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Vinyl LP pressing. Arising in the mid-1980s during the second wave of British psychobilly, the Frantic Flintstones was formed in Didcot, outside Oxford, by singer Chuck Harvey and former Meteors drummer Toby Griffin, who soon left. Following a debut EP on Raucous and the chart-topping A Nightmare On Nervous, with drummer Andy Celbo, the group signed to Links just as guitarist Pug Pete joined the fold. Not Christmas, their fourth for Links, is one of their most popular LPs, and rightly so, with "Frantic" mutating Prince Buster's "Madness" and "Blue Christmas" one of several Xmas-themed numbers. British psychobilly at it's best!
Vinyl LP pressing. Arising in the mid-1980s during the second wave of British psychobilly, the Frantic Flintstones was formed in Didcot, outside Oxford, by singer Chuck Harvey and former Meteors drummer Toby Griffin, who soon left. Following a debut EP on Raucous and the chart-topping A Nightmare On Nervous, with drummer Andy Celbo, the group signed to Links just as guitarist Pug Pete joined the fold. Not Christmas, their fourth for Links, is one of their most popular LPs, and rightly so, with "Frantic" mutating Prince Buster's "Madness" and "Blue Christmas" one of several Xmas-themed numbers. British psychobilly at it's best!
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Not Christmas Album
Artist: Frantic Flinstones
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Arising in the mid-1980s during the second wave of British psychobilly, the Frantic Flintstones was formed in Didcot, outside Oxford, by singer Chuck Harvey and former Meteors drummer Toby Griffin, who soon left. Following a debut EP on Raucous and the chart-topping A Nightmare On Nervous, with drummer Andy Celbo, the group signed to Links just as guitarist Pug Pete joined the fold. Not Christmas, their fourth for Links, is one of their most popular LPs, and rightly so, with "Frantic" mutating Prince Buster's "Madness" and "Blue Christmas" one of several Xmas-themed numbers. British psychobilly at it's best!
        
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