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The now defunct Reading-based Saloon spent four years quietly building a following among John Peel's indie masses through a string of low-key singles before releasing their debut album (This Is) What We Call Progress in 2002. Like Track And Field cohorts Tompaulin, Saloon have a passion for lilting melodies and docile guitar 'n string symphonies, but where the former often find themselves aligned with Belle and Sebastian, Saloon veer off in the direction of Stereolab and Movietone with celestial Moog… read more

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  • Avatar for fargoneandout
    Loving 'Girls Are the New Boys'...
  • Avatar for vectoralgebra
    I really love this band but I can't find their albums. I've got only 'If We Meet in the Future'.
  • Avatar for TheKeenGuy
    "Girls Are the New Boys" is a pretty amazing song. Great title, too.
  • Avatar for sing-sing
    very good! :)
  • Avatar for atomicbeatboy
    Aww. I tend not to spend a lot of time mourning bands that are gone, but I miss Saloon soooo much!
  • Avatar for Falansh
    Exactly like Belly................:::...:.::.......:::..:...................but i like it
  • Avatar for Odie-
    Kaspian is the song.
  • Avatar for echodek
    I heart Saloon
  • Avatar for rob_hillfield
    ahh saloon... how i miss em.. lovely stuff
  • Avatar for tom_dissonance
    how did this lot ever get the Festive Fifty number one spot?

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