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Up for a Bit with The Pastels is the debut album by the Scottish band The Pastels, released in 1987. It was named the 37th best Scottish album by The Scotsman. All songs written by Stephen McRobbie, except where noted. Up for a Bit" (Martin Hayward, Bernice Simpson) – 3:36. Crawl Babies" (Hayward, Simpson) – 2:45. Address Book" (McRobbie, Brian Taylor) – 4:02. I'm Alright with You" – 3:22. Hitchin' a (Ride)" – 2:02. Get 'Round Town" (McRobbie, Taylor)– 2:17.
indie alternative the pastels up for a bit with the pastels rock Glasgow. The Pastels Glasgow, UK. placeholder. Hailed as 'the sound of young Scotland' in 1986, The Pastels have proven to be an enduring act, still commanding a legion of devoted fans and seeing off too many fads, fashions and scenes to mention. Steven Pastel has both inspired and infuriated a generation (or two) with his shambolic but compelling brand of tune-riveted po. .Thank You For Being You. Feb 2015. Up For A Bit With The Pastels.
Unwittingly, the Pastels found themselves at the front of saving pop music from the claws of the majors intent on sanitizing rock. Now that's what I call, to quote one of the band's later album tracks, an "unfair kind of fame.
Up for a Bit" (Martin Hayward, Bernice Simpson) – 3:36. Truckload Of Trouble is a compilation album by The Pastels, released in 1994. The album compiles songs from their EPs and singles released between 1986 and 1993 with some popular album tracks also being featured. Included are some of their most well known songs such as "Comin' Through", "Nothing to be Done", "Truck Train Tractor", "Crawl Babies", "Speeding Motorcycle" and "Baby Honey".
The Pastels' sound continued to evolve and, although part of the NME's C86 compilation, in interviews they always sought to distance themselves from both twee and shambling developments. Their debut album, Up for a Bit With The Pastels (Glass, 1987; re-issue Paperhouse, 1991) moved from garage pop-punk through to ballads with synth orchestra splashes. In 2003, it was named the 37th best Scottish album by The Scotsman. The follow-up, Sittin' Pretty (Chapter 22, 1989) was harder but less eclectic.
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Tracklist: 1. Ride, 2. Up For A Bit, 3. Crawl Babies, 4. Address Book, 5. I’m Alright With You, 6. Hitchin’ . 7. Get ‘Round Town, 8. Automatically Yours, 9. Baby Honey, 10. If I Could Tell Yo. More albums from The Pastels: Illuminati – Pastels Music Remixed by The Pastels. Illumination by The Pastels. Mobile Safari by The Pastels. Slow Summits by The Pastels. Sittin’ Pretty by The Pastels. The Last Great Wilderness by The Pastels. Two Sunsets by The Pastels. View all albums . By: The Pastels (1987, Rock). 5. I’m Alright With You. 8. Automatically Yours.
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|5||I'm Alright With You|
|7||Get 'Round Town|
|10||If I Could Tell You|
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- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 5661
- Matrix / Runout: PAPCD006 10166841 01 % MADE IN THE U.K.
- Barcode: 5 017161 001765
|GLALP 021||The Pastels||Up For A Bit With The Pastels (LP, Album)||Glass Records||GLALP 021||UK||1987|
|VEL 79754||The Pastels||Up For A Bit With The Pastels (CD, Album, Promo)||Velvel||VEL 79754||US||1997|
|VEL 79754||The Pastels||Up For A Bit With The Pastels (CD, Album, RE)||Velvel||VEL 79754||US||1997|
|SFIRE019CD||The Pastels||Up For A Bit With The Pastels (CD, Album, RE)||Fire Records||SFIRE019CD||UK||2003|
|Wilde 1 lp||The Pastels||Up For A Bit With The Pastels (LP, Album)||Oscar||Wilde 1 lp||France||1990|