Hothouse Flowers are an Irish rock group that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel, and rock. Formed in 1985 in Dublin, they started as street performers. Their first album, People (1988), was the most successful debut album in Irish history, reaching No. 1 in Ireland and No. 2 in the UK. After two more albums and extensive touring, the group separated in 1994
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Album by Hothouse Flowers. You Can Love Me Now. Turn Up The Reverb. Used To Call It Love.
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Hallelujah Jordan - Hothouse Flowers 3:06. If You Go - Hothouse Flowers 5:03. The Older We Get - Hothouse Flowers 4:45. Yes I Was - Hothouse Flowers 3:14. Love Don't Work This Way - Hothouse Flowers 3:43. Ballad Of Katie - Hothouse Flowers 6:09. Feet On The Ground - Hothouse Flowers 3:26. Lonely Lane - Hothouse Flowers 4:19. Saved - Hothouse Flowers 3:38. LP London, ffrr 828 102-1 (Warner), EAN 0042282810113. I'm Sorry - Hothouse Flowers 3:36. Born Hothouse Flowers. The Best Of Hothouse Flowers. Into Your Heart Hothouse Flowers.
Hothouse Flowers continued their exploration of Irish folk and gospel on their second album, Home. Their debut album, People, had introduced Hothouse Flowers to the world, largely through the strength of the single "Don't G. While Home is every bit as good as People, it lacks an obvious standout track. Nonetheless, several singles were released from this disc, namely "I Can See Clearly Now," "Give It Up," and "Movies