Formed from the ashes of The
Birds and The Bees and Fluff, IRONBRIDGE released their one and only
album in 1973 on the then EMI International label.
Having released no less than five singles under their name Fluff this
Shropshire band made their final bid for the big time by changing their name
to Ironbridge (the worlds first iron bridge had been built in the Shropshire
town) and the album sold extremely well in France whilst gaining rave
Now having achieved a cult status the album is released on CD for the very
first time and the music today falls under the "power pop" category but at
the time was described by reviewers as "somewhere between The Beatles and
The Moody Blues"!
ALAN MILLINGTON, MICK SKINNER, GERRY WARD, ALAN PHILLIPS