THE BRAND NEW Zealand pop band the Mutton Parrots was led by singer/guitarist Don McGlashan, already an extremely regarded figure in his indigenous land for his work in the legendary post-punk-era group Blam Blam Blam. Also including ex-Six Volts guitarist David Long and drummer Ross Burge, the group started documenting their debut recording in past due 1991. After its conclusion, previous Dribbling Darts bassist Alan Gregg was recruited to complete the lineup. Preceded from the solitary “Dominion Street,” the Mutton Parrots’ eponymous debut LP made an appearance independently Bag Information label in 1992; a melodic pop work educated by ’60s-period influences, in addition, it spawned the strike “Character,” and dropped simply shy of topping the brand new Zealand album graphs. In middle-1993, the solitary “Your Windowpane” offered the Mutton Parrots with another strike, and they quickly authorized with Virgin, issuing their sophomore LP, Salty. In 1995, Virgin also released Character, a compilation of the sooner two albums designed for the foreign marketplace; Envy of Angels, the Mutton Parrots’ third studio room effort, adopted a year later on. After 1997’s Position of Admittance, Gregg was changed by Tony Fisher for 1999’s Rainfall, Steam & Acceleration.