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Famed for making ill-tempered music with a social conscience, Birkenhead band Half Man Half Biscuit, formed in the early eighties, ‘merely as a way of getting through the day’. Quickly picked up by the angst-ridden youth of the eighties, their punk driven, lyrical rants, and protests against all things celebrity and fake, became the unofficial anthems of the underground.
Barry says: Another classic title from the HMHB camp, and fortunately the music is as entertaining as the cover is, with their trademark ska-lite jangle and throbbing spoken word oddities in full force, this is yet another superb outing.
Man Of Constant Sorrow (With A Garage In Constant Use)
Knobheads On Quiz Shows
What Made Colombia Famous
Harsh Times In Umberstone Covert
Every Time A Bell Rings
Mod Diff V Diff Hard Severe
Swerving The Checkatrade