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Ho-hum mostly instrumental dub.

I don't know who was involved in making this recording, but I don't hear much of The Flying Lizards on it - maybe their signature percussion sound from time to time, but it sounds like it was made by some dj from FL samples. It's mellow, maybe good as background music to a chill out party, but there's better stuff out there by the Lizards. Check out their other albums: "The Flying Lizards," "Top Ten" and "Fourth Wall." All excellent.

Biography

Formed: 1978 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s

The Flying Lizards are remembered by most listeners as new wave one-hit wonders thanks to their deliberately eccentric cover of Barrett Strong's "Money," which became a surprise chart success in 1979. But the Flying Lizards were in fact the brainchild of David Cunningham, a well-respected avant-garde composer, producer, and visual artist, and it became one of the first salvos in a long and fascinating career. Cunningham was born in Ireland in 1954, and once told a reporter he first took up music...
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