Shed Seven

Shed Seven are an English alternative rock band, formed in York in 1990. One of the groups which contributed to the Britpop music scene of the 1990s, they never attained the degree of mainstream success achieved by the likes of Oasis and Blur. They originally comprised singer Rick Witter, guitarist/keyboardist Joe Johnson, bassist Tom Gladwin and drummer Alan Leach. Johnson was later replaced by Paul Banks.
They belonged to the post-Smiths wave of British musicians such as The Sundays and Marion, with a sound relying heavily on complex guitar arpeggios often in a minor key, and wailing vocals. At the height of their popularity between 1994 and 1999 they had fifteen Top 40 singles and four Top 20 albums in the UK. The band officially broke up in 2003, but reformed for a greatest hits tour in July 2007. Shed Seven continued to play shows around Britain periodically until releasing a new studio album in 2017 with the announcement of Instant Pleasures.

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Speakeasy (BBC Session-Mark Radcliffe Live 27/9/94)Live at the BBC3:18
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It's Not Easy (Demo)Instant Pleasures (Deluxe)4:55
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Thinking AgainTruth Be Told3:40
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Dolphin (Live)Where Have You Been Tonight? (Live)3:46
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Disco DownSee Youse at the Barras4:12
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Where Have You Been TonightGoing For Gold3:43
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High HopesGoing For Gold4:04
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Nothing to Live DownInstant Pleasures3:58
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Bully BoyA Maximum High 15th Anniversary EP3:20
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Devil In Your ShoesSee Youse at the Barras5:20
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