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Midget

Something of peaceful Stamford, Britain, the punk-pop trio Midget began their career beneath the name the Smokin’ Lizards. Produced when its associates — vocalist/guitarist Richard Gombault, bassist Andy Hawkins and drummer Lee Main — had been still within their mid-teens, the group quickly folded, and then soon reconvene beneath the name Midget. After gaining a fervent live pursuing, the trio documented a demonstration tape which captured the eye of several brands, and in past due 1996 they agreed upon with Radar Information. Early the next year Midget released their debut one “Kylie and Jason,” implemented a few a few months afterwards by “Camoflage,” their initial UK chart entrance. After a couple of EPs, Welcome House Jellybean and Optimism, the group released the Alco-Pop mini-album, which gathered past singles monitors; two even more 1998 EPs — All COLLAPSE and Unseen Balloon — preceded the discharge of Midget’s full-length debut, Jukebox.

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