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Size, we should remember, is not everything. Running to just 28 minutes and recorded at a sprint in under two weeks, this third release from the precocious Merseyside psych-rockers deserves to be regarded as more than a mere throat-clearing exercise. Yes, it’s determinedly experimental but there are plenty of jazzy, loose-limbed treasures—just see the languid Baggy groove of “Grey Harpoon” and the propulsive Cavern-ready krautrock on “Migraine”—amid the rough studio sketches and ribald B-movie skits.


Formed: 1996 in Hoylake, Merseyside, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British rock group the Coral formed in 1996 in Hoylake, a town on the Wirral Peninsula just across the River Mersey from Liverpool. Credited with igniting the guitar group revival in England, the six-member band boasted three guitarists and presented a rich, spirited sound drawn from a variety of influences like Motown, Merseybeat, psychedelia, country, and dub. Led by the roguish baritone of singer/guitarist James Skelly with his younger brother Ian Skelly on drums, the band's lineup consisted of...
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