MR Floppy – Wuthering Heights

Mr Floppy performing their No.1 Smash Hit ‘Wuthering Heights’, later covered by Kate Bush.

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7 Responses to MR Floppy – Wuthering Heights

  1. Lumpen says:

    This shit will not stand.

  2. @ndy says:

    Ah… BUT will this shit be subjected to Interpretive Dance by Lumpen and hosted by YouTube?

    NB. Interpretive Dance “often includes grand, eloquent movements, like wide swooshes of the arms, spins, drops to the floor, rolling around, or pretending to reach for or catch something like a butterfly. Often enhanced by lavish costumes, ribbons, or spandex body suits.”

  3. GReBO says:

    i saw mr floppy play many times, they were a band ahead of its time
    (i have all of their cds)

  4. @ndy says:

    did you ever make angie hart cry GReBO?

  5. patrick says:

    mr floppy could have been australia’s MEAT MEN. what happened to them? excuse my ignorance.

  6. kts says:

    that’s what i’m trying to find out too.

  7. supersook says:

    I remember they got tons of radio attention here and in the UK with a single – “100,000 Morisseys”. They did an album called ‘Firm and Fruity’ didn’t they? I guess they went back to their day jobs after that. They should have held on and tried to surf the alterna-wave in the early 90s. After all, no-one could have predicted that TISM would have a number one album, and they would have shared fans with that band. Even though Floppy weren’t as good.

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