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Lemon Yellow Vinyl. Kid Kapichi's third studio album, There Goes The Neighbourhood, was produced by Dom Craik from UK chart-toppers Nothing But Thieves. The 11 signature tracks about misspent youth and nights out in small towns, are songs you can protest or party to in equal measure. The Hastings quartet are determined to hold tight to their homegrown values and beliefs, and to take their songs of working-class pride to the broadest possible audience. The album is one where snarling razor-sharp lyrics are generally balanced out by a cheeky wink and the turn of a Crombie-d collar.
Lemon Yellow Vinyl. Kid Kapichi's third studio album, There Goes The Neighbourhood, was produced by Dom Craik from UK chart-toppers Nothing But Thieves. The 11 signature tracks about misspent youth and nights out in small towns, are songs you can protest or party to in equal measure. The Hastings quartet are determined to hold tight to their homegrown values and beliefs, and to take their songs of working-class pride to the broadest possible audience. The album is one where snarling razor-sharp lyrics are generally balanced out by a cheeky wink and the turn of a Crombie-d collar.
5401148003604
Kid Kapichi - There Goes The Neighbourhood - Lemon Yellow [Colored Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SPINEFARM
Rel. Date: 03/15/2024
UPC: 5401148003604

There Goes The Neighbourhood - Lemon Yellow [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Kid Kapichi
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $27.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Artillery
2. Let's Get To Work
3. Tamagotchi
4. Can EU Hear Me?
5. Get Down
6. 999
7. Subaru
8. Zombie Nation
9. Angeline
10. Oliver Twist
11. Jimi

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Lemon Yellow Vinyl. Kid Kapichi's third studio album, There Goes The Neighbourhood, was produced by Dom Craik from UK chart-toppers Nothing But Thieves. The 11 signature tracks about misspent youth and nights out in small towns, are songs you can protest or party to in equal measure. The Hastings quartet are determined to hold tight to their homegrown values and beliefs, and to take their songs of working-class pride to the broadest possible audience. The album is one where snarling razor-sharp lyrics are generally balanced out by a cheeky wink and the turn of a Crombie-d collar.
        
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