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Limited Fern Green & Black Colored Vinyl. Black Grape could only have been made in Manchester. The swagger, fun and cryptic humour seem hewn from a city historian AJP Taylor once described as offering an archetypally different way of English urban life to London. Both Shaun Ryder and Paul Leveridge, known as Kermit, came from edgy-but-cool parts of the city. In Shaun's case Salford, with Kermit originating from Moss Side. Black Grape always were a grimily cosmic musical jigsaw, melding rock, hip-hop, acid house, psychedelic pop and reggae with Ryder's gutter poetry, delivered in his inimitable shyster's bark.
Limited Fern Green & Black Colored Vinyl. Black Grape could only have been made in Manchester. The swagger, fun and cryptic humour seem hewn from a city historian AJP Taylor once described as offering an archetypally different way of English urban life to London. Both Shaun Ryder and Paul Leveridge, known as Kermit, came from edgy-but-cool parts of the city. In Shaun's case Salford, with Kermit originating from Moss Side. Black Grape always were a grimily cosmic musical jigsaw, melding rock, hip-hop, acid house, psychedelic pop and reggae with Ryder's gutter poetry, delivered in his inimitable shyster's bark.
5053760109006
Black Grape - Orange Head - Limited Fern Green & Black Colored Vinyl

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Universal Uk
Rel. Date: 01/19/2024
UPC: 5053760109006

Orange Head - Limited Fern Green & Black Colored Vinyl
Artist: Black Grape
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $39.99
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DISC: 1

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Limited Fern Green & Black Colored Vinyl. Black Grape could only have been made in Manchester. The swagger, fun and cryptic humour seem hewn from a city historian AJP Taylor once described as offering an archetypally different way of English urban life to London. Both Shaun Ryder and Paul Leveridge, known as Kermit, came from edgy-but-cool parts of the city. In Shaun's case Salford, with Kermit originating from Moss Side. Black Grape always were a grimily cosmic musical jigsaw, melding rock, hip-hop, acid house, psychedelic pop and reggae with Ryder's gutter poetry, delivered in his inimitable shyster's bark.
        
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