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Giddy Collector's Edition

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  • Audio CD (5 Oct. 2009)
  • Collector's Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Collector's Edition
  • Label: Weatherbox Ltd
  • ASIN: B002KER8XG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 294,569 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Apples
  2. It's Nice To Be Nice
  3. Song For You
  4. Anyone Who Asks
  5. Cluster Bomb
  6. Sunrise Sunset
  7. The Season of Flowers And Leaves
  8. Monorail
  9. My Genius
  10. Finer Things In Life
  11. Black Dog
  12. Two Wrongs
  13. Anchor

Product description

Product Description

Newly signed to Ape, Thomas Walsh of Pugwash is best known for his recent collaboration with Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy as The Duckworth Lewis Method, a duo and album which celebrates the great game of cricket. GIDDY is a compilation of Pugwash's finest material to date and includes 2 tracks from the forthcoming new album ELEVEN MODERN ANTIQUITIES schedule for release January 2010. All tracks handpicked by Ape headman Andy Partridge and Thomas have been remastered for this album. Their PURE brand of pop is reminisent of BEATLES, BEACH BOYS, XTC and THE KINKS. XTC'S DAVE GREGORY and ANDY PARTRIDGE put in guest appearances on some tracks. Thomas Walsh is that rare breed of British songwriter capable of writing that melodic gem with an instant hook. Having grown up on diet of ELO, BEATLES and The KINKS in Dublin his debut Irish only album Almond Tea in 1999 was released to high acclaim HOT PRESS even touting it as one of the TOP 30 album of the Millennium, ahead of such lumineries as Suede and Orbital. Pugwash have played numorous shows across Ireland supporting such heavyweights as Glen Tilbrook,, Cotton Mather, Jason Faulner (ex Jellyfish) and Martin Stephenson. They are soon to hit our shores at the end of this year and for a tour in 2010. PRESS/RADIO PROMOTION Features in UNCUT and WORD for October editions and a track on the WORD Covermount October 09. Reviews confirmed for Q, MOJO, WORD, UNCUT, CLASSIC ROCK, WIRE.Broadsheets - Independent, Times, Telegraph and Guardian. Plays on BBCR2, BBC6 Music and local regional stations. Podcasts, downloads, blogs and more on www.ape.uk.net and across the web. TRACKS: Apples / Its Nice To Be Nice / Song For You / Anyone Who Asks / Cluster Bomb / Sunrise Sunset / The Season of Flowers and Leaves / Mono Rail / My Genius / Finer Things In Life / Black Dog / Two Wrongs / Anchor


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