Zero / No Frills

by BLIM

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    Wonderful double CD in a glossy gatefold card wallet, which includes all original artwork plus extra photos & lyrics. Comes shrinkwrapped, we had some left over after we had disposed of all the body parts.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Zero / No Frills via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    PLUS if you download the whole album (or buy the CD), you will receive pictorial goodies in the form of never-before-seen artwork, posters, and other Blim ephemera!

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'Zero' and 'No Frills' were originally released on cassette in 1992 & 1993 respectively. For this CD & digital release, the original recordings have been squeegeed to a sparkling finish and fully remastered, for your enhanced listening pleasure!

More info available from our website - www.blimmusic.co.uk
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credits

released August 27, 2013

'Zero' personnel -

Andy Read - Guitars
Ben 'BJ' Gardiner - Bass
Neil Spragg - Drums, Voice
Phil Cook - Saxophone, Voice
Nigel Pugh - Flute, Keyboards
Tony Child - Wibbles, Tapes, FX, Samples

> Ade Scholefield - Synth solo on 'Synchromesh'

> Kristian Hartridge / Pete Moltesen - Vocals on 'Country & Eastern' & 'Spanish Song'

'No Frills' personnel -

Andy Read - Guitars, Vocals
Robert Illesh - Bass, Vocals, Mandolin, Keyboards
Neil Spragg - Drums
Tony Child - Wibbles, Tapes, FX, Samples, Keyboards

> Ade Scholefield - Synth on 'Fumanchumanflu'

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BLIM Birmingham, UK

Blim, Prog Space Jazz Punk Rock pioneers from Birmingham UK, were brought kicking and screaming into existence in 1991, and produced two superb and acclaimed albums in 1992 & 1993, before promptly vanishing from whence they came in 1994. For now...

As regards their music, as they say, "You might think that this is quite strange".

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Track Name: Junk
You might think that this is quite strange, I don’t know.
You might think that this is deranged - it’s not jazz, it’s not punk.
You might think that this is quite shit - well, maybe.
You might think that this is a bit of a biff on the nose.
Isn’t this a little bit odd? Well, yes.
Isn’t this a bit of a sodding great waste of our time?
Why don’t I just roll up and die? Go on then.
Or maybe I could learn how to fly. In the sky? This is junk.
Track Name: Wet potato
Something is happening to make me feel I don’t know why I am here.
Maybe it’s because I am just a little bit fuzzy and unclear.
Could have been an odd experience, or maybe something in my beer.
I’ll just have to wait and see if any more normality comes near.
Memory is a funny thing, especially when it doesn’t work. Like this.
Living in an arena where they don’t even close the doors at night.
There’s no place to hide, escape if you will, if you think that it’s alright.
Wet potato.