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Covered Cemetry Gates on the tribute compilation The Smiths Is Dead (1996).

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Irish indie rock band. Named after a couple of tramps in their home city of Cork, the Frank and Walters were, along with Sultans Of Ping F.C., part of the short-lived popularity of the Cork rock scene. Producing quirky pop music, they had a number of early hits in Ireland and the UK ('Fashion Crisis Hits New York' and 'After All'), disappeared and re-emerged to settle into being a cult band with a live following and predictable sales on Setanta Records. They took a break from touring and recording in 2002, re-emerging once again in 2005 with a double album of previously unreleased material called "Souvenirs", to be followed by "A Renewed Interest In Happiness" in 2006. They continued to write, record and tour, especially on a number of festivals in 2011. In 2012, they toured with a 20th anniversary celebration of their debut LP and issued a new single "Look At Us Now" in May 2015.

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The Frank and Walters are an alternative pop band from Cork city in Ireland. The band was founded in 1989 and named in honour of two eccentric Cork characters.