The Lovely Dreggs | We Are Lovely Dreggs

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We Are Lovely Dreggs

by The Lovely Dreggs

Post-Punky sardonic blues with a twangy edge
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. We Are Lovely Dreggs
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2. The One Among the Next
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3. Malefactors R Us
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4. Memory
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5. Digital Surf
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Based in Hastings, England, the Lovely Dreggs consist of John Meriman, plus anyone else he can get to help out.
They play regularly in this area ( or he does, most of the time ).
The Fall are a constant band mentioned, when people say what they sound like. Also, people have mentioned Syd Barrett, Wire, the Pixies, Johnny Cash, Joy Division - among others.
We are Lovely Dreggs - an intro track, designed to let people know of the bittersweet nature of life and our material.
the One Among the Next - dedicated to anyone who's waited ages, particularly in a place run by bureaucrats.
Malefactors R Us - This is about those who pretend they are serious gangster types, but in reality make a mess of everything they come into contact with.
Memory - This acts like a conscience and a nagging pain.
Digital Surf - instrumental, trying to sound all the twangy guitar bands I admire.


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