Spelling Mistakes – Feel So Good E.P. 7″

spellingmistakes_feelsogood.jpgHope you didn’t miss the first Spelling Mistakes post. If you did: Hate Me. Up there with all the Australian classics. Here’s a softer version of Hate Me, Hate Me.


The record was well received, but problems continued to mount — Fowler had acquired the habit of wearing a Nazi SS uniform on stage, which combined with the quartet’s pre-existing “boot boy” following resulted in a total ban from the Auckland club scene.“.


Country: New Zealand
Year: 1980
Label: Propeller
Fomat: 7″
Feel So Good.mp3
I Hate The Spelling Mistakes.mp3
Hate Me, Hate Me.mp3

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5 Responses to Spelling Mistakes – Feel So Good E.P. 7″

  1. dylan says:

    good record, but the demos were better. i hate it when that happens.

  2. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    yeah the demo of Hate Me, Hate Me is way better. But Feel So Good is great in my book.

  3. emily says:

    yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah my dad was in the spelling mistakes! then he left.

  4. jackson says:

    Cool as, feel so good is a neat song.
    My uncle came over from nz a couple of weeks back and gave me a spelling mistakes split single on ripper records from 1979 their track was ‘reenas pissflaps’ The band on the other side were whizz kids, there were pretty cool, worth a look.

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