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Artist Info

Fuck Dress

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Conceived as a sort of situationist prank by a group of Norfolk-based misfits, Fuck Dress have accidentally become a little bit popular.

The debut Suburban Nietzsche Freak single (and its crazed companion promo video) was acclaimed as the hit of the summer in Spain and Italy. The song's sledgehammer refrain of God is dead so I listen to Radiohead was to be heard wafting out of radios across the continent. This unexpected success was swiftly followed by a Spanish tour in November 2008.

The next single — Everythings Ultra Now from the Ultra Now! EP — takes German philosopher Goethe as its inspiration. In 1824 he complained about the speed of the 'modern' world coining the phrase Everything's Now Ultra.

In October 2009 Fuck Dress changed their name to Scumbag Philosopher.
They re-recorded the songs (except for Everythings Ultra Now and The Streets Of My Town) and re-released them on the album It Means Nothing So It Means Nothing. The title of the song Suburban Nietzsche Freak was changed to God Is Dead So I Listen To Radiohead.
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