Liam Frost & The Slowdown Family "Show Me How The Spectres Dance" - £2.95 on Zavvi.com! - HotUKDeals
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This probably won't get much heat as Liam's relatively unknown outside of Manchester, but anyone who does know him will appreciate what an astounding deal this is!

Debut album from Mancunian singer/songwriter Liam Frost featuring his (former) backing band 'The Slowdown Family'- "Show Me How The Spectres Dance features the 'Planet Sound' 2006 single of the year- "The Mourners of St. Pauls". He recently played at 'XFM's Winter Wonderland' charity gig in Manchester with The Cribs, Frank Turner, Liam Fray (Courteeners front man) and Echo and the Bunnymen. He's supported Elbow, Stephen Fretwell, Starsailor and Snow Patrol amongst others over the years and fans of any of these bands should seriously take a listen. Check out some of his stuff here-

http://www.myspace.com/listentoliamfrost
(the last 5 songs on the player are from the album in question).

I urge everyone to take a punt on this album for a meagre £2.95. The man has more talent in his little finger than... well... a really really talented person and I'm certain you won't be dissapointed. Still don't believe me? Check out the reviews on Amazon-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B000H8RV0M/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_summary?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

And finally, if you like this, then check out his new album "We Ain't Got Money, Honey, But We Got Rain" :-)

*edited due to the expiration of the £1 off voucher*

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#1
Utterly amazing album!!!
#2
I went to uni with his cousin (who was a nobhead). He was half decent though, and the music was areet.
#3
Thanks for that - never heard of them but just had a listen online and it sounds like £2 very well spent!

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