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That Petrol Emotion

That Petrol Emotion

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That Petrol Emotion: Thames Polytechnic, Woolwich

Live Review by Bruce Dessau, New Musical Express, 1 June 1985


The Petrol Emotion: Oil On Troubled Waters

Interview by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 10 May 1986

WHAT'S IN A NAME?(1) ...

Stump, That Petrol Emotion, Pop Will Eat Itself: Bay 63, London

Live Review by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 13 September 1986


That Petrol Emotion: Babble (Polydor)

Review by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 9 May 1987


That Petrol Emotion/Nyah Fearties: Digbeth Irish Centre, Birmingham

Live Review by James Brown, Sounds, 16 May 1987


That Petrol Emotion: Emotional Rescue

Interview by Jon Savage, Spin, September 1987

That Petrol Emotion ignite post-punk rock with incendiary politics. And they're putting out the fire with gasoline. Article by Jon Savage ...

That Petrol Emotion, Hugo Largo: Hummingbird, Birmingham

Live Review by Stuart Maconie, New Musical Express, 1 October 1988

IF CRITICAL plaudits were big bucks then, whilst erstwhile chum Feargal busked for small change at Leicester Square, That Petrol Emotion would be laughing all ...

Inflammable Material: That Petrol Emotion

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, 15 October 1988

SHAGGED OUT after a frenzied bout of road fever, That Petrol Emotion have collapsed into the back of their minibus. ...

That Petrol Emotion: Chemicrazy (Virgin)

Review by Jon Young, Musician, May 1990

MAYBE OLD-fashioned guitar bands will follow dinosaurs and vinyl into extinction one of these days. In the meantime, give thanks for That Petrol Emotion, who've ...

The Railway Children, That Petrol Emotion, The Popguns, Spitfire: Heineken Big Top, Stamner Park, Brighton

Live Review by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 7 September 1991

BRIGHTON, summertime. Sea breezes, sunshine in the park, the smell of new-mown dogshit... and Spitfire! (short for Jefferson Spitfire, don't you know). Yeah! Rock'n'roll! Cruisin' ...

That Petrol Emotion: Fireproof

Review by David Cavanagh, Select, May 1993

IN 1989 Peter Buck told Sounds That Petrol Emotion was the band he would want to be in if he wasn't already in REM. Now ...

see also Undertones, The


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