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Customer Reviews'd be criminal NOT to buy

Look...listen to 'Gangsters' and if your toes don't curl and your hair stand on end then hand in your self-respect and taste cards. Outstanding songwriting. Absolutely belter.

The Greatest Lost Album....EVER!

Under-rated is an overused term, but this album is the epitome of under-rated. It is possibly the best album ever made, only surpassed in my opinion by 'Southern Harmony...' by The Black Crowes. This album is simply a work of pure genius. BUY IT! And then spread the word.

Intelligent, well crafted, under-rated, stunning songs

This album is an all time favourite. I hadn't played it for a while but it's now permanently glued to my play list. After the unrestrained angst and anger in their first album (which I also loved, by the way) this showed a maturing band...not mellowed, but more controlled, more thoughtful, more beautiful. I Lied I Love You and Free Toy are just so well crafted and the songs cover emotions from loathing to loving and several unsavoury stops inbetween. How could this band be allowed to fail when rubbish plastic bands survived in their truck loads? I know that Richard Hawley has now moved on to bigger and more appreciated things, but Crispen? Where are you?!? Try this album. It's sublime and intelligent, unlike a lot of stuff you hear these days. It's just a shame they didn't make it to a third album, and fourth, and fifth.....!


Formed: 1994 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

A Britpop band with energy and grit besides the obvious melodic flair and arrogant airs, Longpigs formed in their hometown of Sheffield in 1994, around vocalist Crispin Hunt, guitarist Richard Hawley, bassist Simon Stafford and drummer Dee Boyle. Although they were signed to a major label just months after playing their first gig, the band were crushed when the label went under, especially since a new label would have to pay £500,000 to release them from their contract. Enter the deep pockets of...
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