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Stellar Line-Up Includes The Stone Roses, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Edwyn Collins, The Housemartins, The June Brides, The Sundays, The Primitives, The Sugarcubes, The Jasmine Minks, Pale Saints, The Wonder Stuff, The La's, Inspiral Carpets, The Loft, Lush, Milltown Brothers, The Darling Buds, The Lightning Seeds And Many More. During the latter half of the 80s a new breed of guitar-orientated bands began to emerge in the UK - armed with an overt pop song craft sensibility, and enamoured with a conflicting post-punk spirit and adoration of the 60s, many of these unlikely acts - all anoraks, Dr Martens and charity shop chic - would go on to become Top 40 regulars and set the tone for music beyond these shores, culminating in 'The Stone Roses', an album that defined a generation.'Cut Me Deep' - named for a Jasmine Minks track which captured that spirit - presents a snapshot of that time and place, via essential independent labels such as Creation, Sarah Records and 4AD, and their major backed counterparts in Blanco y Negro et al, alongside distribution via Rough Trade and other like-minded outlets. With an electric guitar in hand (no Stratocasters here please), and resplendent in clothes as immaculately and cheaply curated as their record collections, a new generation of British musicians kickstarted what would become the only credible challenge to the increasingly dominant synthesiser pop scene of the late 1980s. Indeed, the entire movement might be understood as a reaction against that, and a return to the aesthetics of The Byrds and the universally adored Velvet Underground. A must for the curious, and an essential addition for any collectors of our previous titles documenting the '80s British guitar pop scene, 'Cut Me Deep' chimes with familiar favourites, long lost curios, major hits and minor also rans, all of which share a pop minded commonality.
Stellar Line-Up Includes The Stone Roses, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Edwyn Collins, The Housemartins, The June Brides, The Sundays, The Primitives, The Sugarcubes, The Jasmine Minks, Pale Saints, The Wonder Stuff, The La's, Inspiral Carpets, The Loft, Lush, Milltown Brothers, The Darling Buds, The Lightning Seeds And Many More. During the latter half of the 80s a new breed of guitar-orientated bands began to emerge in the UK - armed with an overt pop song craft sensibility, and enamoured with a conflicting post-punk spirit and adoration of the 60s, many of these unlikely acts - all anoraks, Dr Martens and charity shop chic - would go on to become Top 40 regulars and set the tone for music beyond these shores, culminating in 'The Stone Roses', an album that defined a generation.'Cut Me Deep' - named for a Jasmine Minks track which captured that spirit - presents a snapshot of that time and place, via essential independent labels such as Creation, Sarah Records and 4AD, and their major backed counterparts in Blanco y Negro et al, alongside distribution via Rough Trade and other like-minded outlets. With an electric guitar in hand (no Stratocasters here please), and resplendent in clothes as immaculately and cheaply curated as their record collections, a new generation of British musicians kickstarted what would become the only credible challenge to the increasingly dominant synthesiser pop scene of the late 1980s. Indeed, the entire movement might be understood as a reaction against that, and a return to the aesthetics of The Byrds and the universally adored Velvet Underground. A must for the curious, and an essential addition for any collectors of our previous titles documenting the '80s British guitar pop scene, 'Cut Me Deep' chimes with familiar favourites, long lost curios, major hits and minor also rans, all of which share a pop minded commonality.
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Cut Me Deep: A Story Of Indie Pop 1985-1989 / Var - Cut Me Deep: A Story Of Indie Pop 1985-1989 / Var

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 09/27/2024
UPC: 5013929118393

