For the album, see Inspiral Carpets (album). Inspiral Carpets are an English rock band formed in Oldham in 1983. The band's most successful lineup featured frontman Tom Hingley, drummer Craig Gill, guitarist Graham Lambert, bassist Martyn Walsh and keyboardist Clint Boon. Formed by guitarist Graham Lambert and singer Stephen Holt, who departed the band before they signed with Mute Records, the band's sound was characterised by the use of organ playing and distorted guitars. The next album, Devil Hopping (1994) reached number 10 in the album chart, with "Saturn 5" and "I Want You" giving them top 20 hits, from that album (the latter's single version featured Mark E. Smith). The next single "Uniform" stalled at No. 51 and in 1995, after the release of a Singles collection, the band were dropped by Mute, and.
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Devil Hopping is the fourth studio album from British indie band Inspiral Carpets, released in 1994 via Mute Records The title of the album came from producer Pascal Gabriel's pronunciation of the word "developing.