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01 03 :57
02
Urbane Gorilla Ten Days Gone
02 :51
03
Stack Waddy Hunt the Stag
02 :45
04
Greasy Bear Windy Day
05 :02
05
J.C. Heavy Is This Really Me?
03 :10
06
Socrates Johnny
03 :49
07
Plasma Seven Stars
03 :37
08
Slipped Disc Come On In
04 :04
09
Savoury Duck Dragon Flight
06 :31
10
The Way We Live King Dick II
03 :14
11
Spider Jive Crocadilla
03 :09
12
Sweet Chariot Wildside
03 :31
13 03 :03
14
So On And So Forth Sweet Wine
02 :35
15
Grisby Dike Nebula
05 :28
16
Young And Renshaw Can't Get Enough Of Your Love
03 :12
17
Plasma Hazel Time
03 :17
18
Chris Statham Getaway
03 :32
ARTIST
TITLE
Man Chest Hair
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
BMS 046CD BMS 046CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/19/2014

2012 release. 18 outbursts of unreleased testosterone from the 1970s Mancunian rock underground. Unissued studio demos and rare tracks of hard rock, hairy funk, heavy, prog from the toughest unknown rock groups of Greater Manchester, England. Man Chest Hair liberates these heroic outbursts of rare and unreleased Northern testosterone from Mancunian pop's awkward coming of age purple period. The hairy funk and hard rock foundations of Manc punk and metal laid down by the self-sufficient post-beat unsignables. Man Chest Hair documents the missing stink between The Hollies, The Hermits, Hamburg, Hannett and Hotlegs with a heavy emphasis on dirty drums and filthy fuzz from beneath the black rainclouds of Greater Manchester. Ahead of their time, under the radar and over the heads of the trembling music industry these glorious live action trailblazers crank the ignition of the eclectic Mancunian metal machine, engines blazing between 10cc and full throttle Motorheads. Man Chest Hair boasts the seldom recorded, unshaven sounds of the Mancunian "independent" industry from the future capital of "indie" music. Cruising via prog, psych, funk, glam and hard rock with no toilet breaks or refuels along the way. This is the sound of do-or-die DIY from beneath the rainy city sky documenting the trouble behind the stubble, the aftershave sting that followed and the good-humored bromantic chippy dinners that united Madchester before it was clinically diagnosed. "A sonic polaroid of plump 1970s Lancashire technology in action. Let's hear it for real men that built their own studios from denim, rock, wool & sweat." -- Graham Massey (808 State)