The cheerfully bouncy and sunny pop sound of the Chefs may have seemed a little out of place in the oft-gloomy early-'80s . The group's simple songs about small topics like food, tea, and friendship may have made them easy to overlook at the time, but Damaged Goods' collection of their singles and radio sessions (two for John Peel and one for Richard Skinner) shows that they are well worth rediscovering for indie pop fans. Along with Dolly Mixture, the Chefs are one of the cornerstones of . indie pop, and Records & Tea: The Best of the Chefs is a vital acquisition for anyone who is a fan of the style.
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Songs: 24. Artist: The Chefs. Songs: The Chefs - Food 01:13. The Chefs - You Get Everywhere 02:41. The Chefs - Sweetie 02:24. The Chefs - Thrush 02:00. The Chefs - Records and Tea 02:21. The Chefs - Boasting 01:40. The Chefs - 24 Hours 03:25. The Chefs - Let's Make Up 01:57. The Chefs - Someone I Know 02:07. The Chefs - You're So Nice 02:07. The Chefs - Toby 01:47. The Chefs - One Fine Day 02:23. The Chefs - I'll Go Too 02:46. The Chefs - Love Is Such a Splendid Thing 02:37. The Chefs - Northbound Train 02:22.
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Home Rock Damaged Goods The Chefs . Cat: DAMGOOD 388 Released: 23 April, 2012 Genre: Rock. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Listen to music from The Chefs like Records and Tea, 24 Hours & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Chefs. There are at least two groups going by this name: 1) The Chefs were a Brighton-based punk/pop group during the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band consisted of Helen McCookerybook, James McCallum, Russell Greenwood and Carl Evans. They were signed to Brighton's Attrix Records, which released a four-track EP "Sweetie" in September 1980 and "24 Hours" in 1981. These records were followed by a version of "Femme Fatale" (released under the band name "Skat").
|2||You Get Everywhere||The Chefs||2:41|
|5||Records and Tea||The Chefs||2:21|
|7||24 Hours||The Chefs||3:25|
|8||Let's Make Up||The Chefs||1:57|
|9||Someone I Know||The Chefs||2:06|
|10||You're So Nice||The Chefs||2:07|
|12||One Fine Day [John Peel Session] James McCallum||The Chefs||2:23|
|13||I'll Go Too [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:46|
|14||Love Is Such a Splendid Thing [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:37|
|15||Northbound Train [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:22|
|16||Springtime Reggae [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||1:54|
|17||Sweetie [Richard Skinner Session]||The Chefs||2:28|
|18||You Get Everywhere [Richard Skinner Session]||The Chefs||2:21|
|19||Femme Fatale [Richard Skinner Session]||The Chefs||4:40|
|20||Let's Make Up [Richard Skinner Session]||The Chefs||2:11|
|21||Honcho [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:40|
|22||Sleeping Dogs Lie [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||3:01|
|23||Sad Boy Style [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:59|
|24||Love, It Is Just a Word [John Peel Session]||The Chefs||2:54|
Performer: The Chefs
Title: Records & Tea: The Best of the Chefs
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Pop,Post-Punk
Size MP3: 1597 mb
Size FLAC: 1914 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: MP4 AA AIFF APE WMA MPC