Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine were an English indie rock band formed in 1988 by singer Jim "Jim Bob" Morrison and guitarist Les "Fruitbat" Carter. They made their name with a distinctive style of power pop, fusing samples, sequenced basses and drum machines with rock 'n' roll guitars and off-beat wordplay-loaded lyrics. They reached the height of their fame in 1992. Over the following years the band took on new members, reaching a six-piece, but struggled to regain their earlier popularity. They initially split up in 1998 after releasing seven albums.

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Re-Educating Rita (BBC in Concert: Live at Kilburn, 7 December 1991)30 Something (Deluxe Version)2:00
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And God Created BrixtonA World Without Dave5:27
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MannequinThis Is the Sound of an Eclectic Guitar: A Collection of Other People's Songs3:46
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The Impossible Dream (2012 Remaster)1992: The Love Album (Deluxe Version)5:08
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Turn On, Tune in and Switch OffStarry Eyed and Bollock Naked2:27
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Lean on Me I Won't Fall Over (BBC in Concert: Live at Phoenix Festival, 15 July 1994)BBC in Concert (15 July 1994)3:33
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Look Mum, No Hands (2012 Remaster)1992: The Love Album (Deluxe Version)2:58
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CeasefireWorry Bomb8:26
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Falling on a Bruise (2012 Remaster)30 Something (Deluxe Version)5:56
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Worry BombWorry Bomb3:58
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