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Even As We Speak
Feral Pop Frenzy

Hang on  - that's not the original sleeve. Where did that wolf come from? (it's a Dingo) Anyway wolf or no wolf (Dingo?) this is a great album. Even As We Speak were the brightest and shiniest Sarah records band. As if the Go Betweens thought ah fuck it let's become Saint Etienne ...view item »

Even As We Speak
The Black Forest

Sarah Records stalwarts return older and more wizened but still with that happy-go-lucky charm intact. Their original singles were just perfect (see the Nothing Ever Happens 7") but it was their album Feral Pop Frenzy that almost crossed over with it's unabashed pop joy married with an oddball experimental bent. Will be interesting to s...view item »

Even As We Speak
Yellow Food: The Peel Sessions

It's remarkable to think that Even As We Speak were featured on four different radio sessions yet really at the height of their powers released one album  -the should-have-been hit 'Feral Pop Frenzy'. Well now that they've reformed and are releasing new music it's high time for a physical release of their various radio disp...view item »

Even As We Speak
A three minute song is one minute too long

Even As We Speak with a 'Three Minute Song Is A Minute To Long' on Egg Records. A 17 track compilation of all the early singles from the cheeky honest Aussie popsters. Some cracking pure songs that are still relevant and influential today making this release a great a historical look at indie tweeness. New Order and Glen Campbell have their songs c...view item »

Even As we Speak, Bachelor Pad, Various
Souvenirs from Egg Records

Just got in a perfectly timed compilation of old, forgotten indie on the EGG label that takes in 27 lost classics from Even as we Speak, This Poison!, Baby Lemonade, The Bachelor Pad, The Submarines, Tugboat, The Prayers, Remember Fun, The Widdershins, The Lighthouse Keepers, The Palisades, Change of Seasons & The Church Grims...view item »