P. HUX Deluxe (1995)

Deluxe (1995)
Unpretentious Power Pop

Parthenon Huxley is one of those indie pop guys that always seems to pop up in the oddest places – joining a post-Jeff Lynne ELO (a.k.a. The Orchestra), producing A Man Called E (of the eels) or forming this top-notch power pop trio, P. Hux. And, ever since going national in 1980, he’s been savvy enough to fit snugly into any and all working situations – usually with above-par results. Deluxe, P. Hux’s 1995 debut, is rife with respect for The Who, The Beatles, even The Bears, and almost any other power pop benchmark you can name. Deluxe, though, is especially worth your pop time. It’s out of print, but still @ Amazon.

One More Day In the Life
Simple Things
Keep From Crying
Every Minute
It’ll Be Alright
Here Comes The Saviour
So Good
Live Like a King
Playing Her Guitar
Stay Where You Are


  • Capt. Willard
    November 2, 2010 - 18:31 | Permalink

    Get it HERE.

  • FlashG
    August 26, 2012 - 03:48 | Permalink

    In case you didn’t know, his real name is Rick Miller.I first knew him when we both lived in Chapel Hill, N in the 70’s.. Played with The Blazers & the Dads, before becoming Rick Rock. Somewhere I have some Rick Rock live on cassette tape from a local radio broadcast. I wouldn’t have believed it but he has an entry in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenon_Huxley). Truly amazing.

  • FlashG
    August 26, 2012 - 03:50 | Permalink

    That’s Chapel Hill NC. For a former computer tech, my typing SUCKS. Sorry

  • Newman
    June 26, 2014 - 17:55 | Permalink

    I had never heard of this but after reading your entry I decided to listen, My God this is great stuff! Belated thanks this is awsome.

  • Christian
    August 18, 2015 - 17:14 | Permalink

    His debut record “Sunny Nights”, released in 1988 under the full Parthenon Huxley moniker, is one of the great lost power pop records, IMO. Just why this LP never made it big escapes me. I still own the vinyl. AND I have never seen a digital version of any kind floating around. It will be one of the very first vinyls I’ll digitize once I get a proper equipment up and running.

    • Willard
      August 18, 2015 - 17:16 | Permalink

      Look forward to hearing it.

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