Teenage Fanclub - Four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Seventy seconds; A Shortcut to Teenage Fanclub
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The first Fannies album on a new label, and things are still gloriously the same...
Freedom. Horrible, horrible freedom. Cloistered in the depths of Creation's roster since 1991, he untidy collapse of Alan McGee's great musical looked like Teenage Fanclub's apocalypse. Indulged to explore their uncommercial whimes for so many years, the proto-Travis ravens were left flapping their wings nervously around the wreckage of their Tower of London. As they sing on...
- Oct 20, 2000
Always the same. But it's a lovely same.
- May 28, 2010
Unessential collaboration. With nice bits...
- Mar 1, 2002
An inspired collaboration between Scotland's premiere hookmeisters and America's most idiosyncratic - and enduring - underground talent...
- Jan 29, 2002
Pair recording and playing live under the moniker Jonny
Fucked Up and Pulled Apart By Horses also play final day of Oxfordshire event
Scottish group will play HMV Forum on December 8
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