- Vinyl (3 Dec. 2012)
- Limited Edition edition
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single, EP, Limited Edition, Maxi
- Label: Lojinx
- ASIN: B00A6CZ2J6
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 384,074 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Here We Go Round Again Ep [12" VINYL] Single, EP, Limited Edition, Maxi
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Not many artists can boast their greatest musical heroes as fans. Not only can Pugwash name-check Jeff Lynne and Brian Wilson as supporters of the bands latest album The Olympus Sound , they went one step further and roped in the legendary Andy Partridge of XTC to co-write and sing on Here We Go 'Round Again . Released on limited edition 10-inch vinyl, the Here We Go 'Round Again EP takes its lead track from The Olympus Sound followed by three new recordings. A couplet of brand new originals ('Better That We Dance' and 'Ying Yang') are followed by a glorious cover version of the music from seminal TV drama series 'Tales Of The Unexpected' to round off the EP. The release will be out in time for Pugwash s debut performance at the Royal Festival Hall with co-conspirator Neil Hannon, who will shortly return to the studio with lead Pug Thomas Walsh as The Duckworth Lewis Method to follow up their eponymous Ivor Novello nominated album of 2009.
Top Customer Reviews
'Ying Yang' is a deceptively simple yet naggingly addictive rocker with more than a nod to Walsh's hero Jeff Lynne, 'Better That We Dance' features sumptuous layers of harmony, beautiful guitar by Tosh Flood and some of the finest lyrics you'll hear this year. Tales Of The Unexpected is a Beachboy's inspired take on the old TV theme tune. It works a treat.
Pugwash really are on a roll at the moment and if you're passions include the likes of ELO, KINKS, SMALL FACES, BLUR, XTC and Squeeze then you are in for a treat. And yes they do 'Beatles' better that anyone in the current music scene.