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What Style Shall We Be?

by Noah's Trousers

Noah’s Trousers is a Lo Fi concept album recorded from 1985 to 1997 Dedicated to Mum for standing by us through the good and bad times.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Art
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1. Don't Turn Away
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2. Crazy Girl
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3. It's a Rap
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4. Alian Story
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5. When I Wake Up
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6. Psycotic Man
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7. Love You Too Much
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8. Hang On to Your Hat
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9. Quick Fix
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10. Holding On to You
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11. Mum's Last Words
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Album Notes
Susan and Paul are a brother and sister act, who came up with the concept and name of Noah’s Trousers. It tracks a point of view from an unemployed perspective of underdog and what that feels like. And to experience our cold hearted times, of our state systems, it takes as inspiration from the Punk idea of anyone can have a go, from a working class or sub class perspective, while reflecting on the high craft of song writing of the golden age of 60s 70s 80s most of the work here was recorded on a portastudio and played on a roland 100M modular synth while other work was done on an Atari 1040 computer and a Korg X5 along with odd guitars. Our message is to keep going with your hopes and dreams. When Sue and I started there wasn’t much hope of anyone helping us.Thanks to the internet we are now culturally in a different place.


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