Category: Britpop

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  1. Let It Ride is the third studio album by the British rock band Shed Seven, released in June via Polydor Records, and was the band's first LP to be written solely by Rick Witter and Paul Banks. The album features Clint Boon of the Oldham-based band, Inspiral Carpets, on keyboards, and Heather "Lady Galadril" Findlay, of the fellow York /5(4).
  2. The Dodgy Album - The Singles Collection, a Single by Dodgy. Released 21 July on A&M (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Britpop.
  3. DODGY Good Enough ( Japanese only 6-track promotional sample CD single issued to radio stations and reviewers ahead of the actual release, also includes Speaking In Tongues, Lovebirds On Katovit, [Your Love Keeps Lifting Me] Higher And Higher, The Snake and I Can't Make It. Custom stamped inner rim on the disc and unique stickered back insert, complete with picture sleeve plus obi .
  4. A solid new album, funded by their fans, was released in July Miller went on to record with M.A.S.S. while Priest guested with UK indie rockers the Electric Soft Parade. The original line-up of Dodgy reunited in for a UK tour. Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin. Licensed from Muze.
  5. Dodgy are an English britpop trio, composed of Birmingham's Nigel Clark (vocals and bass) and Mathew Priest (drums), along with Londoner Andy Miller (guitar). Although having the most air-played single of "Good Enough" Clark eventually left the band in , and the band officially split up, only for Priest and Miller to reform briefly in.
  6. Get your orders in for this Ltd edition Lockdown Tee shirt. I will be ordering on Monday so hurry up & get your order in. 🤩 NX.
  7. Product Description Limited vinyl LP pressing. release, the fifth album from Britpop heroes Dodgy - Nigel Clark, Mathew Priest and Andy Miller. What Are We Fighting For is their first new material since their lauded comeback reunion album, Stand Upright In A Cool Place ().
  8. Fans who bought the box noticed the Rock ‘N’ Roll album wasn’t up to scratch. One song, “Sweet Little Sixteen,” was repeated and another, “You Can't Catch Me,” missed the cut altogether.

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