1. Their two proper albums, 's Foxheads Stalk This Land, and Headache Rhetoric from the following year have recently been made available via digital outlets, but viscerally indelible 12" and compilation appearances like "Going to Heaven to See If It Rains" and "Firestation Towers," are essential components in completing the Close Lobsters picture.
  2. CLOSE LOBSTERS Foxheads Stalk This Land ( UK track vinyl LP including Just Too Bloody Stupid & Sewer Pipe Dream, complete with original credits/advert inner, picture sleeve with original price sticker '10 New Tracks For £'. The slee ve shows only minor wear on the opening edge and the vinyl looks barely played FIRELP9).
  3. Sep 17,  · Foxheads Stalk this Land is loaded with exemplary jangle poppers, and “A Prophecy” additionally chalks up some of Andrew’s finest singing. “In Spite of These Times” soars via emphatic strumming and well-calibrated emotion at the mic as the sunshiny “Foxheads” and the melody-rich “Pimps” (also the b-side to “Never Seen Before”) deftly extend the general template.
  4. Foxheads Stalk This Land In the mid-’80s, when Britain’s underground music scene was dominated by jangly guitars, twee vocals, and fast rhythms, the Close Lobsters were there at the heart. The unusually named Foxheads Stalk This Land was not an album that suffered from over-production, however, this gives the songs a live, gritty feel.
  5. Foxheads Stalk This Land is timeless enough that it would feel at home as a new release on Captured Tracks, yet classic enough that I'm not surprised it belongs to the C86 era. Unlike other C86 bands, Close Lobsters have some kick and versatility to them that makes them capable of a great full length album of punk-tinged twee that goes from saccharine pop ("I Kiss the Flower in Bloom") to moody tight rock .
  6. Close Lobsters - Let's Make Some Plans BLAZE22 7" -Let's Make Some Plans + In Spite Of These Times BLAZE22T 12" -Let's Make Some Plans + In Spite Of These Times + Get What They Deserve Fire Records - Notes: In Spite Of These Times is the same version as on the Foxheads LP. Recorded July-August (the Foxheads LP sessions).
  7. Their two proper albums, 's Foxheads Stalk This Land, and Headache Rhetoricfrom the following year have recently been made available via digital outlets, but viscerally indelible 12" and compilation appearances like "Going to Heaven to See If It Rains" and "Firestation Towers," are essential components in completing the Close Lobsters picture.
  8. May 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Foxheads Stalk This Land on Discogs. Label: Emergo - EM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock/5(12).
  9. From This Day On Let's Let's Make Some Plans using Words On Power for a Sewer Pipe Dream under the Skyscrapers Over St. Miran. You're a Lovely Little Swan witha Violently Pretty Face. There are 2 entries for CLOSE LOBSTERS Tribute Album! "Let's Make Some Plans" covered by The Aborted. "Foxheads Stalk This Land" at caibaskpeporfindkerretikbupocaptper.xyzinfo

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