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Live At the Annandale Hotel (Live)

Life Without Buildings

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Lucidly Lucid

A mish-mash of Talking Heads, th' Faith Healers, and Television, these Glasgow art school rockers--created a sound that is both forceful and tuneful. Don't trust me--go to Pitchfork and find out about it. The recording itself is 5 years old--but it sounds as fresh today as it will 5 years from now. Cerebral, rocking, emotionaly present. Buy it and use it for long purposeful solitary walks.

awesome!!!

the way the singer plays with her voice is awesome....very catchy tunes.....too bad they broke up. buy now!!! If not Juno and New Town or Sorrow are great buys

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Named after a Japan B-side, Life Without Buildings actually drew a little more from several post-punk bands and another that their name seemed to acknowledge: Talking Heads. Formed during the summer of 1999 at the Glasgow School of Art, Will Bradley (drums), Chris Evans (bass), Robert Johnston (guitar), and Sue Tompkins (vocals) decided to fuse their talents out of their admiration for other proto- and post-punk bands like Television, ESG, and early PiL. They also reminded many of the late-'70s Rough...
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