The Lost Soul Band – Looking Through The Butcher’s Window (12″)

Obscure band of the month now with this twelve from Edinburgh’s The Lost Soul Band.

Released in 1992 on the seminal Silvertone Records label, they should have had greater success with their folk tinged indie rock  but like a load of bands at the time found themselves at the wrong time for the public’s musical tastes being for Grunge. Trying to side with The Lemonheads and The Wonderstuff and led by the enigmatic Calum Malcolm the sounds is influenced by Dylan and Van Morrison. A long lost Indie anthem with a quality B-side in the acoustic and thought provoking “God” and a live instrumental Wig Out in “Fungus Mungus”

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Silvertone Records ‎– ORE T 43butchersfrontcov

A Looking Through The Butcher’s Window 4:18
B1 Fungus Mungus (Live) 2:35
B2 God 3:48

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