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There are multiple entries for “Sunhouse”.

1. Japanese band formed 1970. go to tag: サンハウス

2. Sunhouse were a Belgian progressive rock and jazz fusion band that recorded one self-titled album, in 1977.

3. Sunhouse was a short-lived Nottingham based band, consisted of Gavin Clarke (vocals), Paul Bacon (guitar), Robert Brooks (bass) and Dominic Dillon (drums).

Songwriter Gavin Clarke originally met film director Shane Meadows when both were working in dead-end jobs at the Alton Towers leisure park. Several years later, Meadows contacted Clarke to provide songs for the soundtrack to his acclaimed low-budget film, Small Time. Clarke quickly formed a band for the work, recruiting guitarist Paul Bacon and two former members of indie band the Telescopes, bass player Robert Brooks and drummer Dominic Dillon. The band signed a contract with Independiente Records and completed further soundtrack work for Meadows feature-length debut, Twenty-Four Seven. The limited edition Small Time EP and single “Monkey Dread” introduced the band’s full-length debut, Crazy On The Weekend, released in 1998. Working with producer John Reynolds (Sinéad O’Connor), the band continued their practice of recording outside a studio environment.


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  • balzadelia

    Sad news today that sunhouse's main light Gavin Clark has passed away on 16/2/2015. To eveyone that knew him or his music the world is a lesser place without him. Another Fallen Flower such as nick drake, mark linkous or trish keenan to name a few, forever immortalised in peoples hearts.

    17 Feb 7:06pm Reply
  • JanSek

    great record!

    6 Oct 2014 Reply
  • SamuraiSx

    ok everyone. tag for japanese band is: サンハウス ~

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • SamuraiSx

    yeah what's with japanese Sunhouse?? I can't listen here them!! X.X what's with

    27 Nov 2010 Reply
  • fire_blizzard

    yeah, there is the japanese one too

    6 May 2010 Reply
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    30 Apr 2010 Reply
  • boo99

    hard sun makes me cry

    15 Apr 2010 Reply
  • rifatattamimi

    oooh how bout sun house the japanese one....ohh shit! good job!

    11 Feb 2010 Reply
  • wastedish

    rare tv gig:

    1 May 2009 Reply
  • WingsOfSeraphim

    fantastic, been listening to the record all day and i'm delighted : )

    23 Apr 2009 Reply
  • manimouse

    And Ted Barnes solo stuff too, Gavin features on a few of his tracks, sublime

    26 Mar 2009 Reply
  • ios_gr

    Make all sure you listen to Clayhill too.

    19 Jan 2009 Reply
  • joky77

    a friend got me a copy of their album after saying its one of his favorite of all time.........after listening to it I had to agree, and absolutely stunning album. Must have been a real pleasure to have seen them live.

    31 Jul 2008 Reply
  • RedgeX

    It's soooo good to hear and see other peeps that appreciate the might of Sunhouse. I've loved this album ever since it came out. It truelly has lasted the test of time, becoming one of the best albums ever created. In fact, it makes it that much better that they split up almost straight after releasing it...makes it more enigmatic...even the extra tracks on the singles are bloody marvellous! They

    20 Apr 2008 Reply
  • radiogoogoo

    saw them in '98 supporting Bernard Butler at the Shep Bush empire. Amazing performance. So glad I saw em. Swing Low gives you goosebumps. Mojave 3 also supported that night! Lucky with the line-up!

    14 Apr 2008 Reply
  • wastedish

    i got it for 10 shekels (2 dollars) ten years ago' and until i got to know lasfm i didn't anyone else who had it

    24 Dec 2007 Reply
  • wastedish

    one of the best albums of the 90s

    24 Dec 2007 Reply
  • nature_adrift

    i love this album - definitely one of the best of the 90s and still regularly played after 10 years - a classic

    3 Nov 2007 Reply
  • jrtibbetts

    Anyone else see any similarities between Crazy on the Weekend and Damien Dempsey's Seize the Day albums? Both produced by John Reynolds, have Sinead on backing vocals, are mostly acoustic except for the penultimate song, and have uncredited final songs?

    9 Oct 2007 Reply
  • seriousmusic

    Genius. Buy it and be amazed. Never, ever gets tired. Did I mention how much I like this record?

    22 May 2007 Reply
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