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You're Different and That's Bad

The Lotus Eaters

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No Sense of Sin

This is the only album that we want. Includes "German Girl" & "The First Picture of You".

FYI. This isn't the Lotus Eaters of the 80's!

This isn't the band that gave you the 80's hits like "German Girl," "Out On Your Own," The First Picture of You." THIS IS DIFFERENT & THIS IS BAD!

This is different and this is bad

I agree with the first person who reviewed this album. The first track is so-so but this is not the same Lotus Eaters avid fans have enjoyed. Truly not the 80's Lotus Eaters band. All of the tracks except for the first track is pretty bad.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '00s

Liverpool, England's the Lotus Eaters were mistakenly included in the New Romantic movement when they first appeared. However, although Peter Coyle (vocals), Jeremy Kelly (guitar), Mike Dempsey (bass), and Stephen Creese (drums) had the elegant attire and fashionable haircuts of New Romantic bands, their music was more understated and folksy than the synthesized Euro disco of Japan, Visage, and Duran Duran. The Lotus Eaters formed in 1982. Coyle was originally a member of the Jass Babies while Kelly...
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You're Different and That's Bad, The Lotus Eaters
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Jan 01, 2009

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