The Cleaners from Venus – The Cleaners from Venus, Vol. 2 (2013) | | Year Of Release: 2013 | Label: Captured Tracks | Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Lo Fi | Quality: Mp3 | Bitrate: V0 VBR | Total Time: 161:19 Min | Total Size: 326 Mb | |
Disc 1 1. Renee (Who’s Driving Your Car) 2. A Holloway Person 3. Ghosts in Doorways 4. The Autumn Cornfield 5. Please Don’t Step On My Rainbow 6. Balloon Drop Shadow 7. Krugerrand Gladiators 8. Golden Age Saturday 9. Marilyn On a Train 10. Sandstorm in Paradise 11. Victorian Society 12. A Fool Like You Disc 2 1. Summer in a Small Town 2. Johnny The Moondog Is Dead 3. Hand Of Stone 4. Drowning Butterflies 5. Radio Seven 6. Fracas On West Street 7. Lukewarm Lovesong 8. A Blue Wave 9. A Song For Syd Barrett Disc 3 1. The Winter Palace 2. Sun Comes To The Wood 3. Julie Profumo 4. Soul Monday 5. Gamma Ray Blue 6. Heroin Clones 7. Winter Palace 2 8. Golden Lane 9. Stars Are Cold 10. Late Night 11. Beyond Disc 4 1. Roots And Beginnings 2. Russian Picture 3. Bon Temps Roulez 4. Mrs. Killer 5. Slyvie In Toytown 6. Young Jobless 7. The Secret Dreams Of A Kitchen Port 8. It’S Been So Long 9. Something In My Eye 10. When Fire Burns Dreams 11. Amateur Paranoiac 12. Drowning Butterflies (Big Expensive 13. Beyond The Blue Horizon The legendary lo-fi band Cleaners from Venus formed in the small town of Wivenhoe, southeast England at the turn of 1980s by Martin Newell. The man, the myth, but to rock singer and part-time kitchen porter with a love of sunny 1960s pop music, punk rock and musical comedy. He never cared much for any kind of musical rule book and broke new ground with music that garnered a cult following and a highly-influential sound that continues to inspire. These 4 albums span the next chapter in the unveiling of the entire discography from the band (1981-1985). One album included here contains 12 unreleased songs, making it the first new release from the band in over 25 years, dubbed A Dawn Chorus: Early Cleaners and Beyond. This is a beautiful, 4xCD foldout wallet with booklet including album bios written by Newell himself and never-before-released photos.