Combining classic '60s pop with the D.I.Y. ethos of punk, Up For A Bit With The Pastels is the bands mysterious and exciting debut album. Originally released by Glass Records in 1987 this is an hugely influential album and a must for fans of bands like Belle & Sebastian and The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart. Despite being hailed by the likes of Kurt Cobain and Sonic Youth, The Pastels seem to have been condemned to be a band's band forever: as one of their later album tracks says, an "unfair kind of fame."
Up For A Bit
I'm Alright With You
Get 'Round Town
If I Could Tell You
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