Album: Ole! Tarantula
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After the turn of the century, things got a little dodgy for Robyn Hitchcock. It wasn’t that he went away or anything, it’s just that I wasn’t digging his music as much.
Part of it was that he released a combination of live albums (Storefront Hitchcock, Robyn Sings!), compilations (A Star For Bram, Obliteration Pie), and even snuck in a Soft Boys reunion album — which I’ll definitely write about when I get there — all of which kinda overwhelmed the two actual studio albums he released in that period.