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Dance Hall at Louse Point is a 1996 album by John Parish and Polly Jean Harvey. Parish wrote and played the music, while Harvey sang vocals and wrote the lyrics. The pair had been musical collaborators for several years before making this album together – as a teenager growing up in rural England, Harvey contributed saxophone, guitar and backing vocals to Parish’s band Automatic Dlamini before forming her own band in 1991. Parish later served as co-producer, guitarist, percussionist and… read more



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  • Avatar for Tymbolic
    Been a few years since I last listened to this. Better than I remember.
  • Avatar for GraXXoR
    OK, so two years on and I love this album more than ever…. Girl, Is that all there is? Civil War!
  • Avatar for jsa1036
    Definitely one of her more underrated albums. Really surprised to actually see negative reviews listed on the Wikipedia page.
  • Avatar for entartetekunst
    I mean the song itself, not the album as a whole.
  • Avatar for entartetekunst
    'Dance Hall At louse Point' features some Captain Beefhart-style song structure and guitar work (and guitar tone for sure).
  • Avatar for GraXXoR
    Wow. That is all.
  • Avatar for foxboro
    Where is cover? ;<
  • Avatar for Timplshved
    This is probably my favorite PJ album...people must be deaf not to appreciate it
  • Avatar for Friend567
    Yes. Heavily underrated.
  • Avatar for pj_harvey
    absolutely amazing album

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