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Alcopop Records Plot New Compilation, Featuring Fear Of Men, Summer Camp, And Bos Angeles

Alcopop Records have announced details of their next compilation released - an Ordnance Survey-style illustrated map and CD featuring the likes of Summer Camp, Fear Of Men, and Bos Angeles.

The Oxford-based independent label will release 20-track ‘Hit Hikers Guide to the UK’ - also featuring Tangled Hair, Wot Gorilla?, and Joanna Gruesome - on 17th December.

They’ve previously released compilations pick your own dinner menus with CDs in burger buns, 3” CD, cassette tape with walkman and treasure maps, with Jack Alcopop saying:

“It’s all about putting some bands we genuinely love together in the funnest format we can think of at the time.”

Hear ‘Madison’ from Joanna Gruesome, set to appear on the compilation, and find the full tracklisting below. You can also find out more info here.



01. Rams Pocket radio - Deiter Rams has the pocket Radios (Lisburn)
02. Ace City Racers – Waiting (Glasgow)
03. Wot Gorilla? – ‘Hold Me Back’ (Sowerby Bridge)
04. Elliott Morris – Home (Lincoln)
05. Nicholas Stevenson – Overthrown (Cambridge)
06. Summer Camp – ‘Probably Right’ (North London – Archway)
07. Jack R. Hardman - Lights of London (Ascot)
08. Wild Mercury Sound - Miss Frost (London)
09. The JCQ - Eyes for Ears (London)
10. Adults, The Elderly and Children – ‘Vogel’ (South London)
11. Delta/Alaska – D.L.O.I. (Kingston)
12. Tangled Hair – ‘Campfires’ (Addlestone)
13. Our Lost Infantry – ‘Pedestals’ (Aldershot)
14. Luke Barham - Found the Words (Dorking)
15. Dexy and the Hand Me Downs - Barlights (Lewisham)
16. Fear of Men - Doldrums (Brighton)
17. Bos Angeles – Pretend for You (Bournemouth)
18. The Cellar Family - Secret Admirer (Oxford)
19. Joanna Gruesome - Madison (Cardiff)
20. Squarehead - Mother Nurture (Dublin)

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