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The album is a compilation of singles by the band, some of which were not previously released in an album. Leggy Mambo. Leggy Mambo is the second studio album by the Leeds-based indie rock band Cud and released through Imaginary Records.
Inspiral Carpets Albums. Inspiral Carpets. Bitches Brew. Inspiral Carpets is the fifth studio album by British indie rock band of the same name, released on 20 October The album is their first in 20 years; and the first album in the band's history to feature founding vocalist Stephen Holt, who replaced Tom Hingley following Hingley's departure from the band. It is also the band's I Want You - Inspiral Carpets - Devil Hopping album with drummer Craig Gill, before his death in It was announced in January on the official Venezia La Luna E Tu - Various - I Grandi Successi Degli Anni 30 Carpets web site.
The track list was revealed in their July email newsletter. Despite initial announcements saying that both their non-album singles with Holt would be included, only "You're So Good for Me" made the final cut.
Revenge Of The Goldfish. The album's cover art is a photograph of an installation by contemporary artist Sandy Skoglund, also titled Revenge of the Goldfish. The Beast Inside.
Life is the debut studio album by the British indie rock band Inspiral Carpets. The group released I Want You - Inspiral Carpets - Devil Hopping singles from this album: "Move", "This Is How It Feels" and "She Comes in the Fall", with the latter two in different versions from those found on the album.
The reissue is based on the original UK CD release. A slightly modified version of Life was released in North America. Dung 4.
Dung 4 is a demo album by the British indie rock band Inspiral Carpets. The name refers to the catalogue number. A second vinyl reissue of Dung 4 was released on the Tiger Bay label in Europe, containing the entire contents of both demos on a single album.
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