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Stump - Does the Fish Have Chips (2014)

12-11-2015, 19:47
Music | Rock | Alternative | Punk | Indie

Title: Does the Fish Have Chips
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cherry Red Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie Rock, Post-Punk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 76:38 min
Total Size: 176 MB


01. Orgasm Way (4:24)
02. Ice the Levant (2:31)
03. Grab Hands (3:36)
04. 50-0-55 (2:47)
05. Tupperware Stripper (4:01)
06. Our Fathers (3:27)
07. Kitchen Table (2:54)
08. Buffalo (3:55)
09. Everything in Its Place (2:50)
10. Bit Part Actor (2:15)
11. Big End (2:40)
12. Down on the Kitchen Table (2:45)
13. Orgasm Way (John Peel Session) (4:09)
14. Grab Hands (John Peel Session) (3:42)
15. Buffalo (John Peel Session) (3:58)
16. Living It Down (2:58)
17. The Queen and the Pope (2:59)
18. Seven Sisters (3:09)
19. The Lipstick Maker (2:46)
20. Maggie (4:01)
21. Love Is Too Small a Word (3:31)
22. King of a Flat (By Robert Mckahey & Kev Hopper) (4:07)
23. Knob Gob (By Mick Lynch & Chris Salmon) (3:13)

2014 collection from the quirky British band. Stump were definitely one-of-a-kind, a peculiar and highly innovative mix of Talking Heads, Captain Beefheart, '70s Art Rock and '80s Post-Punk. The Anglo-Irish quartet emerged in 1986 with an EP on Ron Johnson and the track 'Buffalo', which also appeared on the NME's C86 cassette. After a debut album QUIRK OUT on their own label, they signed in 1987 to Ensign and enjoyed some success with the single 'Charleston Heston' and album a FIERCE PANKCAKE. Named after one of the many bizarre lyrics from 'Buffalo', Does the Fish Have Chips offers Stump's entire pre-Ensign output, including two rare compilation appearances and their iconic Peel session (issued at the time as a 12' on Strange Fruit). Also included are a handful of later recordings from 1988/89, after their time with Ensign, including two contributions to an Edward Barton tribute album by respective pairs of the band.

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