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  1. The Quireboys song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and The Quireboys albums. The Quireboys Lyrics. The Quireboys Song Lyrics. Genre: Rock. A Bit Of What You Fancy/Bitter Sweet And Twisted. Homewreckers & Heartbreakers. % Live. A Bit of What You Fancy.
  2. Oct 13,  · A Bit of What You Fancy / Bitter Sweet & Twisted, a Compilation of songs by The Quireboys. Released in February on EMI (catalog no. CTMCD / 8 2 5; CD)/5(1).
  3. Spearheaded by a massive U.K. buzz, England's press darlings of , London Quireboys, unleashed Little Bit of What You Fancy on an unsuspecting U.S. audience in Drenched in good time, barroom, whiskey-soaked swagger, the album is a .
  4. A Bit of What You Fancy () 7 O'Clock, Man on the Loose, Whippin' Boy, Sex Party, Sweet Mary Ann, I Don't Love You Anymore, Hey You, Misled, Long Time Comin', Roses& Rings, There She Goes Again, Take Me Home.
  5. Jan 08,  · With a production job that doesn't seem to have aged badly - at least to these ears - and a mission statement that is plain and honest this album would be worth a look for anybody who loved The Black Crowes and others of their ilk and even, to tell the truth, fans of Status Quo or any other boogie rock groups from the last. oh three or four 4/5(17).
  6. A Bit of What You Fancy is rock band The Quireboys's debut studio album, released in The album was released on EMI and went into the UK Albums Chart at .
  7. Oct 19,  · THE QUIREBOYS – A Bit Of What You Fancy Posted on October 19, by Real Gone Although the exact date has been forgotten, back in , I heard a half-hour broadcast of a Quireboys live show on BBC Radio 1. It was recorded in November ’89, during the band’s stint supporting Aerosmith.
  8. Aug 17,  · If you like your rock 'n' roll with more than a hint of raw barroom swagger, then line up the strong shots of whiskey, light-up a cheap cigarette, and kick out the Quireboys' A Bit of What You Fancy. And don't forget to dim the fucking lights. Leaning heavily on the likes of legendary English rogues, such as the Faces, /5(20).

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