Cut Me Deep: A Story Of Indie Pop 1985-1989 / Var
Artist: Cut Me Deep: A Story Of Indie Pop 1985-1989 / Var
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1. Lloyd Cole ; The Commotions - Lost Weekend
2. Hurrah! - This Boy
3. Grab Grab The Haddock - Wan But Smiling
4. The Woodentops - It Will Come
5. Fantastic Something - The Night We Flew Out The Window
6. Del Amitri - The King Is Poor
7. The Dentists - I Had An Excellent Dream
8. Happy Mondays - Oasis
9. The Loft - Lonely Street
10. The Jesus ; Mary Chain - Taste The Floor
11. Yeah Yeah Noh - The Short-Cut Way To Saturday
12. The Mighty Lemon Drops - Now She's Gone
13. Jamie Wednesday - I Think I'll Throw A Party For Myself
14. The Housemartins - Sheep
15. The Wedding Present - Once More
16. We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're Gonna Use It - Rules And Regulations (EP Version)
17. The Servants - She's Always Hiding (Single Version)
18. The Chesterf!elds - Love Mountain
19. The Beloved - A Hundred Words
20. The June Brides - This Town
21. That Petrol Emotion - Natural Kind Of Joy
22. Mighty Mighty - Everybody Knows The Monkey
23. The Razorcuts - I'll Still Be There
24. Bid - Reach For Your Gun'
25. Anthony Adverse - Eine Symphonie Des Grauens
26. The Bodines - Heard It All
27. Band Of Holy Joy - Who Snatched The Baby
28. The Wise Acres - So Finally Sweet
29. The Weather Prophets - Naked As The Day You Were Born
30. The Stitched-Back Foot Airman - Some People
31. Shop Assistants - All That Ever Mattered
32. J.C. Brouchard With Biff Bang Pow! - Someone Stole My Wheels
33. Gol Gappas - West 14
34. St. Christopher - Charmelle
35. The Soup Dragons - Head Gone Astray
36. Pop Will Eat Itself - Runaround
37. The Primitives - Stop Killing Me
38. The King Of Luxembourg - A Picture Of Dorian Gray
39. The Brilliant Corners - Brian Rix
40. The Hit Parade - I Get So Sentimental
41. The Wolfhounds - Cruelty
42. The Flatmates - Happy All The Time
43. The Hepburns - The Bath House
44. The House Of Love - Flow
45. The Passmore Sisters - Every Child in Heaven
46. Talulah Gosh - Escalator Over The Hill
47. The Waltones - Closest To
48. Revolving Paint Dream - 7 Seconds
49. A House - Snowball Down
50. The Sugarcubes - Birthday
51. Edwyn Collins - Don't Shilly Shally
52. The Heart Throbs - Make My Day
53. The Sea Urchins - Summershine
54. The Bachelor Pad - Jack and Julian
55. Mood Six - Flowers And Boxes
56. McCarthy - The Well Of Loneliness
57. The Wonder Stuff - Unbearable (Original Version)
58. Miaow - Break The Code
59. The La's - Endless
60. Yeah Jazz - The Girl The Years Were Kind To
61. One Thousand Violins - If I Were a Bullet (Then For Sure I'd Find A Way To Your Heart)
62. Blow Up - Pool Valley
63. Rosemary's Children - WW1
64. BMX Bandits - Figure 4
65. The Man From Delmonte - Water In My Eyes
66. King Of The Slums - England's Leading Light
67. The Orchids - Give Me Some Peppermint Freedom
68. The Lilac Time - Return To Yesterday (Original Version)
69. The Senseless Things - (All You've Got To Do Is) Stay Together
70. The Vaselines - Molly's Lips
71. 14 Iced Bears - Come Get Me
72. Cud - Under My Hat
73. The Groove Farm - The Big Black Plastic Explosion
74. The Jasmine Minks - Cut Me Deep
75. The Darling Buds - It's All Up To You
76. Ambassador 277 - The Pop Up Man
77. The Pooh Sticks - 1-2-3 Red Light
78. Rote Kapelle - San Francisco Again
79. Benny Profane - Rob A Bank
80. The Golden Dawn - My Secret World
81. The Corn Dollies - Map Of The World
82. Inspiral Carpets - Butterfly
83. Bradford - Dodging Around In Cars
84. The Sundays - I Kicked A Boy
85. The Times - Heaven Sent Me An Angel
86. Treebound Story - Rain, Rain, Rain
87. The Popguns - Down On Your Knees
88. Another Sunny Day - What's Happened?
89. The Lightning Seeds - Pure
90. The Stone Roses - Mersey Paradise
91. The Telescopes - Sadness Pale
92. BOB - Convenience
93. The Claim - Wait And See
94. Milltown Brothers - We've Got Time
95. The Mock Turtles - The Willow Song
96. How Many Beans Make 5 - Let's Get This Thing Finished
97. East Village - Back Between Places
98. Pale Saints - She Rides The Waves
99. Lush - Baby Talk

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Stellar Line-Up Includes The Stone Roses, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Edwyn Collins, The Housemartins, The June Brides, The Sundays, The Primitives, The Sugarcubes, The Jasmine Minks, Pale Saints, The Wonder Stuff, The La's, Inspiral Carpets, The Loft, Lush, Milltown Brothers, The Darling Buds, The Lightning Seeds And Many More. During the latter half of the 80s a new breed of guitar-orientated bands began to emerge in the UK - armed with an overt pop song craft sensibility, and enamoured with a conflicting post-punk spirit and adoration of the 60s, many of these unlikely acts - all anoraks, Dr Martens and charity shop chic - would go on to become Top 40 regulars and set the tone for music beyond these shores, culminating in 'The Stone Roses', an album that defined a generation.'Cut Me Deep' - named for a Jasmine Minks track which captured that spirit - presents a snapshot of that time and place, via essential independent labels such as Creation, Sarah Records and 4AD, and their major backed counterparts in Blanco y Negro et al, alongside distribution via Rough Trade and other like-minded outlets. With an electric guitar in hand (no Stratocasters here please), and resplendent in clothes as immaculately and cheaply curated as their record collections, a new generation of British musicians kickstarted what would become the only credible challenge to the increasingly dominant synthesiser pop scene of the late 1980s. Indeed, the entire movement might be understood as a reaction against that, and a return to the aesthetics of The Byrds and the universally adored Velvet Underground. A must for the curious, and an essential addition for any collectors of our previous titles documenting the '80s British guitar pop scene, 'Cut Me Deep' chimes with familiar favourites, long lost curios, major hits and minor also rans, all of which share a pop minded commonality.
        
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