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When You Leave - Noonday Underground - Self-Assembly (CD, Album)

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  1. Mirisar says:
    Jun 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Noonday Underground "In The Good Old Summertime" YouTube Noonday Underground - That Noonday Sun - Duration: Daan H 4, views.
  2. Yozshugore says:
    Noonday Underground is Daisy Martey's old band (the new chick singer for Morcheeba's last CD). This '60s Britpop-infused release is the first album from former Adventures In Stereo creator Simon Dine and Daisy. With Stax soul, Beatles, and Left Banke leanings left over from his former band, Dine gathered a live band to compile a catchy, groovy.
  3. Baramar says:
    Noonday Underground discography and songs: Music profile for Noonday Underground, formed
  4. Malajinn says:
    Sep 17,  · The duo of DJ Simon Dine and vocalist Daisy Martey threw their hats into the ever-growing ring of record-collector rock as trip-hop collective Noonday Underground. After Dine's departure from Adventures in Stereo around , the duo hooked up after read more. top albums.
  5. Magar says:
    Noonday Underground are a British band consisting of DJ Simon Dine and singer Daisy Martey. Dine had previously been a member of Adventures in Stereo. Martey.
  6. Shakajin says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Self Assembly on Discogs/5(13).
  7. Gozil says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram Vinyl release of Self Assembly on Discogs/5(6).
  8. JoJoktilar says:
    Self-Assembly album lyrics by Noonday Underground. Full discography of Noonday Underground. [Artists list] When You Leave lyrics: Simon Dine, Daisy Martey Rock Steady lyrics: Simon Dine Where Have They Gone lyrics:
  9. Zugar says:
    The full-length debut of Noonday Underground also marks Simon Dine's post-Adventures in Stereo project. Resulting in a hybrid of '60s psychedelic and quirky cocktail, Self-Assembly is an array of exotic indie and swinging dance-pop. On top of the soulful vocals of Daisy Martey, this album could fit nicely on a shelf between Stereolab and Portishead.

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