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The Strange Death Of Liberal England, Drown Your Hearts Again Album Review


Drown Your Hearts Again is the first full length album from Strange Death Of Liberal England. The Pompey five piece must be hoping that their fortunes go slightly better (ok a hell of a lot better) than their local football team Portsmouth. TSDOLE are one of those bands that create some great pieces of music but never seem to get the accolades to back it up.

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The Strange Death Of Liberal England, Rising Sea Single Review


You've got to love some of the band names out there, take The Strange Death Of Liberal England. What a fantastic name, it's something that stands out, is memorable and far from boring.

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The Strange Death Of Liberal England, Angelou Single Review


Read our single review of Angelou by The Strange Death Of Liberal England released through Fantastic Plastic.

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