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by Sundae Club

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about

The lost Sundae Club album found whilst spring cleaning behind the Mellotron. Some of these tracks date back to Sundae Club's earliest days in 2001 and were conceived one Sunday evening on the upper floor of the Cheltenham branch of Pizza Piazza. If you were there, you would have witnessed Dr Mille playing a row of tuned Peroni Nastro Azzuro bottles, but since most of the other diners had left by that point, perhaps because of it, there are few witnesses. That night, Sunday Club (sic) was born. Hamstall and Dr Mille were christened (or at least something which nearly rhymed with it) and Ray Cathode was invented. The close derivation Sundae Club came a week or two later when it became apparent that Mondays were actually more convenient than Sundays for us to get together and lark around with synthesizers and old tat.

Some of these were the tracks which led to a publishing deal with Taste Music, and probably also led to them dropping us a few years later. Most contain Mellotron, some contain Theremin and all are important little steps in the evolution of the Sundae Club Sound.

These are the tracks which enabled you to Enjoy your World of Music more than Ever Before.

credits

released March 14, 2010

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