The Sound Of Young Scotland: The Most Significant Albums Of 1998, Part Two

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  1. “The boy with the arab strap” is definitely my favour B & S record, followed closely by “Dear catastrophe waitress”.

  2. What about Simple Minds’ ‘Néapolis?’ – No. I’m being sarcastic too. Christ, the name of it sounds like something from a Stanley Baxter ‘Parliamo Glasgow’ sketch: “Lotsa neds but néa polis tae be seen. – Anyhow, some fine stuff there… Apart from Idlewild; whom I’ve never heard so I can’t commit. Got a couple of Delgados singles somewhere… The “Arab Strap” albums are both excellent. Dawn of The Replicants, I ignored.

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