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London Weekend

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Anorak City
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I'm In Love With A Girl Who Doesn't Know I Exist
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Things Will Be Nice
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The Centre Of My Little World
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What's Happened To You, My Dearest Friend?
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Can't You Tell It's True?
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Impossible
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You Should All Be Murdered
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Horseriding
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Green
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Rio
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The Very Beginning
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I Don't Suppose I'll Get A Second Chance
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New Year's Honours
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 40:15

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Smiths Rip-Off? Hardly

infinitejest

Certainly, one can hear elements of Marr's jangle and Morrissey's mope. Listen a bit closer, however, you'll also find early REM, 14 Iced Bears, Ride, c86. Borrow liberally from divergent influences, make the end result your own. Another Sunny day uses this methodology to achieve a transcendent, timeless sound. London Weekend is worth every download.

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I'm in love with a band who doesn't know I exist

soeren

who cares if this is a smiths ripoff - the world needs more bands who sound like the smiths and ASD were a great bands with a great album - this one - lovely pop tunes with all the jangly guitar and simplistic drumming you could ask for. lyrics are as twee as can be. perhaps a little more serious in their songwriting than talulah gosh, but at par with field mice. do you like indie pop? stop reading this rubbish and start downloading.

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I don't even know what to say

silvereye

Smiths or Another Sunny Day... Who ripped off who?

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I'm in love

alligatorburner

Sarah Records was one of the greatest record indie record labels of the 80's. It was all about the love of the music. The fact that they simply ceased to be rather than sell out was proof of their conviction. Another Sunny Day was one personal highlight for me, especially their 'I'm in love with a girl..' Less then 2 minutes long, it packs everything in that is needed and rather then labour the point and try for a 3 minute single, stops before it meanders away. Sarah records was a strong influence on Belle & Sebastian, and as such a strong influence on any band who followed B&S. Heady music. Wonderful to hear again

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lost pop gems

somecandy

neatly compiles all of Another Sunny Days Sarah releases which would cost a small fortune to buy on vinyl. Fans of the early releases by the Field Mice will absolutely love this. Indie Pop Perfection!

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Brilliant!

devotedbee

Harvey Williams at his very best...