groove

Inspiral Carpets

About

Inspiral Carpets were an English rock band, part of the late-1980s/early-1990s Madchester movement. Formed in Oldham in 1983, the band's most successful lineup featured frontman Tom Hingley, drummer Craig Gill, guitarist Graham Lambert, bassist Martyn Walsh and keyboardist Clint Boon.

Formed by Lambert and singer Stephen Holt, who departed the band before they signed with Mute Records, Inspiral Carpets was known for using organs and distorted guitars with influences from psychedelic rock. In 2011, Hingley departed the band, though members disagree about the circumstances. The band continued on, reuniting with Holt. The group have been inactive since Gill's suicide in 2016.

Discs

Let You Down

January 26, 2015

Play on spotify

Inspiral Carpets

October 20, 2014

Play on spotify

Spitfire

August 25, 2014

Play on spotify

Dung 4

April 28, 2014

Play on spotify

Fix Your Smile

May 19, 2013

Play on spotify

You're So Good For Me

November 21, 2011

Play on spotify

Come Back Tomorrow

June 14, 2003

Play on spotify

Uniform

April 25, 1994

Play on spotify

Devil Hopping

March 22, 1994

Play on spotify

I Want You

February 7, 1994

Play on spotify

Saturn 5

January 10, 1994

Play on spotify

How It Should Be

May 24, 1993

Play on spotify

Bitches Brew

November 2, 1992

Play on spotify

Revenge of the Goldfish

October 13, 1992

Play on spotify

Generations

September 7, 1992

Play on spotify

Two Worlds Collide

May 18, 1992

Play on spotify

Dragging Me Down

February 17, 1992

Play on spotify

Please Be Cruel

July 1, 1991

Play on spotify

The Beast Inside

April 7, 1991

Play on spotify

Caravan

January 1, 1991

Play on spotify

Island Head EP

December 21, 1990

Play on spotify

She Comes in the Fall

July 1, 1990

Play on spotify

This Is How It Feels

March 1, 1990

Play on spotify