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Farm, The - Groovy Train (RSD 22)

Farm, The Vinyl Records

One of the stranger overnight success stories in pop history, the Farm were a chameleon-like band from Liverpool, England who after years of relative obscurity suddenly jumped to the top of the charts with their 1991 album Spartacus, which ushered them into the upper echelon of the "baggy" scene alongside Happy Mondays, the Soup Dragons, and the Stone Roses who merged the loopy psychedelic grooves of acid house with the guitar-oriented textures of indie rock. While the group showed off a dance-friendly sound on mid-'80s singles like "Hearts and Minds" and "Information Man," these sides were more clearly informed by funk and the Leftist dance rock combo the Redskins. Following Spartacus and their major hit single "All Together Now," the Farm continued to fly the flag for baggy on 1992's Love See No Colour and 1994's Hullabaloo. Though the band called it a day in the mid-'90s, in the 2000s they reunited for live work.

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