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Orange Juice

The leaders of the Scottish neo-pop uprising Orange Juice formed in Glasgow in late 1976. Originally dubbed the Nu-Sonics, the group comprised vocalist/guitarist Edwyn Collins, guitarist James Kirk, bassist David McClymont, and drummer Steven Daly; following the formation of the Postcard label by Collins protégé Alan Horne, the quartet renamed itself Orange Juice in 1979, adopting the new moniker as well as an aura of romantic innocence as a direct reaction to the increasingly macho aggression of punk.

As Postcard's flagship band, Orange Juice quickly distinguished the label as a leading proponent of independent pop music; their 1980 debut single "Falling and Laughing," recorded for less than 100 pounds, garnered massive critical acclaim, and subsequent releases like "Blueboy," "Simply Thrilled Honey," and "Poor Old Soul" further established the group as a major new talent. Soon, sessions began for a full-length album; however, in the midst of recording, Orange Juice left Postcard to sign to Polydor, which funded the LP's completion. After the 1982 release of the album, titled You Can't Hide Your Love Forever, ex-Josef K guitarist Malcolm Ross joined the group, hastening the exit of Kirk and Daly (who went on to form Memphis) and paving the way for Zimbabwe-born drummer Zeke Manyika.

The addition of Manyika gave Collins the new capability of exploring a more complex fusion of pop and blue-eyed soul; consequently, 1982's Rip It Up was a more ambitious affair than its predecessor, veering from the buoyant Motown tribute "I Can't Help Myself" to the energetic pop of the title track, Orange Juice's lone Top Ten single. However, subsequent releases failed to chart, and relations between the group and Polydor began to disintegrate; amid these tensions, both Ross and McClymont quit, with Ross later resurfacing in Aztec Camera. Reduced to the duo of Collins and Manyika, Orange Juice enlisted reggae producer Dennis Bovell to record the 1984 EP Texas Fever.

After a makeshift tour, Collins and Manyika returned to the studio to record a dark, ambitious full-length effort; released in 1984, neither The Orange Juice nor its singles "What Presence?!" and "Lean Period" charted, and Collins was dropped from his contract, although Polydor kept Manyika on as a solo act. Only in 1995 did the stunning single "A Girl Like You" finally win Collins the commercial respect that had so long eluded him and his former bandmates. Later on, throughout the late '90s and early 2000s, the rise of Scottish bands as disparate as Belle & Sebastian and Franz Ferdinand won Orange Juice a younger set of fans, helped in great part by the 2005 compilation The Glasgow School. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: ...Coals To Newcastle

