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2018 release from the veteran British indie band. The caustic Merseyside overlords Half Man Half Biscuit release their 14th LP. Famed for making ill-tempered music with a social conscience, Birkenhead band Half Man Half Biscuit, formed in the early eighties, 'merely as a way of getting through the day'. Quickly picked up by the angst-ridden youth of the eighties, their punk driven, lyrical rants, and protests against all things celebrity and fake, became the unofficial anthems of the underground.
2018 release from the veteran British indie band. The caustic Merseyside overlords Half Man Half Biscuit release their 14th LP. Famed for making ill-tempered music with a social conscience, Birkenhead band Half Man Half Biscuit, formed in the early eighties, 'merely as a way of getting through the day'. Quickly picked up by the angst-ridden youth of the eighties, their punk driven, lyrical rants, and protests against all things celebrity and fake, became the unofficial anthems of the underground.
5052442012870
Half Man Half Biscuit - No-One Cares About Your Creative Hub So Get Your Fuckin Hedge Cut

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 05/25/2018
UPC: 5052442012870

No-One Cares About Your Creative Hub So Get Your Fuckin Hedge Cut
Artist: Half Man Half Biscuit
Format: CD
New: In Stock $17.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Alehouse Futsal
2. Man of Constant Sorrow (With a Garage in Constant Use)
3. Knobheads on Quiz Shows
4. Bladderwrack Allowance
5. Renfield's Afoot
6. Terminus
7. The Announcement
8. What Made Colombia Famous
9. Harsh Times in Umberstone Covert 1
10. Every Time a Bell Rings 1
11. Emergency Locksmith 1
12. Mod Diff V Diff Hard Severe 1
13. Swerving the Checkatrade

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2018 release from the veteran British indie band. The caustic Merseyside overlords Half Man Half Biscuit release their 14th LP. Famed for making ill-tempered music with a social conscience, Birkenhead band Half Man Half Biscuit, formed in the early eighties, 'merely as a way of getting through the day'. Quickly picked up by the angst-ridden youth of the eighties, their punk driven, lyrical rants, and protests against all things celebrity and fake, became the unofficial anthems of the underground.
        
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