Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Detective work completed!

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I was trying to track down something that a) Peel had played in 1995 and b) Peel had read out my request on air to see if anyone could identify it.

It had the chorus 'Wembley, Wembley, he's the famous Michael Nyman and he's going to Wembley.'

It transpires it was Cathal Coughlan of Microdisney and Fatima Mansions and comic Sean Hughes. Thanks to eyevocal and everyone else who helped me locate this.

The track was this:

Bubonique -'The Pianna.' mp3 from the long-deleted Trance Arse Volume 3.

There is a piece about their other album here and Cathal Coughlan's official site is here


So It Goes said...

Glad to have been of service, Eduardo.
P.S. Are you currently on that 'long holiday in the summer' that British teachers (and Scottish ones too, before anyone else jumps down my throat) enjoy? If so, lucky sod ;-))

Ed said...

I am enjoying a long holiday, i'm afraid, but it's nearly over...