Disc 1

1. Falling And Laughing

2. Moscow

3. Moscow Olympics

4. Felicity (Live)

5. Blue Boy

6. Lovesick

7. Simply Thrilled Honey

8. Breakfast Time

9. Poor Old Soul, Pt. 1

10. Poor Old Soul, Pt. 2

11. Louise, Louise

12. Three Cheers For Our Side

13. (To Put It In A) Nutshell

14. Satellite City

15. Consolation Prize

16. Holiday Hymn

17. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 1

18. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 2

19. Wan Light

20. Dying Day

21. Texas Fever

22. Tender Object

23. Poor Old Soul (French Version)

24. Poor Old Soul (Instrumental Version)

25. Simply Thrilled Honey (Live)

26. Botswana (Live)

27. Time To Develop (Live)

28. Blue Boy (Live)

Disc 2

1. Falling And Laughing

2. Untitled Melody

3. Wan Light

4. Tender Object

5. Dying Day

6. Love Love

7. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 1

8. Upwards And Onwards

9. Satellite City

10. Three Cheers For Our Side

11. Consolation Prize

12. Felicity

13. In A Nutshell

14. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 2

15. Moscow

16. You Old Eccentric

17. Two Hearts Together (10" Version)

18. I Can't Help Myself (7" Version)

19. Tongues Begin To Wag

20. Barbeque

Disc 3

1. Rip It Up

2. A Million Pleading Faces

3. Mud In Your Eye

4. Turn Away

5. Breakfast Time

6. I Can't Help Myself

7. Flesh Of My Flesh

8. Louise, Louise

9. Hokoyo

10. Tenterhook

11. Rip It Up (12" Version)

12. Snake Charmer

13. Lovesick (Re-Recording)

14. Flesh Of My Flesh (7" Version)

15. Lord John White And The Bottleneck Train (12" Version)

16. Flesh Of My Flesh (12" Version)

17. All That Ever Mattered

Disc 4

1. Bridge

2. Craziest Feeling

3. Punch Drunk

4. The Day I Went Down To Texas

5. A Place In My Heart

6. A Sad Lament

7. Out For The Count

8. Bridge (Summer 83)

9. Poor Old Soul (Re-Recording)

10. Leaner Period

11. Move Yourself

12. The Day I Went Down To Texas (Flexi Version)

13. Craziest Feeling (Alt. Mix)

14. Bridge (Alt. Mix)

15. The Day I Went Down To Texas (Alt. Mix)

16. A Place In My Heart (Alt. Mix)

17. Our For The Count (Alt. Mix)

18. Punch Drunk (Alt. Mix)

Disc 5

1. Lean Period

2. I Guess I'm Just A Little Too Sensitive

3. Burning Desire

4. Scaremonger

5. The Artisans

6. What Presence?!

7. Out For The Count

8. Get While The Gettings Good

9. All That Ever Mattered

10. Salmon Fishing In New York

11. What Presence?! (12" Version)

12. A Place In My Heart (12" Dub Version)

13. In A Nutshell (Live)

14. Simply Thrilled Honey (Live)

15. Dying Day (Live)

16. Bury My Head In My Hands

17. Lean Period (12" Dub Version)

18. Rip It Up (Live)

19. What Presence?! (Live)

20. Burning Desire ("Alexis" Mix)

21. All That Ever Mattered (Alternative Version)

Disc 6

1. Poor Old Soul (Peel Session, 30/10/80)

2. You Old Eccentric (Peel Session, 30/10/80)

3. Falling And Laughing (Peel Session, 30/10/80)

4. Lovesick (Peel Session, 30/10/80)

5. Upwards And Onwards (Richard Skinner Session, 19/1/81)

6. Wan Light (Richard Skinner Session, 19/1/81)

7. Felicity (Richard Skinner Session, 19/1/81)

8. Dying Day (Peel Session, 10/8/81)

9. Holiday Hymn (Peel Session, 10/8/81)

10. Three Cheers For Our Side (Peel Session, 10/8/81)

11. Blokes On 45 (Peel Session, 10/8/81)

12. Mud In Your Eye (Kid Jensen Session, 4/5/82)

13. I Can't Help Myself (Kid Jensen Session, 4/5/82)

14. In Spite Of It All (Kid Jensen Session, 4/5/82)

15. Turn Away (Kid Jensen Session, 4/5/82)

16. What Presence?! (Kid Jensen Session, 22/2/84)

17. Salmon Fishing In New York (Kid Jensen Session, 22/2/84)

18. Bridge (Kid Jensen Session, 22/2/84)

19. BBC Interview (Part One) (With Richard Skinner, 1983)

20. BBC Interview (Part Two) (With Richard Skinner, 1983)

Disc 7
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Track List: The Glasgow School

1. Falling And Laughing

2. Moscow

3. Moscow Olympics

4. Blue Boy

5. Lovesick

6. Simply Thrilled Honey

7. Breakfast Time

8. Poor Old Soul (Part One)

9. Poor Old Soul (Part Two)

10. Louise Louise

11. Three Cheers For Our Side

12. (To Put It In A) Nutshell

13. Satellite City

14. Consolation Prize

15. Holiday Hymn

16. Intuition Told Me (Part One)

17. Intuition Told Me (Part Two)

18. Wan Light

19. Dying Day

20. Texas Fever

21. Tender Object

22. Blokes On 45

23. I Don't Care

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Track List: The Orange Juice

1. Lean Period

2. I Guess I'm Just A Little Too Sensitive

3. Burning Desire

4. Scaremonger

5. The Artisans

6. What Presence?!

7. Out For The Count

8. Get While The Gettings Good

9. All That Ever Mattered

10. Salmon Fishing In New York

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Track List: Texas Fever

1. Bridge

2. Craziest Feeling

3. Punch Drunk

4. The Day I Went Down To Texas

5. A Place In My Heart

6. A Sad Lament

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Track List: Rip It Up

1. Rip It Up

2. A Million Pleading Faces

3. Mud In Your Eye

4. Turn Away

5. Breakfast Time

6. I Can't Help Myself

7. Flesh Of My Flesh

8. Louise Louise

9. Hokoyo

10. Tenderhook

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Only one other comment?? Orange Juice should have been huge. Flesh of my flesh, the follow up to rip it up should also have been a major hit, and would have solidified the band's future. It also happens to contain my favorite line of all time in a song; " here's a penny for your thoughts, incidentally you can keep the change"
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sunygrl29
Rip it up!!! Awesome song by an awesome band.

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