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Construction for the Modern Idiot (CD Album) by the Wonder Stuff - 12 Tracks: 1. Change Every Light Bulb (3:21) 2. I Wish Them All Dead (2:45) 3. Cabin Fever (3:28) 4. Hot Love Now! (3:11) 5. Full Of Life (Happy Now) (3:34) 6. Storm Drain (4:04) 7. On The Ropes (3:53) 8. Your Big Assed Mother (4:27) 9. Swell (3:51) 10. A Great Drinker (4:17) 11. Hush (5:03) 12. Sing The Absurd (6:06) - Mixed By Mark Stent - Producer: Mick Glossop (tracks: 12) , Pat Collier (tracks: 1-11)
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Bought to replace cd I had years ago. Still as great today as back then!Published 15 months ago by elaine marshall
Really good, but Never loved Elvis even better! All the best bands seem to finishPublished on 26 Sept. 2010
Some soaring and melodic tunes, some sad moments of regret and others of elation and happiness - it's all there. Read morePublished on 22 May 2009 by J. Cadman
I was never a big Wonder Stuff fan but somehow I find myself having got their first four albums. Construction for the Modern Idiot is marginally the best of the four - a photo... Read morePublished on 16 Mar. 2009 by Matthew Thorpe
Coming out after the bands huge commercial success with never loved elvis and that vic reeves number one this album suffered a little, as did the band. Read morePublished on 29 April 2008 by genejoke
When I saw the remastered stuffies albums I had to buy them as they had tracks I had wanted to get on cd for over ten years. Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2005 by genejoke