The Cribs – Mens Needs, Womens Needs, Whatever

I always admired The Cribs as they are one of them bands that truly embraced their shambolic side. I loved Hey Scenesters and Mirror Kissers and would always welcome them when they came on in the Indie club night. This was during a time when Indie ruled and every man and his dog was trying to start their own provincial band, with a local accent. The Cribs stood out though and by the time they released their 3rd album they have already had a cult following. I was one of them.

This video is part of my Top 50 Albums on a ukulele project, if you enjoyed it why not check out some other albums that I arranged for ukulele. Like The Libertines – Up The Brackett or The Strokes – Is This It. Or Some of The Cribs early inspirations like The Clash – London Calling.

TABS

Our Bovine Public

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Girls Like Mystery

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Men’s Needs

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Moving Pictures

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I’m A Realist

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Major’s Titling Victory

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Women’s Needs

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I’ve Tried Everything

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My Life Flashed Before My Eyes

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Be Safe

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Ancient History

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Shoot The Poets

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learn someting else

Smashing Pumpkins (Cherub Rock, Today, Geek U.S.A)
The Clash ( London Calling, Train In Vain, Guns Of Brixton)
The 1975 ( Love Me , UGH!, Somebody Else)
The Strokes ( Last Nite, The Modern Age, Hard To Explain)
Vampire Weekend ( A punk, Oxford Comma, Walcott)

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