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DRISCOLLS (the) : CDx2 Complete Recordings 1988-1991

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The Driscolls were one of the better bands of the fertile late '80s/early '90s UK indiepop scene, with a handful of singles on Restless and Teatime Records and even a Woosh flexi. Sure, their records don't exactly fetch a handsome price amongst record collectors, but their music - a perfect hybrid of '60s mod and jangly indiepop - is definitely priceless.

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2014-RELEASES.

This two-disc set compiles all of the band's singles PLUS all of their compilation tracks culled from numerous high-profile indiepop tapes PLUS eight previously-unreleased songs recorded before the band split! Heck, there's even a radio interview with the band on here, capping off a stunning 35-track collection that is easily one of the best reissues of 2014!

Tracklisting:

Father's Name Was Dad

Girl I Want You Back

Groovy Little Town

Andrew

Julie Christie

I Heard A Rumour

Doctor Good And His Incredible Life Saving Soap

If Only

Mrs. Jones

You Must Be Mad

Something To Learn

Groovy Little Town (acoustically revisited)

This Is A Different Song

Bang Goes Another Cloud

Out Of My Head

How Does It Feel?

Superman

Sky High

The Return Of Lord Kitchener

Coloured Windows

Brittle Beautiful

Green Tambourine

Another Day (Little Pill)

P.C. Roberts

Call Me Anything

Time For Change

It's Your Daughter

Circles

Here It Comes Again

These Things

Shame About The Rain

She Said She Said

Coloured Windows (alternate version)

X-Ray Eyes (live)

radio interview

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DRISCOLLS (the) : CDx2 Complete Recordings 1988-1991

The Driscolls were one of the better bands of the fertile late '80s/early '90s UK indiepop scene, with a handful of singles on Restless and Teatime Records and even a Woosh flexi. Sure, their records don't exactly fetch a handsome price amongst record collectors, but their music - a perfect hybrid of '60s mod and jangly indiepop - is definitely priceless.

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