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Lazy Ways/Beach Party

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Marine Girls ~ Lazy Ways / Beach Parties

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Cool Reissue 31 July 2001
By Neil C. Nicholson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Beautiful, wispy, and minimalist melodicism. Stripped down to mostly just guitars (acoustic) and voice, this is a great double album reissue that is an interesting combination of post-punk ideas with a folkish edge. Fans of Young Marble Giants should definitely pick this one up, as they took most of their influence from this other great band.
old school wonder 8 July 2007
By Baria - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The marine girls were the thing that made me smile back in the days of Thatcher - Regan and depression.

They are still wonderful and if you can get this an Trixie and her big red motorbike on one day somewhere you will be in paradise
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
An album for all EBTG fans 14 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album back in 1983 when I was at college. It was bought as a result of the Pillows and Prayers album from Cherry Red released in 1982. This featured Tracey Thorn, Ben Watt, EBTG and the Marine Girls. I bought Tracey Thorn's solo album as a congratulation present for failing my driving test. Next was this album.
Some of the singing is not the best, but tracks like Flying Over Russia are just fantastic.
I have my copy signed by Tracey, when I saw EBTG. The drummer that night (I think played in Communards(?)) had never heard of it, so that was good. Ben signed his solo album, and they both signed my EBTG album. A Good night.
7 of 17 people found the following review helpful
well...it depends. 18 Jun 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album was released in the early to mid-80s and I had a tape of it that I would listen to as I cruised around in my '73 Mustang convertible. Those, apparantly, were THE days; I had this hippie-chick girlfriend who would would go "ooohhh, yeahhhh" to express "groovin" but she really wanted to wear pantyhose but, instead, was this alternative Guatamalean-peasant-women: Good, American-imperialist-pig-men: Bad --- but I digress for exposition:
The chicks singing on this album are really bad and I have never understood their diction. The songs themselves are amazingly similar and dreamy and acoustic. If I were to make a movie of my pre-marriage days in Chico CA using scanned still images (like Ken Burns in the Civil War), I would use some of this album as audio. It's cool like that. Get me? Memories of doing nothing at the swimmin' hole before HIV really took off.
As for honestly listening to it now, without the associations...forget it, I guess. Jeez.
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