MEANSWEAR: We love you CD2. 4 songs 15 minutes. 3 live @ The Shepherds Bush Empire, London 1995. Check video

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Menswear  We Love You
Label: Laurel LACDP11, Laurel  850 693.2
Format: CD, Single, CD2
Country: UK
Released: 26 Aug 1996
Genre: Rock/ Brit Pop, Pop Rock
Tracklist :
1 We Love You
Engineer, Engineer [Mix] Leigh Jemison
Producer Gus Dudgeon
Remix Alan Winstanley
2 The One
Mixed By Leigh Jemison
3 Sleeping In
Mixed By Leigh Jemison
4 Little Miss Pinpoint Eyes
Mixed By Leigh Jemison

Phonographic Copyright (p) Laurel
Copyright (c) Laurel
Published By Island Music
Glass Mastered At PDO, UK

Design, Art Direction Stylorouge
Photography By Simon Fowler (2)
Written-By Gentry*, Dean*, Everitt*, Fletcher* (tracks: 1), White*, Black*

Tracks 2, 3, 4 recorded live @ The Shepherds Bush Empire, London on Friday, 27th October 1995.
Comes in slimline import CD single case.
Barcode (Text): 0 42285 06932 7
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L132
Mould SID Code: IFPI 0485
Matrix / Runout: LACDP11 10429651 01 &
Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
Label Code: LC 7654
Other (Distribution Code): PY 940

Menswear (sometimes written “Menswe@r”) were a Britpop band formed in October 1994 from Camden in London. They released a number of singles and an album, Nuisance on London Records. They recorded a second album which was released in Japan only and broke up in 1998.
The beginnings of the band were a feature in a Select article about a supposed London mod revival led by Graham Coxon. Two individuals closely associated with the burgeoning Britpop scene, Chris Gentry and Johnny Dean, made references to a “top new unsigned band” (Menswear), an act which did not yet exist. They later appeared on the cover of Melody Maker before they had released any material.[citation needed] Their dress sense was Mod (tight fitting suits etc.) whilst their music was influenced by both Blurs second album Modern Life Is Rubbish and Elastica. Gentry and Dean had a single song – called “Daydreamer” – but soon recruited friend Simon White, who contributed “I’ll Manage Somehow” to add to the setlist necessary for their upcoming debut gig at a Britpop-oriented club on Regent Street called Smashing. The music press reviewed their performance enthusiastically, with the NME comparing them to a “Tarantino film… totally derivative but totally brilliant”, increasing the record labels’ interest.
After a frantic race between record companies, they had signed to London Records for £90,000 and a lucrative 18.5% gross revenues after just their fifth gig. Shortly afterwards, they signed a £500,000 publishing deal despite having just seven songs in their repertoire – working out at around £70,000 per song.

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