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Download Kill Your Television - Neds Atomic Dustbin - God Fodder (CD, Album)
1991
Label: Columbia - CK 47929 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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9 Replies to “ Kill Your Television - Neds Atomic Dustbin - God Fodder (CD, Album) ”

  1. Meztiran says:
    NEDS ATOMIC DUSTBIN God Fodder ( UK track CD album featuring Kill Your Television and Happy fold-out lyric picture sleeve hype stickered jewel case) Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 52 customer ratings. 5 star 69% 4 star 20% 3 star /5(52).
  2. Nelabar says:
    People definitely didn’t forget the lyrics to “Kill Your Television;” it was a big hit, as were other songs on God Fodder. I mentioned irony before — the great irony here is that Ned’s Atomic Dustbin was able to use isolation and obfuscation to create critical and popular consensus about the quality of their work.
  3. Telabar says:
    Call them the Happy Tuesdays. Ned's Atomic Dustbin was one of those quirky, silly-named bands to arrive post-Madchester on the British pop scene. Their debut was a surprise success, featuring a pair of hit singles ("Kill Your Television" and "Happy") that adroitly balanced groove and grind.
  4. Kazrarg says:
    Ned's Atomic Dustbin may be one of Britain's most overlooked bands, which is surprising, considering that while their releases may not be groundbreaking, each one is certainly solid. The band emerged in the early '90s, and was quickly grouped (along with bands like Pop Will Eat Itself and Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine) into the English "grebo" scene: punk-influenced, electronica-informed Price: $
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  6. Bragami says:
    NEDS ATOMIC DUSTBIN God Fodder ( UK track vinyl LP including the singles Happy Grey Cell Green and Kill Your Television; lyric printed inner and glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve is Excellent with light age wear. The vinyl is Excellent with light signs of play)/5(52).
  7. Gulkree says:
    Includes insert. Ned's Atomic Dustbin's debut album God Fodder is an often overlooked classic in the British shoegaze and alternative rock scene. The album is characterised by the noisy guitars and drum beats. God Fodder was a critical and commercial success, peaking at Reviews:
  8. Grogor says:
    Sep 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Less Than Useful · Ned's Atomic Dustbin God Fodder ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited Released on: Composer, Lyricist: Dan.
  9. Meztizil says:
    Jun 16,  · Ned's Atomic Dustbin's stylish fusion of punk and funk earned them a fair number of fans in the early '90s, just as England's Stone Roses-inspired "Madchester" scene was drawing to a dwesrogafulxaloracarkowsswipganfu.xyzinfosed of Jonn Penney (vocals), Rat (guitar), Matt Cheslin (bass), Alex Griffin (bass), and Dan Warton (drums), the group began as a neo-goth rock outfit in the late '80s.

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