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Garageland was an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun record label. Influenced by Pixies, Pavement, The Clean and The Velvet Underground, they were critically acclaimed in the UK and US for their well-crafted and catchy pop songs. Garageland took their name from a song by The Clash.
Andrew Gladstone (drums/vocals)
Jeremy R. Eade (vocals/guitar)
Andrew (Clanger) Claridge (guitar)
Dave Goodison (guitars/mandolin/vocals)
Mark Silvey (bass/vocals)
Debbie Silvey (guitar) on early recordings including "Last Exit to Garageland"
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Fingerpops - (2:48) - 661 plays
- Beelines to Heaven - (2:58) - 268 plays
- Come Back - (3:05) - 211 plays
- Pop Cigar - (4:12) - 186 plays
- Nude Star - (4:09) - 293 plays
- Classically Diseased - (2:55) - 226 plays
- Fire Away - (2:23) - 104 plays
- Struck - (3:23) - 79 plays
- Not Empty - (3:40) - 87 plays
- I'm Looking for What I Can't Get - (2:28) - 60 plays
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