Puressence is the first album by the English alternative rock band Puressence, released in 1996. Puressence was compared to Radiohead's "The Bends" and early U2 on its release. All songs written by Mudriczki, Szuminski, Matthews and McDonald. Near Distance" – 4:39. Understanding" – 4:27. Traffic Jam in Memory Lane" – 3:16. Casting Lazy Shadows" – 3:36. You're Only Trying to Twist My Arm" – 4:27
Album Name Puressence. Labels Island Records. Members owning this album0.
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In May 1995, the band released the "I Suppose" single on Island without chart success. A few months later they returned with the "Fire" single, which again failed to sell. The tracks though did herald Puressence's self-titled debut album. The album also produced three more singles, "India", "Traffic Jam in Memory Lane" and "Casting Lazy Shadows. The album only contained ten tracks, of which they had released five as singles. Released: April 1996.
Puressence - Album Sampler (CD, Promo, Smplr).
Puressence were a British rock band from Failsworth, Greater Manchester, England, formed in May 1992 and disbanded in 2013. The band played a series of gigs at Manchester's In The City festival. James Mudriczki, Neil McDonald, Anthony Szuminski and Kevin Matthews met on a bus on their way to watch the Stone Roses play at Spike Island.