The Dentists - Writhing On The Shagpile album flac
Title: Writhing On The Shagpile
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1638 mb
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Tambourine Records (catalog number URINE 3). This album was released in 1987 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, 12".
Shortly afterwards, their Writhing On The Shagpile EP also made the indie charts. In 1987, on their third visit to mainland Europe, the band were signed by the Belgian label Antler Records, who released a compilation album, Beer Bottle and Bannister Symphonies, and 12" single, The Fun Has Arrived. During the late 1980s the Dentists were the main attraction in the Medway Bands' Cooperative (their closest rivals being The Claim). In June 1987, The Dentists headlined a show at the George Hotel in Chatham which featured all 23 acts. After a relatively quiet period with no new releases for over two years, the band's second album, Heads and How to Read Them, was released on Antler in 1991. Third drummer, Rob Grigg replaced Alun Jones on the eve of the European Tour to promote the album.
The Dentists - Writhing On The Shagpile (12", EP). Tambourine Records. The Dentists - Some People Are On The Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now (Album).
THE DENTISTS Writhing On Shagpile - 12" 5 Track - TAMBOURINE Urine3 UK 1987 - EX. GBP 30,00.
The Dentists were an indie/pop band from the Medway towns (as part of the Medway scene) in England who were active from 1984 to 1995. Membri: Alun Jones, Ian Smith (4), Mark Matthews (7), Michael Murphy (5), Rob Grigg, Robert Collins (4). Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto The Dentists. Over the years, the band had attracted an underground following in the United States, and two American fans arranged for the band to play the 1991 College Music Journal festival. Shortly afterward, the Dentists were signed by the American label Homestead Records, which released the compilation Dressed (1992) and the album Powdered Lobster Fiasco (1993).
Writhing on the Shagpile.
The Dentists final two albums, Behind the Door I Keep the Universe and Deep 6 (both recorded for a major label amazingly) offered no deficit of quality control in the songwriting department, but didn't pack as much bite and nascent excitement as their first volley of eps, and their debut long-player, Some People Are on the Pitch. Fortunately for me there was a lot of that "earlier stuff," to go around, some of which was conveniently distilled on their Dressed retrospective collection. Heads and How to Read Them was something of a transitional record, wherein the Dentists slowly.
|A1||Writhing On The Shagpile|
|A2||Just Like Oliver Reed|
|B1||A Strange Way To Go About Things|
|B2||Calm You Down|
|B4||The Turquoise Castle|
- Artwork [Cover] – Martin Schori
- Bass – Mark Matthews
- Drums, Sleeve Notes – Alun Gwynne Jones*
- Guitar, Vocals – Michael Murphy
- Lacquer Cut By – MAX.*
- Lead Guitar – Bob Collins*
- Producer, Engineer – Julie-Ann Jones
- Written-By [All Songs] – Jones*, Matthews*, Murphy*, Collins*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): URINE-3-A. ∗ MAX.
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): URINE-3-B. ∗ MAX.