe (2:38)
12. Supersister - She Was Naked (3:43)
13. Hatfield and the North - Fitter Stoke Has a Bath (7:33)
14. National Health - Clocks and Clouds (6:42)
15. Daevid Allen and Kramer - Song for Robert (3:49)
16. Homunculus Res - La Cabala (3:58)
17. The Winstons - Nicotine Freak (4:31)
18. Magic Bus - Distant Future (7:06)
19. Big Hogg - Little Bear (1:16)



Saturday, 29 August 2020

Songs from Beneath the Spaghetti Tree Vol. 60



  1. Sospetto - Il Sonno Leggero (2:59)
  2. Big Dwarf - Bobby (The Boy With the Reversible Head) (2:07)
  3. Nathan Hall and the Sinister Locals - Tarantula! (2:51)
  4. Bendith - Mis Mehefin (3:39)
  5. Homunculus Res - Supermercato (6:17)
  6. Viv Stanshall - Terry Keeps His Clips On (3:38)
  7. Os Tropies - Lua Escura (4:48)
  8. Colorama - Crosville (3:35)
  9. Ray Torske - 666 (3:06)
10. The Amazing New Chico Hamilton Quintet - Lonesome Child (5:52)
11. The Young Sinclairs - Same Old Now (3:51)
12. Moebius & Beerbohm - Clarks Shiraz (4:29)
13. Still Corners - Eyes (2:36)
14. Nikki Sudden - Chelsea Embankment (2:21)
15. The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Jackie Blue (4:07)
16. Halasan Bazar - Lucky You (4:51)
17. Even As We Speak - Leaves (2:53)
18. Roberto Cacciapaglia - Find Your Way (3:58)
19. La Logia Sarabanda - Cajon de Castanas (3:09)
20. Stereolab - Fried Monkey Eggs (1:59)
21. Sky Picnic - Half the Queen's Face (3:08)
22. Alan Jenkins and The Thurston Lava Tube - The Slow Fat Pudding Explodes Naked (2:51)


Monday, 24 August 2020

Dawn of the Replicants - Howlin' in the Dark



Bio:
"Initially a duo of Paul Vickers & Roger Simian, the band released an EP entitled "So Far So Spitfire" in December 1996. John Peel and Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 1 DJs gave the EP substantial airplay. The band was expanded to a quintet and a second self-released single followed in the summer of 1997. They signed for East West Records, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Records. Before the close of the year, a few more EPs followed, accolades from the NME, and The Times newspaper declared them the 'best new band of 1997'. The band quickly grew into one of the most inventive groups in the United Kingdom. Impossible to categorize, their music is, according to founders Paul Vickers and Roger Simian, a mix of "swamp rock, pop, glam rock, electro-girlie, jazz, doo wop, nasty ass blues, hip-hop, redneck, and experimentalism."

The 1998 single "Candlefire", taken from the debut album reached number 52 in the UK Singles Chart. The follow-up, "Hogwash Farm" (lead track of The Diesel Hands EP), peaked at number 65. That summer the band played both the Glastonbury and Reading Festivals. Before his death, John Peel aired five sessions, four as Dawn of the Replicants plus a one-off session which Vickers and Simian recorded as side project, Pluto Monkey. The band's single "Science Fiction Freak", taken from the second Replicants' album, made John Peel's 'Festive 50' in 1999. The album sold less well than its predecessor and Warner Bros. dropped the band.

After a break the band returned with a third album and a live tour in 2002. In 2005 the band played at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. While on tour in the UK during early 2006, the band took part in the Abbey Road Sessions for American satellite radio station U-Pop and enjoyed video plays on MTV2, whilst Mojo, NME, Uncut, and Q all carried reviews of their fifth studio album, "Fangs". In 2006 ten years was celebrated with a 22-track singles collection, "Bust The Trunk". New tracks were recorded in early 2007 for the (as yet unreleased) sixth studio album. Members of Dawn of the Replicants can currently be found working on projects including Paul Vickers and The Leg, Mr. Twonkey, The Stark Palace, The Stone Ghost Collective, Mike and Michi, COW and The Border Boogie Band."


A band I was very fond of back in the day, revisiting their back catalogue has been a very enjoyable experience. Yet another criminally overlooked band, I'm guessing Warner Bros. just didn't know how to handle the band. Too diverse/uncategorizable to see any huge mainstream chart action, it was no big surprise when they were dropped by the label. Fortunately the band did soldier on with 3 more studio albums for various independent labels. While the recordings for these albums weren't of the high budget of their first two, they were still of very high quality, and just as inventive. 

At the time of their 5th album, Paul Vickers said, "What a lot of major record labels suffer from is no company loyalty. What happens is nobody's safe in their jobs, and the turnover of jobs is so fast, that you have a lot of people who don't really give a damn working for the company." Vickers was philosophical about the glitches in their career, regarding it with a characteristic sense of humour, "You can't be in Dawn of the Replicants without having an element of humour - we're underdogs. People have preconceptions and write us off as being a weird band without actually listening to our records. I think the problem was that we didn't look cool - we were even described by one journalist as 'four farmers and a freak'".

I doubt we'll be seeing a 6th DotR album, being 14 years now since "Fangs" was released, but I strongly recommend the Paul Vickers and The Leg releases, not having heard the other offshoots of the band as yet. Selections for this collection are from all 5 of their studio albums, and the several singles/EPs they released. As ever, stay safe in these still hazardous times, and I hope you enjoy!


  1. Spear That Tear (2:23)
  2. Night Train to Lichtenstein (3:10)
  3. Big Hefty Hounds (3:20)
  4. Who Poisoned the Food? (3:04)
  5. Candlefire (4:08)
  6. Seasick Odyssey (2:38)
  7. Trout Fishing (4:00)
  8. Warp Flows (2:36)
  9. Gasoline Vine (2:45)
10. Howlin' in the Dark (0:47)
11. Mary Louise (3:26)
12. Sgt Growley (John Peel session) (5:30)
13. Rockefeller Center, 1932 (2:56)
14. Crow Valley (3:05)
15. Cuckoo Clock (3:12)
16. Get a Bright Flame (5:06)
17. Lisa Box (3:30)
18. Blue Bugle (0:49)
19. Oh, Bumble Bee (2:54)
20. Chesty Morgan (5:52)
21. Sub Erotic Fields (3:02)
22. Hogwash Farm (Re-Built) (3:13)
23. Leaving Town (2:59)
24. So Sleepy (2:48)
25. Beneath the Waves (2:24)


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