Lloyd Cole And The Commotions – Brand New Friend (1985)

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Back by absolutely no public demand whatsoever… 1980s. It’s 1985 and Lloyd Cole and the Commotions wrere riding on the success of 1984’s Rattlesnakes. While that album had been well received by critics and fans alike, the follow up Easy Pieces was one for the fans. Bass player Lawrence Donegan was described the album as terrible, which is harsh, particularly as it featured ‘Brand New Friend’, the closest they ever got to a hit single.

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2 thoughts on “Lloyd Cole And The Commotions – Brand New Friend (1985)

  1. davesmuses says:

    Love your eclectic mix but was that the best you could dig out from 1985? How about Sade’s Smooth Operator, Summer of ’69 Bryan Adams or Solid Ashford and Simpson.

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