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2LP 5mm single sleeve, art insert, download postcard.

“Superseeder marks a return to the sort of extended raga-like acid rock workout that typified early Bevis Frond releases.. the whole album is excellent.” Allmusic

Released on Nick Saloman’s label Woronzow in 1995, The Bevis Frond’s ‘Superseeder’ arrived after ‘Sprawl’. At this point, Nick began releasing albums annually compared with his earlier recordings that would see multiple releases per year. Soaring and melodic rock workouts prevail with a notably strong rhythm section making this record another favourite.

Eastern tinged opener ‘Superseded’, ‘I Can’t Cry’ and 17-minute ‘House Of Mountains’ are exemplary workouts whilst the garage-punk of ‘Dolly Bug’ takes a different tone as do ‘Golden Walks Of London’ and ‘Queen Of May’ which have more traditional British influences.

Playing many instruments on the record, Nick continues here to work with his live band with Andy Ward on the drums, Adrian Shaw on bass and guest second guitarist Bari Watts returns (tracks 6 & 12).


A1 Superseded A2 Dolly Bug A3 Stoned Train Driver

B1 Animal Tracks B2 Jaye B3 I Can't Cry B4 Could Be B5 Flashy

C1 Golden Walks Of London C2 House Of Mountains

D1 The Queen Of May D2 Sue Me D3 Loveland D4 Could You Fly Higher?

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