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Too Much Texas - Juvenilia

Too Much Texas - Juvenilia


Too Much Texas were the band that Tom Hingley was in before he left in 1989 to join Inspiral Carpets. Laurence Ash the drummer went on to be in a band called the Dream Academy. The band only released one single that got recorded on the John Peel sessions. The video got played on Music Box On ITV. The record contains a mixture of musical styles including 80's theatrical pop (influenced by Teardrop explodes, Echo and the Bunneymen & The Smiths) and more dispercal angst ridden agit pop of The Fall & Stump) These are early recordings made by people who went on to do bigger, better and different things.

Track List:
1. Hurry On Down
2. Jayne
3. Anchor
4. Volcano
5. Eve
6. Harp
7. You Blister My Paint
8. Game Of Love
9. Rogue
10. Plaything
11. Compact Discs
12. Fixed Link
13. Cinema
14. Patrik Mower
15. Infelice
16. Operation Margarine
17. Portugal
18. Paisley Pants
19. One More Nail
20. Jayne #2
21. Anchor #2

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