Flowered Up were an English indie pop-alternative dance band, formed in Camden Town, London in 1989. Active during the Baggy movement, their 13-minute single "Weekender" reached the UK top 20. The band split up in 1994 amid drug problems. Following a failed reformation attempt in 2007 and a solo record deal that fell through, frontman Liam Maher died from a heroin overdose in 2009, followed by his brother Joe also of a heroin overdose in 2012.
By: Flowered Up (1991, Rock).
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Album · 1991 · 10 Songs. The Best of Flowered Up. 1997.
A Life with Brian, 1991. Flowered Up. Take It, 04:32.
Discography of Flowered Up. Album title.
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Lyrics By [Additional] – J. Strummer*
|4||Mr Happy Reveller||3:11|
|10||Doris... Is A Little Bit Partial||5:01|
- Record Company – Polydor K.K.
- Design, Artwork By [Illustration] – Dennis Little*
- Engineer [Second] – Paul Stevens
- Mixed By – Jeremy Allom, Nigel Gilroy
- Photography By – Dennis Morris, Nigel Law
- Producer – Nigel Gilroy
- Written-By, Arranged By – Flowered Up
NotesRecorded and mixed at Eel Pie Studios, London
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988005 084651
- Rights Society: JASRAC
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