CARPETTES - FIGHT AMONGST YOURSELVES (80s Stones infl) LP

SKU:
25091
$28.00
Width:
12.00 (in)
Height:
0.15 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
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3
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RSD 2022 release. Neo-Mod act the Carpettes began as a Stones-influenced school band, formed in the small northeast Norman town of Houghton-le-Spring in the mid-1970s, the trio of frontman Neil Thompson, bassist George Maddison, and drummer Kevin Heard shifting to punk before signing to Small Wonder as a Mod revival act. By the time they joined the Beggar's Banquet roster in 1978, Heard was replaced by Tim Wilder (with Simon Smith of the Merton Parkas briefly in the fold). Sophomore album 'Fight Amongst Yourselves' is arguably their best, the appealing material ranging from the socially-relevant power-pop of the title track and the pop-punk of 'The Reason I'm Lonely' to the reggae cadences of 'The Last Lone Ranger'.

SIDE 1: 1. Nothing Ever Changes 2. Since You Went Away 3. False Foundations 4. Fight Amongst Yourselves 5. Dead Or Alive 6. If Your Heart Stopped Now SIDE 2: 1. Friday Night: Saturday Morning 2. The Last Lone Ranger 3. Youth Rebellion 4. The Reason I'm Lonely 5. Total Insecurity 6. Silly Game