Inspiral Carpets Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Let You Down by Inspiral Carpets has already been elevated to the status of fan favourite by the legion of fans of the Manchester band. The track features legendary Manchester punk poet John Cooper Clarke and is backed with a previously unreleased song, It’s A Good Job Baby.
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Integral to Manchester’s ‘madchester’ scene of the early 1990s, Inspiral Carpets- despite reforming in 2003 and touring ever since- had not recorded anything since 1994, and as a result ventured deeper into obscurity. After signing to Cherry Red earlier this year, however, the release of their new full-length self-titled LP was...view item
Well wouldn't you know it, The Inspiral Carpets are back. Now with original singer Stephen Holt in tow replacing the departed Tom Hingley, “Spitfire” is the first single to be released from their new LP which like many records by returning bands is eponymously titled. Can it be any good? Well we've not heard soundclips yet so the jur...view item
Dung 4 by Inspiral Carpets was originally released as a cassette on their own Cow label. It contained an album’s worth of material in demo form recorded at the end of 1987. Some songs ended up being re-recorded and are well known, whilst others hide in relative obscurity. The cassette sold 8,000 copies initia...view item
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