The Cribs, an English combo fronted by Gary and Ryan Jarman, were the umpth
band to jump on the umpth British neo-pop movement, the one pioneered by
Maximo Park and
The punkish verve displayed on the early
singles Another Number, What About Me, You Were Always the One rapidly vanished on
The Cribs (2004),
The New Fellas (2005) and
Men's Needs Women's Needs Whatever (2007), that progressively moved
towards simpler melodic songs.
Ignore The Ignorant (2009), the first album with guitarist Johnny Marr of the Smiths, clarified where they stood,
ideologically speaking. It also became a bestseller.
In the Belly of the Brazen Bull (2012), thankfully without Marr,
was a more lively effort (Glitters Like Gold, Come on Be a No-One).
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