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The Icicle Works is an alternative rock band which formed in Liverpool, England in 1980. The band's original lineup consisted of Ian McNabb (vocals, guitar), Chris Layhe (bass, percussion) and Chris Sharrock (drums). Layhe and Sharrock left the band in 1988, but McNabb continued the band with replacement members until 1990. McNabb reformed the band with different replacement members in 2006, but this incarnation lasted only until 2008. In 2011, McNabb reformed the band once more for a tour celebrating… read more

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  • Avatar for acevem
    Saints Row 3 brought me here.
  • Avatar for dAniel_brit
    Birds Fly (Whisper to a Scream) <3
  • Avatar for Lesscities
    This group could've been one of my favourites, when it was more known in Germany... Nice arranged sounds...Fantastic music and voice.
  • Avatar for slowpulse-girl
    LOVE LOVE LOVE
  • Avatar for MazzyJ70
    Most of my Icicle Works stuff is on second hand vinyl from student days, therefore doesn't scrobble... Sounds as fresh as ever
  • Avatar for RumbleFishing
    The s/t album absolutely the best wave record of the 80's ... great singing, great guitar, great DRUMS !! Totally energetic one way, totally calm the other. I was a damn good air-drummer at that time. Nostalgic ... I remember writing down the lyrics while listening to the LP over and over again, and translating it into my own language, the first few years we had English at school. Still remember the whole lyrics stuff.
  • Avatar for ExScapegoat
    Great songs
  • Avatar for epi_gee
    only 12 shouts? Who knows the song "waiting in the wings"? I believe its on a 12" only.. anybody know if its on CD? -E
  • Avatar for Lesscities
    nice song,nice group..In Germany shamelessly underrated!!
  • Avatar for sytim
    Small Price of a Bicycle is one of the great albums of all time...saw them Live in London playing songs from it. Totally blew me away!

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