Into the Groovy #34 - "Grey Cell Green"

@teamfreak16 (42474)
Denver, Colorado
April 20, 2016 3:56pm CST
Ned's Atomic Dustbin are a sinfully underrated band that was associated with Britain's grebo movement, which also included Pop Will Eat Itself and Gaye Byker's on Acid. The band utilizes a guitar-heavy sound highlighted by a two-bass attack, all of which results in much listening fun. "Grey Cell Green" is from the Ned's 1991 debut, God Fodder. God Fodder is one of those "not a bad tune on the album" records, a UK Top 5 release (#4) and a minor hit in the States #91 on Billboard's 200 chart. Regular exposure on MTV's 120 Minutes helped push "Grey Cell Green" to #24 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. "Grey Cell Green" is a high-energy blast, as the link below will prove. Check it out and enjoy!
I LOVE this song. Song is 'Grey Cell Green' by Ned's Atomic Dustbin, from their album 'God Fodder' which was released in 1991. Buy it on iTunes if you want.
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@Ronrybs (8104)
• London, England
25 Apr 16
Interesting, I am sure we used the word 'grebo', when I was at school and that takes us back to the 60s and early 70s
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@teamfreak16 (42474)
• Denver, Colorado
25 Apr 16
I've only heard it pertaining to music in the 90's. That is interesting.
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@Ronrybs (8104)
• London, England
25 Apr 16
@teamfreak16 Brit slang a whole different language!
@JohnRoberts (67098)
• Los Angeles, California
20 Apr 16
You dug Ned's Atomic Dustbin literally out of the dustbin! Another good one.
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@teamfreak16 (42474)
• Denver, Colorado
20 Apr 16
I love this album. I always thought they were a fun listen.
@chance216 (277)
• United States
20 Apr 16
I love trying new music, I will give this band a listen. They are an English band?
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@teamfreak16 (42474)
• Denver, Colorado
20 Apr 16
Yes, they are British.