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The Dukes of Stratosphear

You’re A Good Man Albert Brown (Curse You Red Barrel)

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Psonic Psunspot is the tenth studio album by the English band XTC which was released under their pseudonym The Dukes of Stratosphear in 1987. Like the previous album 25 O’Clock, this album is inspired by 1960s psychedelia. It showcases a variety of songs meant to evoke specific groups of that period (for instance, the Hollies on “Vanishing Girl”, the Byrds on “You’re My Drug”, The Kinks on “You’re a Good Man, Albert Brown (Curse You Red Barrel)“ and the Beach Boys on “Pale and Precious”). During this time, another song entitled “Martian Enslavement 1970” was written for the album but never recorded. Some critics, such as Pitchfork Media in their review of Chips from the Chocolate Fireball, argue that the members of XTC, free from the pressures of writing... Read on...

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