Tuco – The Shrinking Process

Straight out of Warrington, Tuco’s debut mini-album is made up of six distinctive cinematic indie songs that have touches of too many bands to list but a style that is all Tuco.

The highlight here is Can’t Tell (the Good From The Bad), which softly lilts with a mournful air not usually found in music without a full orchestra.

  • Buy The Shrinking Process at Amazon.co.uk
  • Buy The Shrinking Process at Amazon.com
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  • For those of you in the Liverpool area, Tuco can be found running the We Are Robot! club night at Bar Fresca.

    Label: Robot Records
    Website: www.tuco.co.uk
    Release date: 27th June 2005


    1. Meckanical Dialling
    2. Can’t Tell (The Good From The Bad)
    3. Sun To Sun
    4. All Transition
    5. I Don’t Mind
    6. Fall

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