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  1. Explore releases from Working For A Nuclear Free City at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Working For A Nuclear Free City at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Working for a Nuclear Free City (sometimes abbreviated to WFANFC) was an indie nu gaze band from Manchester, England. History. Original members Phil Kay (production and keyboard) and Gary McClure (guitar) formed as a studio entity in ; WFANFC began performing live in , after adding drummer Jon Kay and bassist Ed Hulme to the group Genres: Nu gaze, alternative rock.
  3. Now formatted as a double CD, the release retains all of the tracks from the UK version and a whole new album's worth of songs. Working For A Nuclear City began as a studio project involving Gary McClure and Phil Kay (keys/production). In , they took to the stage, recruiting Phil's brother Jon on drums and Ed Hulme on bass/5(15).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Working For A Nuclear Free City on Discogs/5(11).
  5. This eponymous debut album is the sound of techno music played on guitars and maybe it’s like nothing else you’ll hear this year. Descendents of Berlin-trilogy era Bowie and informed by David Axelrod, Working For A Nuclear Free City represent the best of .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Working for a Nuclear Free City - Working for a Nuclear Free City on AllMusic - - This Manchester-based quartet's excellent debut,.
  7. What Do People Do All Day? by Working For A Nuclear Free City, released 1. Bottlerocket 2. Ordinary People 3. Run 4. Euphone 5. Stop Everything 6. Cassetteboy's Theme 7. Going Nowhere 8. New Day 9. Good As Gold Lindow Turned Too Tight Blunderland What Do People Do All Day? Leaving “Like early Roses or Screamadelica-era Primal .
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