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Rather like an all-you-can eat buffet on which a person might greedily gorge themselves, this astonishing box-set collection (124 tracks) offers everything ever released by the highly regarded Scottish band Orange Juice, with countless trifles for dessert. Longtime fans will be in heaven. There's a delightful assortment of add-ons, such as BBC interviews, live tracks, ancient-sounding flexi-discs, John Peel sessions and alternate takes, and virtually every facet of the band is represented. Orange Juice was one of the early post-punk groups to leap from a small, hip record label (Postcard) in the early ‘80s to a major (Polydor), which is where they both lost and gained fans. With Polydor, the sound was shinier, the odd and quirky edges of singer Edwyn Collins and his soul- and funk-driven band polished to a smoother finish. Celebrating everything from the early, C86-birthing sparkle of tracks like “Blue Boy” and “Falling and Laughing” to the suave hitmaker “Rip It Up,” this is both an impressive career overview and a loving tribute.

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Formed: 1976 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s

The leaders of the Scottish neo-pop uprising Orange Juice formed in Glasgow in late 1976. Originally dubbed the Nu-Sonics, the group comprised vocalist/guitarist Edwyn Collins, guitarist James Kirk, bassist David McClymont, and drummer Steven Daly; following the formation of the Postcard label by Collins protégé Alan Horne, the quartet renamed itself Orange Juice in 1979, adopting the new moniker as well as an aura of romantic innocence as a direct reaction to the increasingly macho aggression of...
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