A Place of Respite for the World-Weary and Broken-Hearted
You're not kidding. Pete Shelley really had it.
Anon. I'm going to be posting his three solo albums over the next two weeks. Amazing stuff
Fantastic track, and the album's none too shabby either.So many memories of listening to this in my late teens.But the other two LP's were so damn poor in comparison to this.
One, I think the second album is pretty good too, but the first is definitely the best. I plan to post all three
I remember the first time I heard this track I thought it was David Bowie.
scurfie, speaking of Bowie....
Oh does this mean? A lad insane?
well, I've been planning on something even earlier. I've got all the Ryko gold discs and have only posted one so far: "Low" in the Eno series. It might be time for some black country rock
I hated this song with a passion at the time - idealistic youth! But without the buzzcockian noise you can really appreciate the quality of the songwriting.
Ralph, much agreed :)
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