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90 Bisodol (Crimond)

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Length  38:38
90 Bisodol (Crimond) (2011)  Urge For Offal (2014)
Release date  25 September 2011
Genre  Post-punk
Producer  Nelson Burt
Artist  Half Man Half Biscuit
Label  Probe Plus
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Released  25 September 2011 (2011-09-25)
Similar  Urge for Offal, This Leaden Pall, Some Call It Godcore, Cammell Laird Social Club, Voyage to the Bottom of the Road

Half man half biscuit left lyrics in the practice room


90 Bisodol (Crimond) is the twelfth album by UK rock band Half Man Half Biscuit, released in September 2011.

Contents

The inner sleeve includes a modified version of the painting Christ's Entry into Jerusalem by William Gale (1823–1909), in which one onlooker holds a sign with the words "Dirk Hofman Motorhomes". This is a reference to a man who holds such a sign at the finish of European cycling races.

Critical reception

The BBC called the album the band's "most consistently brilliant work yet in every aspect, and another start-to-finish showcase of rare genius". The Quietus called it "probably their best, certainly their most consistent album".

Songs

1Something's Rotten In The Back Of Iceland2:34
2RSVP2:59
3Tommy Walsh's Eco House2:39

References

90 Bisodol (Crimond) Wikipedia


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