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Tender Object - Orange Juice (3) - You Cant Hide Your Love Forever (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 07,  · Music Reviews: You Can't Hide Your Love Forever by Orange Juice released in via Polydor. Genre: Jangle Pop.
  2. The album sounds as fresh today as it must have sounded in , with the sound and style of Orange Juice acting as a major influence on people like Stuart Murdoch and more recently the sound and ideology of über-successes Franz Ferdinand (incidentally, both from Scotland and both raised on acts like The Fall, Orange Juice, Josef K. and Felt)/5(16).
  3. May 24,  · referencing You Can't Hide Your Love Forever, LP, Album, RE, RP, REWIGLP49 Orange Juice was a band from Scotland and was the leading light on the independent Scottish label Postcard. First of all, no other group was cuter than Orange Juice/5().
  4. A debut album for Postcard Records would be recorded (‘Ostrich Churchyard’) and then scrapped, and by the time Orange Juice finally released their debut ‘You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever’ on Polydor in , the indie world was already moving on, Orange Juice’s sound had moved on, and the momentum they had been gaining since
  5. These criticisms aside, once one accepts that the arty punks Orange Juice started off having fully embraced the sophisticated pop side of the world, then it's easy to see that You Can't Hide Your Love Forever is one of the best examples of early-'80s pop there is.
  6. Dec 18,  · The vinyl reissues once again come with a free digital download, too. The reissues feature the original tracklists, without the bonus material that was included when the records were reissued in the late ’90s. Below, check out the full tracklistings: Tracklist: Orange Juice, You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever. 1. “Falling And Laughing” 2.
  7. Orange Juice led the way for what their label cheekily called "Sound Of Young Scotland." They released a number of singles on Glasgow's Postcard Records before being signed to Polydor. Those singles, along with some newly recorded material, were collected for their debut, You Can't Hide Your Love Forever.
  8. Orange Juice Orange Juice was a Scottish post-punk band founded in the middle class Glasgow suburb of Bearsden as the Nu-Sonics in Edwyn Collins formed the Nu-Sonics (named after a cheap brand of guitar) with his school-mate Alan Duncan and was subsequently joined by James Kirk and Steven Daly, who left a.

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