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Turtle Soup was the debut album by the British indie rock band The Mock Turtles, released in June 1990. All songs written by Martin Coogan except where noted. Kathy Come Home" - 3:02. Head Run Wild" - 3:27. Another Jesus Walks on Water" (Coogan, Martin Glyn Murray) - 2:52. Oh Helen How?" - 3:10. How Does It Feel?" - 3:19. And Then She Smiles" - 3:13.

The Mock Turtles were a Manchester-based indie rock band, formed in Rochdale, who enjoyed some success in the early 1990s. Their signature tune was "Can You Dig It?" Led by Martin Coogan, brother of television regular Steve Coogan, the band began to pick up attention around 1990, with tracks such as "Lay Me Down" and "And Then She Smiles" on the Imaginary label. It was "Can You Dig It?", however, which gained them wider attention.

The Mock Turtle's Song", also known as the "Lobster Quadrille", is a song recited by the Mock Turtle in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, accompanied by a dance. It was taught to him at school by his teacher called Tortoise. The Lobster Quadrille" is a song written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll). It is a parody of "The Spider and the Fly" by Mary Botham Howitt

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A slick second album, Two Sides, nevertheless failed to earn much attention and in 1993 Coogan dissolved the group to form Ugli with Green and Korab. After more than a decade out of the limelight, the Mock Turtles enjoyed a commercial renaissance when Vodafone licensed Can You Dig It? to promote its wireless services. The single was quickly reissued to radio, followed by a greatest-hits compilation featuring eight brand-new recordings. The Mock Turtles - And Then She Smiles. Mock Turtles - Lay Me Down. The Mock Turtles - Strings and Flowers. Mock Turtles - Wicker Man. The Willow Song - The Mock Turtles.


1 Strings And Flowers 3:59
2 And Then She Smiles 4:17
3 Shine On Me 4:26
4 Baby And The Stars 4:02
5 Words Of Wisdom 4:05
6 Pearls For My Girl 3:49
7 Brush Of A Butterfly's Wing 3:33
8 Can You Dig It? 4:11
9 You Move Me 3:22
10 Deep Down 4:04
11 Why Must I Share This Air With Foolish Men? 6:43


  • Drum Programming [Additional] – Roland Kerridge*
  • Keyboards [Additional] – Vic Martin
  • Producer – Martin Coogan, Pete Smith (tracks: 1 to 9, 11)

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  • Barcode: 4988037013407

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDSRN 31, 261 929 The Mock Turtles Two Sides ‎(CD, Album) Siren , Siren CDSRN 31, 261 929 UK & Europe 1991
SRNMC 31 The Mock Turtles Two Sides ‎(Cass, Album) Siren SRNMC 31 UK 1991
411 929, SRNMC 31 The Mock Turtles Two Sides ‎(Cass, Album) Virgin, Siren 411 929, SRNMC 31 Europe 1991
SRNLP 31, 211 929 The Mock Turtles Two Sides ‎(LP, Album) Siren , Siren SRNLP 31, 211 929 Europe 1991
SRNLP 31 The Mock Turtles Two Sides ‎(LP, Album) Siren SRNLP 31 UK 1991

The Mock Turtles - Two Sides album
Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Performer: The Mock Turtles
Title: Two Sides
Category: Rock
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 1991
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 225