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9 thoughts on “ Leg End In His Own Boots - Neds Atomic Dustbin - Are You Normal ? (Cassette)

  1. Apr 06,  · Ned’s Atomic Dustbin: Tantrum, Not Sleeping Around, Until You Find Out, Throwing Things, Trust, Walking Through Syrup, A Leg-End In His Own Boots, Aim, Stuck, Two and Two Made Five, Cut Up, Traffic, Capsize, Happy, Grey Cell Green, Intact, Kill Your Television, Selfish.
  2. Aug 29,  · Ned’s Atomic Dustbin Are You Normal? , Columbia Track List Suave and Suffocated Walking Through Syrup Legoland Swallowing Air Who Goes First? Tantrum Not Sleeping Around You Don’t Want to Do That A Leg End in His Own Boots Two and Two Made Five Fracture Spring Intact Named after an episode of The Goon Show, Ned’s A.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Are You Normal? on Discogs.
  4. Leg End In His Own Boots Lyrics: Do you think I should? 'Cause I think I could / Get my fingers down your throat at the same time / That I cut you with a very long, very sharp knife / Come in.
  5. The first side of the record contains zero misses but things start to lag a bit in the second half (the awkward "Leg End" and bland "Two and Two" are effortlessly skippable) with closer "Intact" sweeping things up as arguably the standout track of the album.
  6. More Ned's Atomic Dustbin lyrics and MP3 downloads More popular Ned's Atomic Dustbin mp3 songs include: Kill Your Television Lyrics, Capital Letters Lyrics, Happy Lyrics, Until You .
  7. Are You Normal? was something like the third or fourth CD I ever bought. In those days Ned's Atomic Dustbin actually seemed cool. Even cooler were people who wore Ned's Atomic Dustbin t-shirts. You could tell if someone was hip at school simply by the collective quantity of Ned's, PWEI and Carter t-shirts they had. Ah, such simple times.
  8. Ned's Atomic Dustbin are an alternative/grebo band formed in in Stourbridge, England. They consisted of John Penney (vocals), Gareth "Rat" Pring (guitar), Mat Chelsin (bass), Alex Griffin (bass) and Dan Warton (drums). They were known for their distinct sound that utilized two bass guitarists. The band split in , only to reform in
  9. about. Being their 'cross-over' single, Kill Your Television the song, the slogan, the t-shirt and its 'get off your backside and do something' sentiment still stand as the deepest footprint that Ned's Atomic Dustbin have left on the indie rock planet.

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