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  1. - Erkunde elaineharpes Pinnwand „The Housemartins“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Musik, Vinyl schallplatten und Album cover pins.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Housemartins - The Best Of The Housemartins at Discogs. Complete your The Housemartins collection/5(50).
  3. Complete song listing of The Housemartins on reinundewithcosul.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Flag Day - The Beautiful South, The Housemartins; 2. Happy Hour - The Beautiful South, The Housemartins.
  4. Jan 26,  · They were the Housemartins, according to their own desciption, "the fourth best band in Hull". was the year of the Housemartins. Sheep was the Housemartins' second single, released in Author: Michael Wagg.
  5. The Housemartins were an English indie pop group formed in Hull who were active in the s, and charted three top ten albums and six top twenty singles in the UK. Many of their lyrics were a mixture of socialist politics and Christianity, reflecting the beliefs of the band (the back cover of their debut album, London 0 Hull 4, contained the message, "Take Jesus – Take Marx – Take Hope").
  6. Check out Sheep by The Housemartins on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on reinundewithcosul.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo5/5(1).
  7. A more succinct and straightforward anthology of the Housemartins than 's Now That's What I Call Quite Good!, 's The Best of the Housemartins is a track overview that sticks to the basics. While it does not contain the significant BBC sessions, B-sides, and album cuts featured on Quite Good!, it does feature superior sound and all the material (such as "Happy Hour," "Sheep," "The 9/
  8. The Housemartins were an English indie pop band that was active in the s. Many of the Housemartins' lyrics were a mixture of Marxist politics and Christianity, reflecting singer Paul Heaton's beliefs at the time (the back cover of London 0 Hull 4 contained the message, "Take Jesus - Take Marx - Take Hope").[citation needed] Read More.

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