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Dance, Dance, Dance, Dance, Dance

I know that Love Will Tear Us Apart is a brilliant record, but, for me, this has the edge and is my favourite Joy Division song.   113 more words

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And then there was?

Radiohead.  I can’t really ignore this – the moment when they arrived on the scene.  First played by (whoa) Gary Davies on Radio 1.  Unlikely, but true. 76 more words

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Why does Mr Universe always come from Earth?

Half Man Half Biscuit’s ‘Urge for Offal’ is my Album of the Week #5. I have been addicted to the music of these lads from the Wirral peninsular since first hearing ‘Trumpton Riots’ on John Peel in about 1986. 196 more words

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AN IMAGINARY COMPILATION ALBUM #7 - HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT

The contents of this online review of the most recent Half Man Half Biscuit LP captures it all so perfectly:-

If Half Man Half Biscuit did not exist, it would be imperative to invent them. 1,692 more words

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NEXT YEAR'S NOSTALGIA FEST (Part 8 of 48)

I shouldn’t…..but I get quite annoyed whenever I see Half Man Half Biscuit lumped in with the C86 movement.  Yes, their initial recordings were marked by a cheapness and low-fi quality that became the mark of the C86 bands but given that the utterly brilliant Back In The D.H.S.S was released in 1985   – and by utterly brilliant I mean not only was it great entertainment but it I had never heard anything quite like it before – it seems unfair that a band as distinctive and ground-breaking as HMHB were put into a genre where a lot of bands sounded and indeed looked alike. 258 more words

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Wallowing merrily in an Offal album

Half Man Half Biscuit: Urge For Offal (Probe Plus)

THE BISCUITS ARE guaranteed a place in Indie Heaven when eventually they shuffle off this mortal coil after a slew of excellent albums that finds uses for plankton-level celebrities, and revels in the minutae of everyday life. 403 more words

Frank Turner @ 93 Feet East - London

Oxygen Thief is a complete anomaly. There is nothing like him in music at present. You couldn’t fault his enthusiasm; he went absolutely mental on stage from start to finish. 520 more words

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