History traditionally hasn’t been kind to Ned’s Atomic Dustbin, often held up as everything wrong with British music in the early Nineties before Suede ignited Britpop. But their 1991 debut album God Fodder still retains a certain time-specific charm, all noisy guitars and rattling drums, and this special vinyl re-issue is long overdue.
Limited Vinyl LP £19.99 MOVLP2455C
180g silver & black marbled vinyl reissue LP + insert on Music On Vinyl. Edition of 1000 numbered copies.
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8/10 Nathan 23rd August 2019
Ned's Atomic Dustbin are one of the great forgotten bands of the 90s. They had to compete with the likes of the Fall and Pixies but their second album 'God Fodder' is up there with the likes of 'Bossanova'.
Ned's were let down by their production, it sounds thin compared to Pixies but the lyrical content is perfect. Perhaps they should write a follow up to 'Kill Your Television' about killing your phone to bring it into this century, but the sentiment rings truer now more than ever.
The punk style indie melodies from Alex Griffin have stayed with me through the years and Mat Cheslin's powerful bass lines maintain the high energy of the LP. An album that should definitely be on the shelf of any 90s indie music lover
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