Ghostclubbing is the first album by New Zealand band Ghost Club released in 2001. It was recorded over two days in a South London railway arch in 2001. The main recordings were made on ADAT while Tiny Cuts was recorded on a 1970s Walkman. Ghostclubbing was released in 2001 on Flying Nun Records in Australasia and in Europe on Hausmusik in 2002. The album was nominated for the 2002 bNet music awards.
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Ghostclubbing is the first album by New Zealand band Ghost Club released in 2001.
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Ghost Club bassist/ drummer Jim Abbott recalls their portentous arrival. Dave accidentally left a bag containing his wah wah and various other effect pedals at Victoria Station. The new trio’s first album, Ghostclubbing, was recorded in two days at their practice room in a Bermondsey railway arch. The band were being booted out of the space by their relocating landlord, and this urgency lends the album a loose energy, fast and bulbous.
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|A1||Punch (Your Brother)|
|A6||Break The Law|
|A7||Howl Of The Duck|
|B1||Late Lamentable Fire|
|B3||Ghost Club Theme Song|
|FNCD416||Ghost Club||Ghostclubbing (CD, Album)||Flying Nun Records||FNCD416||New Zealand||2001|
|HM 058||Ghost Club||Ghostclubbing (CD, Album)||Hausmusik||HM 058||Germany||2002|