Ned’s Atomic Dustbin’s “Capital Letters” Should Have Been More Popular

Ned’s Atomic Dustbin suffered from having a terrible name. No one took them seriously, even though God Fodder (which had “Happy” “Kill Your Television” and “Grey Cell Green”) was one of the best records of the 120 Minutes era. And “Capital Letters” was always a song that seemed like it could have been a bigger […]

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Ned’s Atomic Dustbin suffered from having a terrible name. No one took them seriously, even though God Fodder (which had “Happy” “Kill Your Television” and “Grey Cell Green”) was one of the best records of the 120 Minutes era. And “Capital Letters” was always a song that seemed like it could have been a bigger hit.