Heavy Stereo: Deja Voodoo: 25th Anniversary [180-Gram Clear Vinyl]

Heavy Stereo SKU: 41806876
Heavy Stereo: Deja Voodoo: 25th Anniversary [180-Gram Clear Vinyl]

Heavy Stereo: Deja Voodoo: 25th Anniversary [180-Gram Clear Vinyl]

Heavy Stereo SKU: 41806876

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $32.99

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Title: Deja Voodoo: 25th Anniversary [180-Gram Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Heavy Stereo
Label: Demon Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5014797905122
Genre: Rock

Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing While his own name has yet to grace an album front cover, for more than twenty years, Gem Archer has been a key contributor to some of the UK's highest profile guitar bands, beginning with Oasis in 2000, Beady Eye in 2009 and the touring version of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds since 2015. Before all that there was Heavy Stereo, caught up in the mid '90s music maelstrom where their only album Déjà Voodoo took it's place alongside Paul Weller's Stanley Road, The Charlatans' Telling Stories, Super Furry Animals' Fuzzy Logic, Supergrass's I Should Coco, The Boo Radley's Giant Steps, Ride's Carnival Of Light - and, of course, Definitely Maybe and (What's The Story) Morning Glory? by Oasis. It is easy to understand why any album could get overlooked in such exalted company. Déjà Voodoo and the four singles - 'Sleep Freak', 'Smiler', 'Chinese Burn' and 'Mouse In A Hole' - all display Gem's deeply held affection for old-school rock'n'roll values Unavailable since it was first released on Creation Records in 1996.

1.1 Chinese Burn
1.2 Cartoon Moon
1.3 Déjà Voodoo
1.4 Tell Yer Ma
1.5 Crown Of Thoughts
1.6 Mouse In A Hole
1.7 Bangers And Mash
1.8 Deep Fried Heart
1.9 Reaching For Heaven
1.10 Keep Up
1.11 Planet Empty
1.12 Shooting Star
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