Lazycame

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Lazycame is the stage name and performing name of British singer-songwriter William Reid. Reid begain performing as Lazycame after the breakup of the Jesus and Mary Chain, in which he played guitar and occasionally sang, in 1999.[1][2]

Critical reaction to Lazycame was mixed, but largely positive, with the NME describing the 1999 debut album as "a sometimes harrowing exercise in catharsis",[3] and the 2000 EP Yawn as "easily the best thing William Reid has touched in years".[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Finbegin (1999)
1. God
2. Complicated
3. 510 Lovers
4. Rokit
5. Gogetfind (Iseeinyoumei)
6. Fornicate      
7. Unfinished Business  
8. Bluejune       
9. Naturallow     
10. Mcintoshlost
  • Saturday the Fourteenth (2000)
1. Drizzle           
2. Last Days of Creation                  
3. Lo Fi Li               
4. Fucko You Genius               
5. You Don't Belong               
6. Kill Kool Kid                  
7. Kissround              
8. Muswil Clouds                  
9. Tired of Fucking               
10. Mayhem                
11. Everyone Knows                
12. Dement                
13. Unamerican

EPs[edit]

  • Yawn (2000)
  • Drizzle
  • K To Be Lost
  • Who Killed Manchester?
  • Male Wife
  • Commercial

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Popular Music (2nd Ed), Colin Larkin, Omnibus Press, 2011, p.406
  2. ^ The Great Scots Music Discography, Martin Strong, Mercat Press, 2002, p.292
  3. ^ "NME Reviews - London WC2 12-Bar Club". Nme.Com. 2005-09-12. Retrieved 2014-08-21. 
  4. ^ "NME Reviews - yawn". Nme.Com. 2005-09-12. Retrieved 2014-08-21.