Blurt - Blurt + Singles

Format: 2LP
Availability: Out of stock


delayed release

Blurt's self-titled essential debut from 1982 remastered and accompanied by a second album that collects all singles from 1980-1984 including: - My Mother Was A Friend Of An Enemy Of The People (1980) - The Fish Needs A Bike (1981) - The Ruminant Plinth (1983) - White Line Fever (1984). Formed in Stroud in 1979, Blurt consisted of Ted Milton (sax, vocals), brother Jake Milton (drums) and guitarist Pete Creese. Following a brief period with Factory Records (one side of 'A Factory Quartet'), the group moved on, releasing live album In Berlin and frenetic single 'The Fish Needs a Bike' in 1981. Debut studio album Blurt followed in 1982, together with single 'The Ruminant Plinth'.

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