Forever Until Victory. What Is There To Smile About. The Janice Long Radio 1 Session. 1988-01-04: John Peel Session.
Close Lobsters download free and listen online. Close Lobsters Janice Long Session ep (1988) - 04. Never Seen Before.
Close Lobsters were formed in the Scottish village of Paisley (prophetically enough, given the band's psychedelic tendencies) in 1985 by singer Andrew Burnett and drummer Stewart McFayden. The pair couldn't decide between the names the Close and the Lobsters and simply combined the two for their nonsensical but evocative handle
Artist: Close Lobsters, Song: New York City in Space, Duration: 4:59, File type: mp3. №2953427285. Close Lobsters Janice Long Session ep (1988) - 03. Pathetic Trivia. Close Lobsters Skyscrapers Of St. Mirin. The pair couldn't decide between the names the Close and the Lobsters and simply combined the two for their nonsensical but evocative handle. fans, Strange Fruit released Close Lobsters' four-song Janice Long Session from July, 1986, including the a-sides of the first two singles, the B-side "Nothing Really Matters" and "Pathetic Trivia," which would be reworked as "Pathetique" on Foxheads Stalk This Land. Close Lobsters' second full album, Headache Rhetoric, was released in March 1989.
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|B2||Never Seen Before|