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New to the business

This is the first Eighties Matchbox album i have bought after listening to only a few songs i have to say i like it. My definate favourites are Psychosis Safari and Morning has broken. Its a good introductionary album for people who are new and want to get into them.

Very Unique

first time i saw these guys live was when they toured with Queens Of The Stone Age, spoke to the drummer after the show too (yay!). I bought their single when i went to see qotsa too which includes live songs such as Team Meat and Charge The Guns. I've only heard previews of this album but it's brilliant. If you're looking for something very unique then i highly recommend this album by this amazing band.

My all time favourite album.

I loved TEMBLD as soon i as saw them on some tv show back in 2002 before this came out.
They are one of the most original and underrated bands of the 00's. This album is 25mins of pure hellish rock&roll. Is none stop from start to end. Sounds like a brick in a tumble dryer. If you don't own this album I encourage you to buy it. It'll change your life! It's still my favourite album now.


Genre: Rock

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Representing a new breed of UK guitar bands alongside outfits such as Ikara Colt and British Sea Power, this Brighton, England-based noise rock quintet was formed on the first day of the twenty-first century by Guy McKnight (vocals), Andy Huxley (lead guitar), Marc Norris (guitar), Sym Gharial (bass), and Tom Diamantepoulo (drums). The quintet’s rudimentary music skills were more than compensated for by their raw energy, and they quickly built up a formidable live reputation, with gigs regularly...
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Horse of the Dog, The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2002

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