Not the first record by Irish group The Radiators, but a well-remembered set that definitely put them on the map – a set that hardly changes up much in the way of instrumentation from their punkish debut, but which already has the guys writing smarter, more interesting songs – of the sort that fit nicely in a line with some of the more compelling Irish acts in years to come! The tunes are driving and tight – not as slick as power pop, but every bit as catchy – and graced by looser, accent-inflected vocals that really keep things honest – on tunes that include "Walking Home Alone Again", "Who Are The Strangers", "Kitty Ricketts", "Million Dollar Hero", "Let's Talk About The Weather", "Confidential", and "Johnny Jukebox". Huge 2CD version features 35 more bonus tracks, and a big booklet of notes – unissued singles, different mixes, and lots of other unusual material from the studio sessions! CD
Rocky Sharpe & The Replays —
Let's Go ... LP Chiswick (UK), 1981. Near Mint- ...