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Solarflares (2001)


Psychedelic Tantrum
Some of the thirty-somethings among you will be able to remember the wonderful mid 80's garage combo 'The Prisoners' which featured a young James Taylor, now of course of 'James Taylor Quartet' fame.



Solarflares (2001)


That Was Then And So Was This
For a while now the signs have been that the SolarFlares would deliver a second long player to surpass their first salvo of garage-pop on 'Psychedelic Tantrum' in October 1999 - a fact born out by t



Solarflares (2001)


Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
The Solarflares release their debut single on Twist records and it was certainly worth waiting for. Will it get any reviews in NME or Melody Maker? Probably not. Will it make the top ten? Definitely n


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