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Chicken Rhythms

Chicken Rhythms
Top cover to the 1989 CD showing band members in a four-square cartoon setting.
Studio album by Northside
Released January 17, 1991
Genre Madchester
Label Factory Records
Producer Ian Broudie

Chicken Rhythms is the only full length studio album by English band Northside. It was released in 1991 and was produced by Ian Broudie. Band members are: Dermo (Vocals/Words), Tim Walsh (Guitar), Cliff Ogier (Bass) and Paul Walsh (Drums)

Chicken Rhythms was recorded in The Windings Studio in the Ffrwd, on what is now the Wrexham County Borough-Flintshire border, in Liverpool and Rockfield Studios in Monmouthshire.

Tracks "Shall We Take a Trip" and "Moody Places" were used as the theme tune on Granada Soccer Night between 1990 and 1992. [1]

Track listing

  1. Take 5
  2. Weight of Air
  3. Funky Munky
  4. A Change is on its Way
  5. Yeah Man
  6. Tour de World
  7. Wishful Thinking
  8. Shall We Take a Trip
  9. Who's to Blame
  10. Practise Makes Perfect
  11. My Rising Star (CD only)[2]

References

  1. ^ Stanley, Carl. "Interview with Northside's Dermo". live4ever.uk.com. Retrieved 2011-12-25. 
  2. ^ "FACD 310". Discogs.com. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 


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