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A Trip To Marineville

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H.S. Art
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Another Song
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Vertical Slum
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Spitfire Parade
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Harmony in Your Bathroom
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Don't Throw Astrays at Me!
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Midget Submarine
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Bridge Head
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Full Moon in My Pocket
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Blam!!
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Full Moon
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Gunboats
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Adventuring Into Basketry
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My Lil' Shoppes 'Round the Corner
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Loin of the Surf
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Doctor at Cake
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Steven Does
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Bronze and Baby Shoes
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 54:26

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juharriman

like on acid and sleeping tablets.

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This album is a blast

rocknrollsulan

It's a shame that SM's career was so short--this is one of the most under-appreciated bands in the English post-punk scene.

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A Trip Worth Taking.

Spiritualized1

Nikki, Epic and the rest of the Maps created an album that resists definition, yet invites rampant hyperbole. It's simply great music that's was simultaneously of it's time and ahead of it's time. If you are skeptical, check out Verical Slum, H.S. Art and BLAM!

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That's a pretty swell map...

NickO'Teen

I had this album on vinyl at the time when I was a mere lad and loved it then. I bought it again on CD. I never tire of it. Listen to the 29second previews and then download the whole stinking lot is my trenchant advice.

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eMusic Selects: Hands on Heads

By Frances May Morgan, Contributor

"Hands on heads!" That's what the teacher at my primary school would yell when our class got out of hand. The rallying cry was supposed to make us focus in on a single activity, to stop us from fooling around and hitting each other and, hopefully, shut us up for a second. It worked. Kind of. Thirty pairs of small hands would clasp to 30 overexcited heads and we'd hold in our giggles until it… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Swell Maps’ debut album was a scattershot affair, ranging from blistering three-chord punk to free-form noise experiments, that was intriguing, yet frequently incoherent. [The album's 1989 Mute reissue included eight bonus tracks, but its 2004 Secretly Canadian version only had four.] – Stephen Thomas Erlewine