Title: Taste Of You
Style: Indie Rock
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Released Indie and Indie Dance music, by artists including Inspiral Carpets, New Fast Automatic Daffodils, Bandit Queen, The Rainkings and Molly Half Head. The label moved to London in 1994 and continued to release records until 1997 by artists including Elliot Green and TC Hug. Playtime is currently building an online presence, to keep updated check URLs below. Sites: playtimerecords. com, MySpace, SoundCloud.
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However, Molly Half Head have more unusual origins than the average indie band. An early incarnation of the group was reportedly an experimental coalition with a trombone player competing against a wall of noise and feedback. After an encouraging reception at the 1993 In The City festival/conference, the band released their debut single, ‘Taste Of You’. A second single, ‘Toe To Sand’, preceded sessions for their debut album. The UK indie press quickly warmed to the band, whose offbeat attitude was confirmed by a series of semi-nude photos, and a resistance to any degree of preciousness.
Molly Half Head were an alternative rock band from Manchester formed in 1992 They had a minor UK hit single in 1995 with Shine Molly half head barny Molly. They signed for Manchester independent label Playtime Records, and released their debut single, "Taste of You", in March 1993;. Two more singles followed before the release of the album Sulk in November 1993. The album was issued in the United States in February 1994 by Columbia Records. Daly left the band and was replaced by Graham Atkinson, and the band left Playtime to sign for Columbia in the UK. The band's second single for Columbia, "Shine", reached number 73 in the UK Singles Chart. A second album, Dunce, produced by Craig Leon and released in July 1995, failed.
The band released their first album, Molly Hatchet in September 1978. Its song "Dreams I'll Never See" (a cover of The Allman Brothers Band 1969 track "Dreams") got AOR airplay. Molly Hatchet was followed by Flirtin' with Disaster in September 1979, with its title song another AOR hit, as was its first track, "Whiskey Man," from the album. Molly Hatchet proceeded to tour behind the records, building a larger fan base . During the first half of the 1990s, Molly Hatchet played selected shows and tours but didn't record again until 1995 when they began working on a new studio album with German producer Kalle Trapp. In April 1995, after continuing health problems, Brown had to once again leave the band and Phil McCormack (Brown's 1992 stand-in) was brought back.
A1 Taste Of You (Demo) A2 Treehouse Steps (Demo) B Ginger Pats Avenue (Acoustic).
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