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Senseless Things - Something To Miss album flac Performer: Senseless Things
Title: Something To Miss
Style: Indie Rock
Released: 1995
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1415 mb
FLAC album: 1228 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Rock

1. Something To Miss. Written-By – M. Keds, M. Nicholls. 661116 1. Senseless Things. Something To Miss ‎(12").

Something to Miss Album Cover Art. 1.

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Senseless Things - Touch Me On the Heath. Senseless Things - Is It Too Late. Senseless Things - Marlene. Senseless Things - 1. 8. Senseless Things - Role Models. Senseless Things - Wanted. Senseless Things - Scapegoats. Senseless Things - Watching the Pictures Go. Senseless Things - Dead Sun. Senseless Things - The Revivalist.

Senseless Things, O2 Shepherds Bush, London. Senseless Things, alongside Longpigs, were one of the most underrated bands of the nineties. A fantastic live guitar band, their sound was Sonic Youth meets 90s Britpop, dipped in Clash and Buzzcocks. They sadly and suddenly disappeared in 1995 leaving their fans bereft, perhaps only slightly mollified in years to follow by band members appearing in other projects, including Gorillaz, Muse and the Libertines. Roll forward to 2017 and the band have reformed for a one-off gig to play together for the first time in 22 years

Performer: Senseless Things Genre: Rock Album: Something To Miss Released: 1995 Style: Indie Rock.

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The Senseless Things were more than a little in the same vein as the Lollipops, however their catalog was much, much more robust. Was fairly blown away by their sophomore effort The First of Too Many around 1991 or thereabouts. Boasting a good 16 songs from what I recall, they had a pretty neat thing going with their vibrant melange of the Buzzcocks, and then-current bands like The Wonder Stuff and Mega City Four. Calling London, England their home, the Things churned out four albums spanning 1989-95. Equipped with a glossier studio sheen, a slower pace, and a heavier albeit more dynamic sonic aptitude, The Senseless Things definitely made Empire something of an acquired taste. It's key single, the brash "Homophobic Asshole" made minor waves in the UK, but the record never saw the light of day Stateside.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Something To Miss
Written-By – M. Keds*, M. Nicholls*
3:49
2 16.18.21
Written-By – M. Keds*
3:12
3 Never Haunted
Mixed By – Senseless ThingsWritten-By – Lenie Mets, M. Keds*
2:34
4 Answering Machine
Recorded By – Senseless ThingsWritten-By – Paul Westerberg
5:25

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Ralph Jezzard (tracks: 1, 2, 3)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099766 111629
  • Label Code: LC 0199
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: MCPS/SDRM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
661116 1 Senseless Things Something To Miss ‎(12") Epic 661116 1 UK 1995
661116 7 Senseless Things Something To Miss ‎(7", Single, Ltd, Whi) Epic 661116 7 UK 1995
661116 6 Senseless Things Something To Miss ‎(12", Single) Epic 661116 6 UK 1995