|B2||I've Got To Hand It To You|
|HOLD 3T||The Chesterf!elds||Blame (12", W/Lbl)||Household||HOLD 3T||UK||1988|
|HOLD 3||The Chesterfields*||Blame (7", Single)||Household||HOLD 3||UK||1988|
|HOLD 3T||The Chesterf!elds||Blame (12", TP)||Household||HOLD 3T||UK||1988|
Producer – John A. Rivers. HOLD 3T The Chesterf!elds Blame (12", TP) Household HOLD 3T UK. 1988.
Complete your The Chesterf!elds collection.
The Chesterfields were an English indie pop band from Yeovil in Somerset. Hardcore fans tended to refer to them as "The Chesterf!elds", with an exclamation mark replacing the "i", following the example of the band's logo. The band was formed in summer 1984 by Dave Goldsworthy (vocals, guitar), Simon Barber (bass, vocals), and Dominic Manns (drums), joined in 1985 by Brendan Holden (guitar).
Lively Strong Swinging Sentimental. Electric Guitars in Their Hearts: The Best of the Chesterfields.
Indie pop combo the Chesterf!elds formed in Yeovil, England, in mid-1984, originally comprised of singer/guitarist David Goldsworthy, bassist Simon Barber, and drummer Dominic Manns. Second guitarist Brendan Holden signed on a year later, embellishing the upbeat, frothy melodies that earned the Chesterf!elds a spot on the front lines of the short-lived movement of shambling guitar pop bands dubbed C-86 in honor of the New Musical Express cassette that popularized the sound in question.