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Ned’s Atomic Dustbin – God Fodder

This weeks album is by Ned’s Atomic Dustbin and it is their first album God Fodder (1991).  When it was released in England it shot high up into the charts making NAD a huge success.   When the album eventually came state side they did not fair as well.  Having mild success with the songs “Kill Your Television” and “Grey Cell Green” the band was never able to create the sales in the US that they had in the home country of the UK.

One of the more interesting thing about this band is the fact they they have two bass players.  One playing a standard rythm and the other playing with chords and harmonix.  If i had to compare their sound to other bands i would have to go with bands like EMF who wrote the song “Unbelievable), Jesus Jones, and the Stone Roses.  The style of music these bands played were often referred to “baggy” because of the baggy clothes they would wear.  Baggy is my favorite style of music and is some what of making a resergence in bands like Kasabian and Bloc Party.  So if that kinda stuff sounds good to you check out Ned’s Atomic Dustbin – God Fodder.

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Grey Cell Green

Kill Your Television

Happy

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  • I used to have an Atomic Dustbin album on tape. It was the one with Saturday Night.

  • That song was featured on the "So I Married an Axe Murder" soundtrack