12 Rounds ‎– Jitter Juice

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Polydor ‎– 531 894-2
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1 Spitting In The Sunshine
Keyboards – Claude*
4:03
2 Pleasant Smell
Bass – Barry Adamson
4:14
3 Fits Nicely
Drums [Top Kit] – Andy Crisp
3:42
4 Hesitate
Written-By – Mark de Lane Lea
2:11
5 Mug
Bass [Double] – Billy McGeeOrgan [Hammond] – Claude*
3:04
6 Strange Daze
Bass – Stanley AdlerPerformer [Vibes] – Barry Adamson
3:49
7 Dog
Recorded By – Micky Mulligan
3:07
8 Keeling Over
Drums – Ian Mussington
1:48
9 Something's Burning
Drums – Ian Mussington
4:20
10 Business 2:55
11 Barbed Wire Hair 4:11
12 Holed
Guitar, Lyrics By, Performer [Vibes] – Claude*Programmed By – Adam*
4:23
13 Joyous
Lyrics By – Claude*Recorded By – Micky Mulligan
1:44

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Recorded at Eastcote Studios

Packaged in a green jewel case.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none 12 Rounds Jitter Juice(Cass, Album, Promo) Polydor none UK 1996 Sell This Version
531 894-1 12 Rounds Jitter Juice(LP) Polydor 531 894-1 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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KingKenny

KingKenny

June 24, 2011

Joyous is the best, agreed. Overall a bit derivative - tries a bit too hard to be edgy and scrunchy - but interesting soundscapes from Ross
Pigalina

Pigalina

September 15, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
The singer, Claude, has the tendency to sound a bit like Gollum on occasion - all throaty and angry. Most of the songs are similar in feel to the fabulous Skunk Anansie.
The first song - Spitting in the Sunshine had a sort of fairground feel to it with a syntesizer or a keyboard playing the tune. That is until it turns into a scream-fest. Pretty much all of the songs follow the quiet-loud-quiet formula. The last track - Joyous - has a Kate Bush vibe and is my favourite track on the album. It is also the shortest, coming in at just 1 minute 44.
I think this album may grow on me over time.
Best track - Joyous.