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Thankyou & Goodbye...

2 Awesome Albums that will be listened to for a long time. 2 Albums without a track that sticks out as a weak track. May 24th Milburns Last Ever Gig.. Show Your Support. Stand out tracks on this album are, Lo and Behold, What Will You Do?, Lucy Lovemenot, Summertime, Being A Rogue.

These are the facts.

A different style to Well Well Well, but it's well worth buying this band are going places, finally getting the recognition they deserve.

Great Modern Album

Truely one of the great bands who are yet to be fully appreciated. With all this nonsence of them sounding 'too much like' the Arctic Monkeys floating about it must be hard for them, seeing that they were about before them boys, seen em 4 times and was each time was outstanding. Not taking anything away from Arctic Monkeys but lets face it they're made, they could bring out the worst album ever and people would label it modern and cutting edge. So show some support for a band who really need it and more importantly deserve it. Cheers.

Biography

Formed: Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A Sheffield, England based rock group, Milburn released their debut album, Well Well Well in 2006. Members Joe Carnall (vocals and bass), Louis Carnall (vocals and guitar), Joe Green (drums), and Tom Rowley (guitar) were all friends who quickly made a name for themselves, selling out venues and played such legendary establishments as the Cavern Club and the Garage, as well as supporting UK heavyweights Arctic Monkeys. The band released two independent singles, and then scored a deal with Mercury...
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