The White Noise Revisited

Album: Giant Steps (1993)
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Songfacts®:

  • This track from The Boo Radleys Giant Steps album finds frontman Martin Carr recalling his adolescent ennui and frustration. He told NME: "You've got no money and a crap job. I'd just sit in my room playing records."
  • Boo Radleys were named after the reclusive character in novel To Kill a Mockingbird who is feared by the neighborhood children as some kind of freak.

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