Give Me An F

I recently read that this July 24th the first new album in 15 years by the UK’s Flying Saucer Attack, Instrumentals 2015, will be released.

To celebrate, so-to-speak, the occasion I decided to refresh the links to my 2007 post about FSA.

For the uninitiated, led by singer/guitarist David Pearce, FSA is an amalgam of My Bloody Valentine, Spacemen 3 and the Velvet Underground.

1994’s Distance is compilation of early singles and previously unreleased material, while 1995’s Further mixtures both the heavily distorted and rustically acoustic guitar passages.

So you’re asking why Flop. Well… it was on the same CD-R that FSA was on and knowing that the links to my 2008 post were probably dead (they were) I decided why not Flop.

Led by the charismatic frontman Rusty Willoughby Flop had the misfortune to be a power pop band during the Age of Grunge. Described as a mixture of Green Day, Jane’s Addiction with a touch of Verve both 1992’s & The Fall of the Mopsqueezer and 1993’s Whenever You’re Ready deliver the  power-pop goods.

Links to my original posts & downloads are in the images.  But you knew that… right?

As for the title of this post, early Boomers will get the reference.

Distance

Further

& The Fall of the Mopsqueezer

Whenever You’re Ready

 

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