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  • Nezshura says:
    God Fodder by Ned’s Atomic Dustbin Released On April 1, Released By Columbia Records. This Week’s Selection Chosen By Drew Necci. High school is a weird time. You’re young, you’re still figuring out what you like and what you think is cool — and you want oh-so-desperately to be cool.
  • Dut says:
    Apr 02,  · Ned's Atomic Dustbin was very popular in the early nineties, and forerunners of the grebo scene. Much maligned by the music press and trendy sorts. They had 86 different t-shirt designs to their name. So it was not uncommon to spot a Ned's t-shirt around. Very overlooked considering that their releases were solid. God Fodder, their first major.
  • Gronos says:
    Stream God Fodder by Ned's Atomic Dustbin and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Nothing Like. Listen Now $ Until You Find Out. Until You Find Out. Listen Now $ You. You. The NEDs' first album is my favourite of their's /5(74).
  • Voodoolkis says:
    Ned’s Atomic Dustbin’s debut album God Fodder is an often overlooked classic in the British shoegaze and alternative rock scene. The album is characterised by the noisy guitars and drum beats. God Fodder was a critical and commercial success, peaking at .
  • Tujind says:
    Neds Atomic Dustbin God Fodder Cut Up did you think if you shout you can sort it all out you can't get your face from the blame you're no wiser even know, you wish you knew why but you're no wiser even now they know that you're cut .
  • Grogor says:
    "God Fodder" is a pretty good album of early 90's brit-pop. Actually it's more brit-rock, considering that most of the album is fairly heavy, compared to others in the genre. The two big songs on here are also the two best, those are "Kill Your Television" and "Grey Cell Green".Reviews:
  • Shazragore says:
    God Fodder, an album by Ned's Atomic Dustbin on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Mezicage says:
    Ned's Atomic Dustbin may be one of Britain's most overlooked bands, which is surprising, considering that while their releases may not be groundbreaking, each one is certainly solid. The band emerged in the early '90s, and was quickly grouped (along with bands like Pop Will Eat Itself and Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine) into the English "grebo" scene: punk-influenced, electronica-informed 8/

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