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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. My Little Girl (2:36)
2. I'm in Love with You (4:07)
3. Ten Years Ago (3:19)
4. Sail Away (4:49)
5. I Wanna Be Part of the News (3:32)
6. Cora (3:26)
7. Come Up and See Me (4:21)
8. The Flycatcher (3:55)
9. Too Many Movies (4:14)
10. Square Boxes (4:04)
11. Burn the World (Part 1) (5:06) *
12. Playing Prisons (4:22) *

Total Time 47:51

* Extra tracks

Line-up / Musicians

- Roy Harper / vocals, guitar
- Andy Roberts / guitar
- Harry McCollough / guitar
- David Lawson / keyboards
- Dave Cochran / bass
- John Halsey / drums

Releases information

Intended for release in 1979 but was shelved, though a few test pressings exist.

CD, UK - Science Friction (HUCD016)

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2 stars A light affair this one, with very capable musicians serving a not entirely worthy purpose. We find misses and hits alike, and of a very varied nature: The opener, a despicable pop song, coming from some prehistoric form of pop that doesn't dare to say its name, and no one wants even to remember. ... (read more)

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