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Would Be Goods


Reviews


The Morning After (2004)


Sophisticated and existential indie pop on fourth album from much acclaimed long-serving London-based group, the Would-Be-Goods


Brief Lives (2002)


Sparsely eclectic and distinctive album from the Fortuna Pop indie pop label that in the space of its sixteen tracks" brings to mind Gaelic 60's pop, Nick Cave, the Mamas and Papas, and English folk."


Sugar Mummy (2002)


"Well written" and "simply recorded" three track EP from the highly regarded Would Be Goods


Emmanuelle Beart Ep (2001)


Barely eleven minutes of airy pop, the 'Emmanuelle Béart EP' will keep you entertained between entrée and dessert if you are picnicking (on a summer’s afternoon, of course) in the garden of a minor no


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