RADIO, LIVE TRANSMISSION #08

Radio, Live Transmission – It’s fair to say that most debut albums are one of two things: an outlet for blustering reserves of teenage angst, or else a resting place for a whole bunch of songs carefully knocked into shape through late adolescence.

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RADIO, LIVE TRANSMISSION #06

Radio, Live Transmission – “Who’d Have Thought” was arguably Hurrah!‘s last indie record before they got all sweetened up, ironed out and signed for Arista. They had other records associated with the Kitchenware label but by then I’d left them behind. So, this was the last Hurrah! single I ever bought, released October 1984.

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RADIO, LIVE TRANSMISSION #04

Radio, Live Transmission – In my mid teens I was quick off the blocks to get into the early indie guitar bands, mostly because almost everything else didn’t thrill me and this was before I’d discovered 60s garage.

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