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GROOVE FARM (the) : I Know It's Only Indiepop... But I Like It

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Indie pop.1986. Bristol, meant many things, but it also meant The Groove Farm – with their own unique garage/surf take on pop/punk as inspired by Buzzcocks, The Undertones, The Jam and The Chords.

: Baby Blue Marine

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01. Surfin’ Into Your Heart

02. It Always Rains On Sunday

03. The Best Part Of Being With You

04. Stop!

05. Baby Blue Marine

06. The Big Black Plastic Explosion (It’s Alright It’s Alright!)

07. It Might Not Mean That Much To You But It Means A Lot To Me

08. Heaven Is Blue

09. I’m Never Going To Fall In Love Again

10. Couldn’t Get To Sleep

11. Driving In Your New Car (Triumph Herald)

12. You Can’t Deny It, Can You?

13. Just A Silly Phase I’m Going Through

14. Captain Fantastic

15. Something’s Going Wrong

16. In The Summertime

17. I Can’t Dance With You

18. No Friend Of Mine

19. Nancy Sinatra

20. Don’t Try That Old Routine On Me

21. Watching The World Go By

22. That’s Deceit

23. No One Like You

The Groove Farm’s first single ‘Sore Heads and Happy Hearts’ exactly 25 years ago (well November) was sent to Janice Long and John Peel – who played it within the very next few days and becoming firm favourites on the independent radio airwaves. Becoming a fine and legendary live act and an uncompromising force to be reckoned with, they were part of The Subway Organisation troupe alongside, The Flatmates and The Chesterfields et al. Throughout their time The Groove Farm toured with The Wedding Present and constantly appeared in the indie charts, consistently proving their appeal as one of the most exciting indie pop bands of the time. The Groove Farm 1986 – 1990 provided a wealth of takes on pop but was always elemental, immediate and FUN, never failing with it’s ‘true to the bone’ stance. Matt Haynes wrote on The Groove Farm ‘THAT DAY I DISCOVERED PUNK ROCK!’ in Sarah 4 fanzine - a firm believer in their pop conviction and manic pop bliss. This cd, ‘ Its Only Indie Pop..But I Like It’, fantastically archives the finest moments with only their best bits (23 and a bit tracks) included, complete with pics, photos, posters, info and accounts of a time that was truly special and truly theirs..it can be yours too. We think you’d… ‘like it’ too, after all is 100% indie pop.

 

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GROOVE FARM (the) : I Know It's Only Indiepop... But I Like It

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Indie pop.1986. Bristol, meant many things, but it also meant The Groove Farm – with their own unique garage/surf take on pop/punk as inspired by Buzzcocks, The Undertones, The Jam and The Chords.

: Baby Blue Marine

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