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Andy Partridge

Andy Partridge
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England
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Andrew John Partridge (born 11 November 1953) is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, and record producer from Swindon. He is best known for co-founding the rock band XTC, in which he was the primary songwriter and vocalist. He has also worked as a collaborator and producer for other artists.
Website
http://www.ape.uk.net
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (25)
Pugwash — The Olympus Sound Pugwash — The Olympus Sound
(Lojinx LJX038, 2012, CD)
Mike Keneally — Wing Beat Fantastic Mike Keneally — Wing Beat Fantastic
(Exowax EX-2413 , 2012, CD)
Pugwash — Eleven Modern Antiquities Pugwash — Eleven Modern Antiquities
(1969 Records nice-0014, 2008, CD)
XTC — Homegrown XTC — Homegrown
(TVT 3330-2, 2001, CD)
XTC — Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) XTC — Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2)
(TVT 3260-2, 2000, CD)
XTC — Homespun XTC — Homespun
(TVT 3320-2, 1999, CD)
XTC — Apple Venus Volume 1 XTC — Apple Venus Volume 1
(TVT 3250-2, 1998, CD)
XTC — Nonsuch XTC — Nonsuch
(Caroline CAR 50678, 1992/2002, CD)
Peter Blegvad — King Strut and Other Stories Peter Blegvad — King Strut and Other Stories
(WHAT9CD, 1990/2002, CD)
XTC — Oranges and Lemons XTC — Oranges and Lemons
(Caroline CAR 50683, 1989/2002, CD)
The Dukes of Stratosphear — Chips from the Chocolate Fireball The Dukes of Stratosphear — Chips from the Chocolate Fireball
(Caroline CAR 50732, 1987/2002, CD)
XTC — Psonic Psunspot XTC — Psonic Psunspot
(Virgin V2440, 1987, LP)
XTC — Skylarking XTC — Skylarking
(Caroline CAR 50690-2, 1986/2002, CD)
The Dukes of Stratosphear — 25 O'Clock The Dukes of Stratosphear — 25 O'Clock
(Virgin WOW 1, 1985, EP)
XTC — The Big Express XTC — The Big Express
(Caroline CAR 50692, 1984/2002, CD)
XTC — Mummer XTC — Mummer
(Caroline CAR 50672, 1983/2002, CD)
Peter Blegvad — The Naked Shakespeare Peter Blegvad — The Naked Shakespeare
(Virgin CDV 2284, 1983/1998, CD)
XTC — English Settlement XTC — English Settlement
(Caroline CAR 50660, 1982/2002, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — B-2 Unit Ryuichi Sakamoto — B-2 Unit
(Alfa ALR-28003, 1980, LP)
XTC — BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert XTC — BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert
(Griffin GCD-326-2, 1980/1992, CD)
XTC — Black Sea XTC — Black Sea
(Caroline CAR 50636, 1980/2002, CD)
XTC — Drums and Wires XTC — Drums and Wires
(Caroline CAR 50653, 1979/2002, CD)
XTC — Go 2 XTC — Go 2
(Caroline CAR 50666-2, 1978/2001, CD)
XTC — Go+ XTC — Go+
(Virgin VS 23312, 1978, EP)
XTC — White Music XTC — White Music
(Caroline CAR 50691-2, 1978/2002, CD)

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