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Spacemen 3/Inspiral Carpets: Asylum, Manchester

Live Review by John Robb, Sounds, September 1987

WOWEEE, TRIPPY BABY — the far-out scene jumped into the time machine, shed all its colour and mind-exploding drugs, and leapt into the 1980s. ...

Inspiral Carpets: Wish you were here

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, July 1990

It’s a sun-kissed "no-lose situation" for Inspiral Carpets. Surfing on the stupendous sales of their shock-the-vicar T-shirt selection, and equipped with a user-friendly record deal ...

Staying Mute

Profile and Interview by John McCready, Face, The, August 1990

ELECTRONIC. TEUTONIC. Independent. European. Regardless of the reality of its catalogue, Mute Records has a certain image. Like any record label with a desire to ...

Inspiral Carpets: Cowabunga!

Report by Betty Page, Vox, December 1990

THE MUTANT HERO TURTLES HAVEN'T HIT JAPAN YET, BUT FOR THE MOMENT THE LOCALS ARE OBSESSED WITH A DAFT LITTLE COW WITH SPIRALLY EYES. WE ...

Inspiral Carpets: Life

Review and Interview by Mark Leviton, Village View, December 1990

INSPIRAL CARPETS are not just another band from Manchester, England, the city that's become one of the most exciting music centers on earth, home of ...

Insprial Carpets and Mark E. Smith: Manchester United

Interview by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, February 1994

Inspiral Carpets team-up with Mark E. Smith! For a one-off collaboration called ‘I Want You’! Psychedelic optimism meets psychedelic miserabilism! ...

The Stone Roses and Happy Mondays: What The World Is Still Waiting For?

Retrospective and Interview by Jack Barron, Melody Maker, March 1999

It was the scene that produced some of the best bands the world had ever seen. Now, with the Happy Mondays reforming end The Stone ...

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