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Produced in London by the end from the 80s by Chris Spence, Steve Dinsdale, Ged Murphy and Steve C., the Honeysmugglers battled to release the retrogressive label honored to them by virtue of their vibrant, Hammond organ-infested audio. The truth is, the quartet had been far more modern than a lot of people gave them credit for, fusing 60s melodic intuition using the fluent rhythms from the 90s to make a boisterously tuneful panorama. After singles on nonfiction and Ultimate Information, nevertheless, the Honeysmugglers split acrimoniously in 1991, without ever launching an album.

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