Spastique

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Spastique
Spastique.jpg
Studio album by Magic Lunchbox
Released 2005
Recorded 2004/2005
Genre Alternative rock
Label Nonzero Records
Producer Tom Kazas, Scott Saunders
Magic Lunchbox chronology
'What Time Is the Orgy?'
(2001)
Spastique
(2005)

Spastique is the fourth major release and third full-length album by Magic Lunchbox. The title is supposedly a reference to an infamous nightclub in west Paris.[1]

The closing track "Fashanu" is possibly the only known song dedicated to English Premier League footballer John Fashanu, and the match-fixing scandal involving him, Bruce Grobbelaar and Hans Segers.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Magic Lunchbox.

  1. "Dreaming is Over"
  2. "New Shoes"
  3. "Taking a Chance"
  4. "Doin' Alright"
  5. "Gay Tennis Coach"
  6. "Fix My Mo'"
  7. "Song For Greg"
  8. "I Can See"
  9. "Fashanu"

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