Cammell Laird Social Club - Half Man Half Biscuit Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Half Man Half Biscuit / Audio CD released 2002-09-23 at Probe Plus / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Li ... more
Cammell Laird Social Club - Half Man Half Biscuit ... Light At The End Of The Tunnel...
2 When The Evening Sun Goes Down
3 San Antonio Foam Party
4 Them's The Vagaries
5 If I Had Possession Over Pancake Day
6 Referee's Alphabet
7 She's In Broadstairs
8 Tyrolean Knockabout
9 Breaking News
10 27 Yards Of Dental Floss
11 Paradise Lost (You're The Reason Why)
12 Damnation Slumbereth Not
13 Stavanger Toestu
Newest Review: ... sing-a-long sound to it, Blackwell's genius in managing to work in rhyming lyrics about television has to be marvelled at (he ... more
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Customer Cammell Laird Social Club - Half Man Half Biscuit Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/08/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Half Man Half Biscuit Half Man Half Biscuit write sardonic songs often with a surreal nature, a form of social commentary if you like. Having emerged in the mid-80s, they have quite a catalogue of interesting songs and if you haven't heard them, you must check them out. Hailing from Birkenhead, witty songwriter Nigel Blackwell delivers his words in a dry yet sometimes loud punky out of tune type snarl which is quite a contrast from the gentle folk rock that the band play. There's no one quite like Half Man Half Biscuit and I appreciate them for their unique sound, unfortunately they don't do too well in the charts, which is a pity because they are the voice of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/08, updated on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 229 readings)
Another cracking album from Half Man Half Biscuit. Although, a couple of the tracks don't quite match up to the rest of the album, She's In Broadstairs is a bit lame and The Referees Alphabet, though funny, doesn't really stand up to multiple listens but otherwise this is a winner! The boys have got a brilliant sound on this album (for THEM that is, by any other bands standards it'd be rubbish) and the first five songs are all excellent. Them's The Vagaries probably being my favourite if not for the dirty riff then for the line "Bin men, thin men, lexicographers. Squid yes, not so octopuss" Now THERE is a lesson in lyric ... Read the complete review
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