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The Oldham quintet split after Mute dropped them in , but their on-off post-Y2K reunion only morphed into a full-blown reformation when former frontman Tom Hingley departed and original vocalist Stephen Holt was reinstated in Inspiral Carpets stumbles just the once: ironically, when the former Madchester stars struggle to construct a funky, Charlatans-esque vibe during Forever Here. They embark on a far more satisfactory foray into groove-bound territory courtesy of the hypnotic, Josef K-referencing Let You Down, wherein legendary punk poet John Cooper Clarke stops by to spray gobs of resonant, rapid-fire verbal graffiti all over the gaff. Registered in England.
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Carpet Burns: Life with Inspiral Carpets
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Sometimes the history books only tell half a story. Certainly that's the case where Inspiral Carpets are concerned. Having shot to prominence in as part of the 'Madchester' baggy scene alongside Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses et al, their popularity soared almost instantaneously. Debut album Life sold by the bucketload, reaching the dizzy heights of number two in the process. A headline slot at Reading Festival soon followed, while the band's merchandise sales also rocketed, largely inspired by their infamous 'Cool As Fuck' t-shirt design which featured a shades-wearing cow smoking a cigarette.
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Post a Comment. Tuesday, 20 September Hats off to Inspiral Carpets.
WITH a successful 'reminder' tour behind them, and a greatest hits album, Cool As , out on May 19, the Inspiral Carpets have become 'cool as fuck' once more. Band members, Clint Boon and Martyn Walsh, took time out from their busy schedules to hang out with IndieLondon's Jack Foley to talk about the recent live performances, and their plans for the future Martyn: No - it's probably a case of 'absence makes the heart grow fonder'.
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