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Customer Reviews

I'm not one to give five stars but...

Listening to this album is like watching a movie. And a great one at that. It'll stay with you forever. Sounds like a well travelled stranger riding into a town. Cowboy blues if you like.
There's something wrong with a world that doesn't make this a classic. Though I suspect not enough people will have the privilege of hearing it.

Brings back lots of good memories....

Having been a massive Flesh For Lulu fan for many years, I am really pleased to hear this excellent album from Nick :) It is very different and haunting. Brings back many good memories of travelling all over the place to Flesh For Lulu gigs. Keep it up Nick :) x

Wonderful :)

Stumbled across Nick Marsh on wicked spins radio (tuned in radio app) and downloaded the album straight away. Nick has one of those haunting voices that lend well to chilling in an evening with friends as back ground music. Destiny Angel my fave. Voices like Nicks so much deserve more exposure. Reminds me very much of Richard Hawley. 5 stars fantastic :)


Genre: Rock

Years Active:

Spiky-haired singer/guitarist Nick Marsh crawled from England's legendary goth club the Batcave to start his own band, Flesh for Lulu, in 1983. Also featuring Rocco Barker (guitar), Derek Greening (keyboards), James Mitchell (drums), and Kevin Mills (bass), Flesh for Lulu released their self-titled debut LP in 1984. Combining glam rock's flamboyancy with the Batcave's gloomy rhythms, Flesh for Lulu quickly became one of the most popular live acts in the U.K. underground. By 1987's Long Live the New...
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