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The Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Singles Collection 1982-87

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Beating My Head
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I'm Still Waiting
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Take It All Away
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Happy
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He's Red
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See The Fire
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Monkey's On Juice
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Push
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Silence
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Hollow Eyes
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Feel A Piece
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Chance
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Generation
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Spinning Round
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Hold Yourself Down
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Regenerate
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Walking On Your Hands
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Which Side
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Jipp(instrumental mix)
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Cut Down
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Burning Fever
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Pushed Me
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Crawling Mantra
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Hang Man
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All The Same
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Shout At The Sky
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 26   Total Length: 78:23

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A few good tracks

formunknown

He's read and Beating my head are stand out tracks for me.

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Brings me way back

BehindBlueEyes5280

If you liked them then, you can probably find a few you can't live without - I found four I downloaded today.

They Say All Music Guide

Cherry Red’s The Singles: 1982-1987 is a thorough double-disc set that chronologically compiles the ten A-sides (and their B-sides) released by Red Lorry Yellow Lorry before they left Red Rhino to sign with RCA. The inclusion of the 16 B-sides isn’t something that only die-hard fans should rejoice about, as they are often just as strong as the A-sides and obviously stronger than a fair portion of the band’s proper album material. While Red Lorry Yellow Lorry never wrote chirpy pop songs, it is rather surprising that their sound, as unrelentingly murky as it was, wasn’t able to achieve more chart success in the U.K. The compilation also stands as a testament to a band who never placated the mainstream, all the while avoiding the derisive jokes that most goth rock bands were entitled to. – Andy Kellman

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