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  1. Dec 02,  · Originally formed in Oldham, Greater Manchester, the Inspiral Carpets' current lineup came together in / Over the course of a handful of EPs, a 4-track Peel Sessions recording, and their first two major-label releases ('s Life and '91s The Beast Inside), the group acquired a reputation for its retro-psychedelic/ pop-infused songs. This was fuelled in large part by Boon's hair .
  2. Devil Hopping: Elektra Inspiral Carpets: Cherry Red / Keep the Faith Bitches Brew: Mute AllMusic Find Inspiral Carpets discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. For more information, please read our cookie policy.
  3. Inspiral Carpets scored their biggest chart hit in the spring of with "Dragging Me Down," which appeared on their third album, Revenge of the Goldfish, released later that fall. Although it produced three more Top 40 singles and got the band a bigger overseas audience, the album was issued when the Manchester scene's moment was perceived.
  4. album. Devil Hopping Inspiral Carpets 5. Lovegrove Inspiral Carpets: 6. Just Wednesday Inspiral Carpets: 7. Saturn 5 Inspiral Carpets: 8. All Of This And More Inspiral Carpets: 9. The Way The Light Falls (feat. Basil Clarke) Listen to your favourite songs from Devil Hopping by Inspiral Carpets now. Stream.
  5. Inspiral Carpets were an English rock band that was formed in Oldham in The band's most successful lineup featured frontman Tom Hingley, drummer Craig Gill, guitarist Graham Lambert, bassist Martyn Walsh and keyboardist Clint Boon.. Formed by Lambert and singer Stephen Holt, who departed the band before they signed with Mute Records, the band had a sound characterised by the use of .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Devil Hopping on Discogs/5(37).
  7. 26 rows · Nov 12,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Inspiral 4/5().
  8. Sep 01,  · Devil Hopping is the fourth studio album from British indie band Inspiral Carpets, released in via Mute Records. The single version of "I Want You" features vocals by Mark E. Smith of The /5(10).

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