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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Bands with tragic stories always seem more appealing to me. Who wants a set of gurning twats to hold close to your heart after another day of heartbreak when you can have Joy Division. Or Nirvana. Or Linus. Yes, that name stumbling from the mists of time like a small, nervous baby hare. "Where have I heard THAT name?" Well cast yr minds back to the early 90's & a rather tedious ... »

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The Course Of True Linus Mever Did Tun Smooth by Linus
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
9/10 Brian Staff review, 21 November 2006
Bands with tragic stories always seem more appealing to me. Who wants a set of gurning twats to hold close to your heart after another day of heartbreak when you can have Joy Division. Or Nirvana. Or Linus. Yes, that name stumbling from the mists of time like a small, nervous baby hare. "Where have I heard THAT name?" Well cast yr minds back to the early 90's & a rather tedious scene called Riot Grrrl that only a handful of frowning femmes & Everett True actually think was the nu punk. That's where these sprung from. A brittle & spirited bunch of scratchy post punkers that ran through britpop Mk 1 only to find themselves in Britpop Mk 2 hell. In 2005 Linus lost guitarist Andy Roberts & so have a wicked sessions & singles CD retrospective out & it's in reverse order going from recent gear to old gems. There's influences going from the Headcoatees to Stereolab throughout. They sounded like a sweetly intriguing band that embodied the spirit of indie DIY so beautifully, no-one, including me, realised they still existed. Buy this, it's great fun.

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