Orange Juice Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Texas Fever was a mini album by the Edwyn Collins fronted Orange Juice. It was their third release, coming out in 1984. By this time, James Kirk and Steven Daly had left the band being replaced by Malcolm Ross and Zeke Manyika. Texas Fever is one of four Orange Juice albums to be reissued by Domino Records.
The Orange Juice is the fourth and final album by Scottish indie-pop four-piece Orange Juice. Originally released in 1984, the album title was a tribute to The Velvet Underground’s self titled third album. The album contains the song “I Guess I’m Just A Little Too Sensitive” which singer and guitarist Edwyn Collins is known to have dedicated to Morrissey on occasion. The Orange Juice is one of four Orange Juice albums to be reissued by Domino Records.
Rip It Up was the second album by Glasgow’s Orange Juice. The band, fronted by Edwyn Collins were known for writing intelligent yet catchy pop songs. The title track was also the band’s biggest hit, reaching number 8 in the UK singles chart in February 1983. Rip It Up is one of four Orange Juice Album’s to be reissued by Domino Records.
You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever was the debut album by Scottish band, Orange Juice. After forming as the Nu Sonics in 1976, Edwyn Collins, James Kirk, Alan Duncan and Steven Daly became Orange Juice in 1979. They released some singles for the seminal Postcard Records before signing to Polydor to record their debut album. You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever is one of four Orange Juice Album’s to be reissued by Domino Records.