Two classic lps of English jangle pop, darlings of the C86 compilation!
Available the first time on vinyl, Small Time (1991) and Hey Hey We're the ManquÃ©s (1990) make up the second (and third!) reissues Captured Tracks is offering from The Servants, following Youth Club Disco.
This set of hidden gems shine a light on the band's layered, jangly
guitars and sophisticated vocals that will delight fans of the band and
fans of jangle pop everywhere.
What you will find in listening to The Servants today is how they
were really a hidden gem with their smooth jangly guitar pop that has
plenty of layered guitars, classy vocals and a sublime swagger to their
tunes that makes Youth Club Disco completely entertaining to check out.
â€“The Firenote review of Youth Club Disco
Call this band England's native answer to Australian transplants
Go-Betweens; thatâ€™s a good half of any useful review for newcomers, and a
vast compliment. â€“All Music review of Youth Club Disco
The Servants (and C86 bands in general) seem to be getting their due
recently as Captured Tracks released a retrospective compilation Youth Club Disco last year. â€“Tiny Mixtapes
Everybody Has A Dream
Don't Leave Town
People Going Places
Dating Then Waiting
Born To Dance
Let's Live A Little
Aim In Life
Fear Eats The Soul
The Thrill Of It All
Out Of Your Life
Hey Hey We're the ManquÃ©s
The Word Around Town
She Whom Once I Dreamt Of
You'd Do Me Good
She Grew And She Grew
She's Always Hiding
Hey, Mrs John
Look Like A Girl
They Should Make A Statue
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 04 December, 2013.