The Crimea

Formed 2002. Disbanded 2013
The Crimea
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The Crimea

The Crimea Biography (Wikipedia)

The Crimea were a British indie band, based in Camden, London. The band were featured in John Peel's Festive Fifty, ranking higher than bands such as The White Stripes and all eleven of the initial album demos were played on his show. The Guardian has described The Crimea's songs as "mini-epics" that reduce frontman Davey MacManus to "spasms of jerking anguish". On 2 July 2013 they announced via their official Twitter account that they were calling time on their 11-years as a band and that their gig at the Jazz Café in London on 30 July 2013 would be their last.

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The Crimea Tracks

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The Only Living Boy And Girl
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Lottery Winners On Acid
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Lottery Winners On Acid
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White Russian Galaxy
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White Russian Galaxy
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Last Plane Out of Saigon
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Last Plane Out of Saigon
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The Only Living Boy And Girl
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Opposite Ends
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