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Archived from the original on March 21, Alternative Press. Cleveland, Ohio. Psyched to Be Here. Perfect Sound Forever. Retrieved October 20, Virgin Books. Categories : British psychobilly musical groups Musical groups established inOriginally released in and finally issued on CD in as part of Anagram Records' ongoing trawl through the dustier corners of the '80s U.K. indie scene, Sewertime Blues is not one of the Meteors' key albums. Singer/guitarist Paul Fenech is running on psychobilly fumes throughout this album; not only are the songs largely uninspired rehashes of the earlier Meteors sound, they're played.