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Furniture formed in Ealing, West London, 1979 by Jim Irvin, Tim Whelan and Hamilton Lee. They built up a strong following in and around London before bolstering their line up to include Sally Still and Maya Gilda.

They released several independent singles through Survival Records before signing to Stiff Records in 1986. Best know for their 1986 single ‘Brilliant Mind’ which has since featured on many compilations over the years.

At the time of the ‘The Wrong People’s’ release Stiff Records went into liquidation with only having manufactured 30,000 vinyl copies and no CD. This vinyl has become a cult classic and very sought after over the years.

The band eventually called it a day in 1992 with the various members going on to other projects. Jim Irvin fronted a keyboard/voice duo called ‘Because’ before turning his hand to journalism, currently writing for Mojo. Tim and Hami formed Transglobal Underground who still record and tour today.

This long overdue and debut CD release adds an additional nine bonus tracks. Pulling together b-sides and extended versions from their two singles off the album along with two unreleased demos from the bands own archive.

Weight 200 kg


Shake Like Judy Says / Love Your Shoes / Brilliant Mind / She Gets Out The Scrapbook / I Miss You / Make Believe I'm Him / Let Me Feel Your Pulse / The Sound Of The Bell / Escape Into My Arms / Answer The Door / Pierre's Fight / Bonus Tracks / Brilliant Fragment (B-Side) / That Man You Loved (Demo) * / Never Said (Demo) * / To Gus (B-Side) / Turnupspeed (B-Side) / Me, You And The Name (B-Side) / It Continues (B-Side) / Brilliant Mind (Extended Version) / Love Your Shoes (Extended Version) / * Previously Unreleased


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