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  1. Feb 18,  · Orange Juice - The Orange Juice ( FULL ALBUM) 1. Lean Period 2. I Guess I’m Just A Little Too Sensitive 3. Burning Desire .
  2. Scottish post-punk band formed in Bearsden, Glasgow. The band started out as the Nu-Sonics in They changed their name to Orange Juice in and signed with Alan Horne's Postcard fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfo first record 'Falling and Laughing' was also the first Postcard release.
  3. Find Orange Juice discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Orange Juice discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic.. New Releases. Featured New Releases full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs All. Year Album .
  4. Orange Juice was a Scottish post-punk band founded in the middle class Glasgow suburb of Bearsden as the Nu-Sonics in Edwyn Collins formed the Nu-Sonics (named after a cheap brand of guitar) with his school-mate Alan Duncan and was subsequently joined by James Kirk and Steven Daly, who left a band called The Machetes. [3] The band became Orange Juice in
  5. Orange Juice. Produced by Phil Thornalley, Will Gosling & Dennis Bovell. Album The Orange Juice. What Presence?! Lyrics [Verse 1] The Artisans 6. What Presence?!.
  6. This is the second of Orange Juice's 3 LP's and includes the title track and Orange Juice's biggest hit "Rip It Up". This album is great on many levels. Edwyn Collins' lyrics, his romanticism, his croon, his guitar playing and the addition of Zeke Manyike on drums took the band to a higher level than on their charming but slightly less /5(11).
  7. It was their last studio LP. The title was a tribute to The Velvet Underground's eponymous third album. The album was released with free 12" single versions of several tracks on the cassette version, and it sold mostly in this format. The album was re-released on CD in and again in
  8. Dec 02,  · Orange Juice brings up the idea of a crooning Al Green, or some other Memphis soul artist, as well as Neil Young in his electric guitar phrase. The combination of those two make up the sound of Orange Juice, but of course, with a very post-punk attitude. "The Orange Juice" or sometimes known as "The Third Album" was the band's last full-length album/5().

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