Cartoon Boyfriend - The Wonder Stuff - Hup (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Tracklist 30 Years in the Bathroom Radio Ass Kiss Golden Green Let's Be Other People Piece of Sky Can't Shape Up Don't Let Me Down, Gently Cartoon Boyfriend Good Night Though Unfaithful Them, Big Oak Trees Room CreditsBass – Rob Jones (4)Drums –. Reply
  2. The Wonder Stuff's second album combines the snotty arrogance of their debut,"Eight Legged Groove Machine", with some of the refined song-writing and pop sense of the subsequent "Never Loved Elvis" album. For some reason, it is their least popular record, though it is by FAR my favorite from the Stuffies/5(32). Reply
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hup! - The Wonder Stuff on AllMusic - - There was a sea change in British pop music in. Reply
  4. The Wonder Stuff are a British alternative rock sorimerlighdisttelesulraheftiocrus.coinfoally based in Stourbridge in the West Midlands, England, the band's first iteration released four albums and nearly 20 singles and EPs, enjoying considerable chart and live success in the UK. The . Reply
  5. Wonder Stuff - Hup: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: 30 Years In The Bathroom: A2: Radio Ass Kiss: A3: Golden Green: A4: Let's Be Other People: A5: Piece Of Sky: A6: Can't Shape Up: B1: Don't Let Me Down, Gently See more tracks. Reply
  6. Cartoon Boyfriend Lyrics: "There's a worm in my head and a fish in the bed," she said / Confused you will be / He's got the car on the lawn and he's using the horn again / Annoyed she will be / CHORUS. Reply
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    Feb 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - COVER: The Wonder Stuff - Cartoon Boyfriend YouTube COVER: The Smiths - Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me - . Reply
  8. The Wonder Stuff's second album combines the snotty arrogance of their debut,"Eight Legged Groove Machine", with some of the refined song-writing and pop sense of the subsequent "Never Loved Elvis" album. For some reason, it is their least popular record, though it is by FAR my favorite from the Stuffies. Reply

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