One of the singles contained in the boxset. Some copies of the individual singles, used as promos, were in individual p/s - various colours and photos exist.
The Pooh Sticks were an indie pop band from Swansea, Wales recording between 1988 and 1995. They were notable for their jangly melodiousness and lyrics gently mocking the indie scene of the time such as on On Tape, Indiepop Ain't Noise Pollution and I Know Someone Who Knows Someone Who Knows Alan McGee Quite Well. The band changed direction on their 1991 U. S breakthrough The Great White Wonder, eschewing the 'twee' British indie pop sound for a more American-styled power pop sound, akin to bands. Band Name The Pooh Sticks. Album Name Heartbreak. Type Single. Released date 1988. Labels Fierce Recordings. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. Buy this album. buy buy buy buy buy buy buy. The Pooh Sticks. Learn more. Other productions from The Pooh Sticks. Optimistic Fool. Million Seller. From the live album 'Trade Mark of Quality' Fierce Recordings, 1991. Heartbreak by The Pooh Sticks Year: 1991 From the album Multiple Orgasm track 9. Average Rating: 77100 from 1 vote. Heartbreak appears on the following albums by The Pooh Sticks: Multiple Orgasm track 9 this album 1991. Orgasm track 9 1989. Upcoming concerts. Your feedback for Heartbreak. Watch the video for Heartbreak from The Pooh Sticks's Multiple Orgasm for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Pooh Sticks were an indie pop band, from Swansea, Wales recording between 1988 and 1995. They were notable for their jangly melodiousness and lyrics gently mocking the indie scene of th read more. They were notable for their jangly melodiousness and lyrics gently mocking the indie scene of the time such as on On tape, I read more. Heartbreak Studio. Variations . Attributes . Live Recording. Trade Mark of Quality. Pooh Sticks - Pete Hall. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. View concert statistics of Heartbreak by The Pooh Sticks played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often. Show all 20 The Pooh Sticks songs. Baby Wanna Go Round With Me 1. Cool in a Crisis 1. Dare True Kiss Promise 1. Desperado 1. Do it Again A Little Bit Slower 1. Hard on Love 1. The Pooh Sticks - The Venue, Cardiff - 11th March 1989 Young People Foxy Boy Heroes and Villains Dare True Kiss Promise Dying For It Sex Head Heartbreak. In actuality, Gregory was the real mastermind behind the Pooh Sticks, writing, arranging and producing their records, designing their cover artwork and even choreographing their live performances. So: Hue is real enough, but Trudi, Alison, Stephanie and Paul were entirely fictitious. These five constituted the 'core' line-up' Paul Phillips - later of The Beatpack - played on a couple of releases, and briefly peformed live, but he should not be confused with the basic fictitious Paul