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The Contrast

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Hailing through the comparatively tiny British Midlands city of Peterborough (roughly halfway between Birmingham and Cambridge), the Compare are an unpretentious guitar pop group comparable to the Dentists along with other ’80s U.K. indie acoustic guitar bands, albeit having a more powerful debt to past due ’70s new influx acts like Tv and Blondie. The group’s unique lineup was a trio around vocalist/songwriter and guitarist David Reid, bassist Chris Corney, and drummer Wayne Crossley, who documented 2000’s Secret #1 for the U.K. indie label Rainbow Quartz Information. After those classes, Corney remaining the group and was changed by second guitarist Spencer Hart and fresh bassist Richard Mackman. This modified lineup documented the Contrast’s follow-up recording, Wireless Times, in 2002, in addition to 2004’s Fade BACK. By enough time the Comparison returned to get a fourth recording, 2005’s Forget to inform the Time, that they had produced a solid lover from Small Steven, whose Underground Garage area radio show frequently presented the band’s music. 2007 noticed the discharge of Underground Spirits, and the Comparison cherry-picked tracks using their 1st four albums for 2008’s Ideal Disguise: Presenting the Comparison, a compilation which was released by Small Steven’s Wicked Great Information. The band’s full-length Wicked Awesome Information debut God of Breakdown followed 2 yrs later.

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Music Songs Elvis Fix, Everyone's a Sucker, I Am an Alien, Take Me Apart, Different Again, Someone Else's Logo, God Of Malfunction, World's So Different, Big Dark Nowhere, She's a Disaster, Breaking Promises and Hearts, Your Starring Role, Trying to Fill the Space, Catch the Spark, Blast Off in Primetime, I've Known Your Name Forever, She's Been Here Before, Pocketful of Fear, Functional Punk Pop Song, The World of Being Wrong, Can't Stand the Light, George Zipp, Drop Dead Gorgeous Love Song, Thought You Were Strong, False Admission, Better Than They Seem, Mystery #1, How To Tell, Perfect Disguise, Everything Seems to Get to Me, Caught In A Trap, Unfair Game
Albums God Of Malfunction, Fade Back In, Mystery #1, Wireless Days, Underground Ghosts, Forget to Tell the Time, Perfect Disguise: Introducing The Contrast


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