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Spartacus
Studio album by The Farm
Released 30 April 1991
Genre Alternative rock
Length 45:23
Label Sire
Producer Stan Cullimore, Paul Heaton, Suggs
Professional reviews
The Farm chronology
Spartacus
(1991)
Love See No Colour
(1992)

Spartacus is the 1991 debut album of Liverpool-based pop group The Farm, released in the height of Madchester. It reached number one in the UK album chart, staying there for a week. Spartacus was dedicated to the parents of former band member Andy McVann, who died in a car chase running away from the police.

Track listing

  1. "Hearts and Minds" - 1:28
  2. "How Long" - 3:38
  3. "Sweet Inspiration" - 5:29
  4. "Groovy Train" - 4:10
  5. "Higher and Higher" - 4:38
  6. "Don't Let Me Down" - 4:37
  7. "Family of Man" - 4:44
  8. "Tell the Story" - 3:39
  9. "Very Emotional" - 4:41
  10. "All Together Now" - 5:41
  11. "Higher and Higher [Remix]" - 6:09
  12. "Very Emotional [Remix]" - 6:22

Personnel

Preceded by
Auberge by Chris Rea
UK number one album
March 16, 1991 – March 22, 1991
Succeeded by
Out of Time by R.E.M.

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