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Claytown Troupe

Claytown Troupe

Claytown Troupe


CLAYTOWN TROUPE - In the late 80’s they were the only real alternative to The Cult, more anthemic and authentic than Astbury & Co’s rawk; Claytown Troupe were an Alt-Rock act touted as the next big band after The Cult’s fake rock and the authentic crusty rock of Pop Will Eat Itself & Crazyhead. Moving a few hundred thousand units internationally over their short period in the limelight, they broke into the UK charts before sadly disappearing in 1992 after touring with Pearl Jam. Read more on Last.fm
CLAYTOWN TROUPE - In the late 80’s they were the only real alternative to The Cult, more anthemic and authentic than Astbury & Co’s rawk; Claytown Troupe were an Alt-Rock act touted as the next big band after The Cult’s fake rock and the authentic crusty rock of Pop Will Eat Itself & Crazyhead. Moving a few hundred thousand units internationally over their short period in the limelight, they broke into the UK charts before sadly disappearing in 1992 after touring with Pearl Jam. In truth there was more to them than that and they suffered much in coming from England at a time of ’Crusty’; a time when high expectations in Rock, and Rock itself, were generally frowned upon. Recently (2004), the band returned to the UK music scene after 12 years away, Christian Riou and Rick Williams reforming to headline the Whitby Goth festival in 2004 to good overall reviews mixing old songs from their two previous albums with newer material. And this year (2008) the band are planning more live outings & new material after a successful support at the Shepherds Bush Empire with The Mission. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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