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No Mundane Options

this is a brill album and well worth spending the cash on it. some great songs on this album "stand down", "sticky fingers" and "molotov cocktail".

Brilliant

The Paddingtons are indeed a talented bunch, and command the respect that the Cribs did a few years back. New album has some great tracks, with 'Stand Down', Anything New' and Molotov Cocktail standing out. Nuthin' fancy here, just tunes that bring great joy, pleasure and a definite pull back into the late 70's. Worth catching live too.

Sticky fingers HMFC

I had alot of tunes by the padds and was looking 4ward 2this album so much but the tunes i had r not on this can any1 tell me ware i can get there 1st album? This is still a great album all songs v good not seen them live yet but heard there v good so much energy ......Whats the point in anything new.

Biography

Formed: Hull, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

UK nu punk band the Paddingtons was formed in Hull, Humberside, not Whitechapel in east London, which is a popular misconception. The band comprises Tom Atkin (vocals), Marv Hines (guitar), Josh Hubbard (guitar), Lloyd Dobbs (bass) and Grant Hobbs (drums), who met while at school in Hull. The nucleus of the band was already playing together in a Beatles cover group when they discovered the rasping Johnny Rotten-style singer Tom Atkin, throwing their music in a totally new direction. Many hours were...
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