Bing Selfish | Bing Selfish in off-on-a-Tangent Park

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Bing Selfish in off-on-a-Tangent Park

by Bing Selfish

Recorded and produced by Matt Armstrong in JC Montague’s Shed of Earthly Delights, this is at once the most intimate yet most expansive Bing Selfish album; yeah, even more expansive than Space College.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Anarchists in Love
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2. Black Country Pop
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3. Go Curator Go
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4. 14:15 in off-on-a-Tangent Park
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5. Self Indulgence
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6. What Lies Beneath the Pavement of the Super Rich
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7. Selfish Sentiments
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8. In Shanghai
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9. Fracking
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10. The Age of Enlightenment
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11. Wolverhampton Wandering
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12. Highgate High Street
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13. Selfish Sentiments Revisited
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Album Notes
Bing shuffles the members of The Windsors in various combinations, with Matt Armstrong at the controls, and produces a real human warmth on every track, even the ones where he’s slagging off curators, bankers, destroyers of the earth, etc. You’ll be taken from the posh parts of London to the crazed surfaces of Shanghai and onwards, outwards to the shopping centres of Wolverhampton and environs. But don’t worry, everywhere we go, we’ll take you to the park first. Heartbreakingly for us and for you, the final recordings by Simon King.

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