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 Bradford - Thirty Years Of Shouting Quietly   

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Release Date:03/02/2018;Notes:Double LP version. Gatefold sleeve. A Turntable Friend Records present a reissue of Bradford's Shouting Quietly, originally released in 1990. Thirty years ago a young Northern band named Bradford were very publically handed the baton by Morrissey to blaze a trail in English indie music after the demise of The Smiths. Top British producer Stephen Street immediately signed the band to his brand new Foundation label and the scene was set for Bradford who in the words of Sounds Magazine in May 1988 were "Five guys with strict haircuts - their image conjures up short, sharp shocks but their music tells a different story... creating intelligent and distinctive, finely crafted pop songs. There are no jangly jaunts through well- trodden paths of predictability - the image, the name, the songs, the intelligence and the voice see to that". Alas two things destroyed their chances: the collapse of Rough Trade, sending Stephen Street's new label into ruin and the overwhelming avalanche in music that became known as "Madchester". Bradford's brand of sleek English pop was suddenly completely out of step with the times. Thirty years on and it's time for a reappraisal. Here it is in it's remastered form, containing three top twenty indie singles, one being the renowned indie classic "Skin Storm" which Morrissey also recorded and released in 1991. This newly remastered re-release also contains "In Liverpool" (a Record Mirror "Single of The Week") their first single for Stephen Street's Foundation label, B sides, the eponymous French mini-album, and some never before released material. Extensive liner notes by Fergal Kinney (Louder Than War).;Track List:1. Greed and Peasant Land;2. To Have and to Hurt;3. Gang of One;4. Always Torn;5. Lust Roulette;6. Adrift Again;7. Radio Edna;8. Everything at Once;9. Gary's Going Down;10. Skin Storm;11. A Wounding;12. In Liverpool;13. Boys Will Be Boys;14. The Loss;15. A Pint of Bitterness;16. Tattered Tangled and Torn (Stephen Street Version);17. Headful of Dreadful (Stephen Street Demo for Album);18. Saturday Insanity (Elephant Studios Version);19. Laughing Larry's (Demo Village Studios);20. Gatling Gun (Strawberry Studios Version);21. Quality of Mercy (Strawberry Studios Version);22. Here Endeth the First Lesson (Stephen Street Demo for Album);23. Little Boy Lost (Stephen Street Demo for Album);24. Hard Feelings (Stephen Street Demo for Album);25. Lift Your Eyes to Where She Dwells (Demo Square One Studios);26. Fallen Open (Demo Square One Studios);27. Swim (Castleford Demo);28. The Swing of Things (Castleford Demo);29. Gang of One Revisited (Stephen Street);30. Skin Storm (Original Single Version);Special Attributes:2 PACK


 
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