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Longpigs

Formed 1993. Disbanded 2000.

Biography

Longpigs were a British alternative rock band who rose to fame on the fringe of Britpop in the 1990s; comprising Crispin Hunt (vocals), Richard Hawley (guitar), Simon Stafford (bass guitar) and former Cabaret Voltaire member Dee Boyle (drums) who was replaced by Andy Cook (drums) on their second album. Hailing from Sheffield, the group had success with singles such as "She Said", "On and On", and their well-received debut album The Sun Is Often Out (1996).

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  1. Review of The Sun Is Often Out

    The Sun Is Often Out 1996

    Reviewed by Sean Adams
    From Sheffield they came, the jewel in the eye of the Britpop storm.
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