The Lovely Dreggs | Serious Geezers Are Well Agreed

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Serious Geezers Are Well Agreed

by The Lovely Dreggs

Post-Punky psychedelic sounds, with a nod to Mark E Smith and Syd Barrett.
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. Itchy Toes
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2. Cold Custard
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3. Dead Leaves Fall
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4. Room Size Rodents
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5. Special Statement
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6. World is Change
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Album Notes
Itchy Toes - Instrumental. Some people are always moving, and not just travelling either. They are moving house, job, friends all the time, but everything seems to remain the same.
Cold Custard - School meals were disgusting. The only relief came from cold custard, which was the only thing remotely edible.
Dead Leaves Fall - Sometimes you have to move on, dropping all your schemes, hopes and dreams, and leaving them to fizzle out alone.
Room Size Rodents - Just who ? or what ? is making those noises that appear to come from next door. Is it rodents ? or humans ? or what ? And why are they designed to annoy me in particular and make me paranoid.
Special Statement - An official announcement, that trys to keep your interest, in the hope it may reveal something at a later date, maybe. Just like all mass media output.
World is Change - Too much change is disruptive, probably psychotic, even if you do learn from it.


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