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Wedding Present, The


The Wedding Present: Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London

Live Review by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, May 1986

STANDING IN front of their biggest audience ever and unconcerned at being coerced into a part in indie pop's association-by-attitude amalgam. The Wedding Present are ...

The Wedding Present: Best Defence

Interview by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, February 1988

THE WEDDING Present were born in 1985, achieved the level of quite exciting, and now have had greatness thrust upon them with worrying prematurity. Recent ...

The Wedding Present: Town And Country Club, London

Live Review by Jack Barron, New Musical Express, October 1988

DAVID GEDGE, six foot plus of gangly manhood in a vile paisley shirt, steps through the balloon infested stage and grabs the microphone with a ...

The Wedding Present: From Russia With Love

Interview by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, April 1989

How have four normal people from Leeds become the most successful indie band of the late-eighties? Why have the trusty punksters just released an album ...

The Wedding Present

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, December 1989

Chauffered car-rides on the record company’s account bear witness to The Wedding Present’s emergence out of indie-land’s "shambling" band scene. But for their singer Dave ...

The Wedding Present: Sea Monsters (RCA)

Review by Keith Cameron, Vox, July 1991

BY NOT HI-jacking the groovy train in order to revive a flagging career, The Wedding Present now stand virtually alone amongst their mid-'80s indie contemporaries. ...

The Wedding Present: Single Sell Organism

Interview by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, February 1992

IN THE finest novel ever written by an Englishman, Keith Waterhouse's Billy Liar, our adolescent hero fantasises about leaving a thinly-disguised Leeds for London's bohemian ...

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