Release date: 1992
Genre: Indie Pop
Remastered for CD, Unholy Soul was originally released on Sarah Records in 1991 and now boasts nine bonus tracks from associated singles.
Produced by Ian Carmichael (of One Dove) in 1991, stand-out tracks on Unholy Soul include Dirty Clothing, Bringing You the Love, The Sadness of Sex and should-have-been single Peaches. Among the pick of the bonus cuts are non-album singles Something for the Longing and Bemused, Confused and Bedraggled.
Liner notes by Alistair Fitchett of Tangents.
1. Me and the Black and White Dream
2. Women, Priests and Addicts
3. Bringing You the Love
4. Frank De Salvo
5. Long Drawn Sunday Night
7. Dirty Clothing
8. Moon Lullaby
9. Coloured Stone
10. The Sadness of Sex (Pt 1)
11. Waiting For the Storm
12. You Know I'm Fine
13. Bemused, Confused and Bedraggled
14. Pelican Blonde
15. Tropical Fishbowl
16. How Does That Feel
18. Something for the Longing
19. Farewell Dear Bonnie
20. On a Sunday
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