Shed Seven : If The Truth Be Told

Shed Seven : If The Truth Be Told

Watch your backs Feeder, mind your mouths Toploader - the Sheds are back to reclaim their Provincial Rock Champions' Shield (1994-95 season). With a new deal following their departure from Polydor, Shed Seven return with more Rick Witter saloon...

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Shed Seven : Cry For Help

Shed Seven : Cry For Help

A good manager might have pointed out that calling your comeback single a 'Cry For Help' is tantamount to handing live slugs to someone jamming a .45 in your mouth. So we'll limit ourselves to observing that this tune will, sooner or later,...

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London Shepherd's Bush Empire

London Shepherd's Bush Empire

The old jokes are always the best, apparently. And through no particular fault of their own, the currently unsigned Shed 7 have become the oldest and safest of all jokes going. Tonight is their last ever all-greatest-hits show before embarking...

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Ipswich Corn Exchange

Ipswich Corn Exchange

For so many people to hate them, we reasoned, Shed 7 must be doing something right. We were, frankly, previously unfamiliar with the unique 'magic' woven by Rick Witter and friends that has helped the band enjoy over half a decade as the...

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Going For Gold - The Best Of

Going For Gold - The Best Of

If it's an argument against the Darwinist theory of evolution you're after as opposed to, oh, deathless rock thrills, then a Shed 7 retrospective is probably the very thing you need. Respectably conventional in every other aspect, 'Going For...

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Leicester De Montford University

Leicester De Montford University

Bog roll. Potatoes. Pints. Shed Seven. None could be pretentious if they tried. There may be an element of cockiness in Rick Witter's wriggly-arsed antics, but he knows in his heart that pioneers of sound Shed Seven are not. Tonight he appears...

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