The Spinning Jennys - It's It It It 7" (1991, Tea Time)
Not to be confused with the Bay Area band of the same name (and approximate spelling), these Spinning Jennys were from Norfolk...Britain. And they definitely sounded like they were a product of the UK, merging the aggro, guitar-lacquered surge of contemporaries the Wonder Stuff and Senseless Things with a mildly hazy dream-pop subtext (though I'm sure no one was mistaking this five-piece for My Bloody Valentine back in their day). Pitch in a healthy dollop of melodic chops and dense arrangements and you've got a downright keeper on your hands. Of the three cuts here, the chiming, bass-driven "Supermarine" is this 45's anomaly, evoking the more lucid tones that the Stone Roses were taking to the bank. This single and a few compilation songs were the only recorded provisions the Jennys left us.
A. It's It It It (Part VII) B1. Supermarine B2. I'd Laugh If Your Head Exploded