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  1. Sagul
    Feb 11,  · Reunited Scottish indie-pop favorites Close Lobsters — immortalized on the NME’s genre-defining C86 compilation cassette — next week will release their first new album in 31 years, a song collection that’s preceded by the release of two tracks: “Godless” and “All Compasses Go Wild.”. The band’s third album, its full title is Post Neo Anti: Arte Povera In the .
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  2. Dokinos
    13 rows · May 22,  · referencing Foxheads Stalk This Land, LP, Album, D, /5(92).
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  3. Kek
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Foxheads Stalk This Land on Discogs. Label: Enigma Records (3) - D • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock/5.
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  4. Akill
    Apr 29,  · Foxheads Stalk This Land, an Album by Close Lobsters. Released in on Emergo (catalog no. EM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jangle Pop, C Featured peformers: Andrew Burnett (songwriter, vocals), Graeme Wilmington (guitar), Tom Donnelly (guitar), Robert Burnett (bass), Stewart McFayden (drums), John Rivers (producer)/5(12).
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  5. Samugar
    In the mid-'80s, when Britain's underground music scene was dominated by jangly guitars, twee vocals, and fast rhythms, the Close Lobsters were there at the heart. The unusually named Foxheads Stalk This Land was not an album that suffered from over-production, however, this gives the songs a live, gritty feel. Influences stem, quite blatantly, from the Smiths, Orange Juice, the Byrds 8/
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  6. Voodoozuru
    They went on to release two albums: Foxheads Stalk This Land was released in and Headache Rhetoric in Rolling Stone's review of "Foxheads Stalk This Land" called it "first-rate guitar pop from a top-shelf band. Close Lobsters could have been just another jangle group, but they have a lot more going for them than just chiming.
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  7. Dami
    Find Close Lobsters bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Jangling, jittery indie pop band from Scotland.
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  8. Akinotilar
    In the mid-’80s, when Britain’s underground music scene was dominated by jangly guitars, twee vocals, and fast rhythms, the Close Lobsters were there at the heart. The unusually named Foxheads Stalk This Land was not an album that suffered from over-production, however, this gives the songs a live, gritty feel.
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