Sack

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From an archived Sack website tour page:

NOVEMBER 1999.
SACK appear at The Forum in London's Kentish Town for four nights alongside MORRISSEY. When asked in an interview by the Irish Times why he chose SACK to support him, MORRISSEY says: 'When I heard a song of theirs called Laughter Lines, I was staggered by it. It should be Number One forever!'

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Indie rock band formed in 1994 in Dublin, Ireland.

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Sack is a five-piece Irish band, based in Dublin. To date the band has released three albums: You Are What You Eat, Butterfly Effect and Adventura Majestica. The band formed after the demise of Lord John White. Their first single "What Did The Christians Ever Do For Us?" was single of the week in both the NME and Melody Maker. They have supported Morrissey on several world tours taking in mainland Europe, North America, and the UK. Sack have also supported the likes of The Fall, Boo Radleys among others. They have gigged sporadically in recent years and are planning to record new material.The band appeared on the Morrissey-endorsed NME CD Songs to Save Your Life, while "Laughter Lines" appeared on the soundtrack to the movie Carrie 2: The Rage.