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Scritti Politti - The ;Sweetest Girl; (Vinyl)


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  1. Scritti Politti used part of the poem to inspire one of the many excellent tracks to be found on the LP Songs To Remember: mp3: Scritti Politti – Lions After Slumber In , Rough Trade released a compilation LP entitled Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before in which their then current roster of artists covered songs.
  2. Oct 30,  · The "Sweetest Girl" / Lions After Slumber, a Single by Scritti Politti. Released in August on Rough Trade (catalog no. RT; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Art Pop, New Wave. Featured peformers: Green Gartside (songwriter), Adam Kidron (producer), Scritti Politti (producer)/5(5).
  3. vinyl record details. artist. scritti politti. side a. the sweetest girl. side b. lions after slumber. release year. record label. rough trade records. serial number/ref. rt grade vinyl side a. ex. grade vinyl side b. ex. grade label side a. vg/ex. grade label side b. vg/ex. grade sleeve vg/ex.
  4. SCRITTI POLITTI Songs To Remember ( UK Rough Trade 9-track vinyl LP including A Slow Soul, The Sweetest Girl and Faithless, gold embossed title sleeve. The sleeve shows some minor wear and the vinyl has just a few light surface scuffs - ag reat copy ROUGH20).
  5. Originally available as the opening track on the NME cassette release C81, The "Sweetest Girl" was released later in as a single by Rough Trade.
  6. Scritti Politti appear here in their classic post-punk bass/drums/guitar trio. "Early" collects the entire Rough Trade discography from the debut "Skank Bloc Bologna" EP, "2nd Peel Session, Pre-Langue" EP, through to the lovers soul breakthrough of "The Sweetest Girl"/5(23).
  7. Songs to Remember is the debut album by the British pop group Scritti quitratinbernucocnyriserrerandy.co album's recording had to be delayed for nine months due to frontman Green Gartside's collapse and illness, and then after completion its release was delayed for a further year at the band's request. It was eventually released on Rough Trade Records on 3 September , reaching number 12 on the UK Albums Chart.

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