Crick, Northamptonshire and Mesh-29 discography

Coordinates: 52°20′54″N 1°08′15″W / 52.3484°N 1.1374°W / 52.3484; -1.1374

Crick is a village in the Daventry district of the county of Northamptonshire in England. It is close to the border with Warwickshire, 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Rugby and 14 miles (23 km) north-west of Northampton. The villages of Crick and West Haddon were by-passed by the A428 main road from Rugby to Northampton when the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) was built in 1996. The terminal is a short distance east of junction 18 the M1 motorway which is next to Crick. Crick's population in the 2001 census was 1,460.

Contents 1 History 2 Buildings 3 Facilities 4 Canal 5 Schools 6 References 7 External links


Crick takes its name from the Celtic word for 'hill' (Cruc). Crack's Hill (grid reference SP595736) is about a mile north-east of the village next to the canal and gives good views of Crick, Yelvertoft, West Haddon and Rugby from the top. §Buildings

The parish church is dedicated to St Margaret and is in the Decorated style (1290–1350). Vyntner's Manor is dated 1652 but was altered in 1925. The other building of note is the Ex-Service Men's Club of 1847 and formerly the village school. §Facilities

Crick has a Post Office and a Co-Op. There are three Public Houses, the Royal Oak, the Wheatsheaf and the Red Lion. The Ex-Service Men's Club is a members-only club. §Canal Crick Boat Show South entrance to Crick canal tunnel

The Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal passes just east of Crick, and the village is well known for its canal marina and annual Crick Boat Show.

Crick canal tunnel is close to the south-east of the village and is 1,528 yards (1397m) long. §Schools

Crick Primary School is on Main Road and most clearly visible from Bury Dyke. The last Ofsted inspection in 2008 stated that it: "provides a satisfactory education for its pupils". It had 177 children on roll at the time. The school has been expanded to accommodate the children from the large number of houses that have been built in Crick.

Secondary schools children generally attend Guilsborough School in Guilsborough, Lawrence Sheriff School for Boys or Rugby High School for Girls. §

Mesh-29 discography and Crick, Northamptonshire

The discography of Mesh-29, an English indie rock band, consists of two studio albums, two EPs and one promotional single as of October 2008.

Mesh-29 was formed in 2005 in Whittlesey, near Peterborough, by Adam Mezzatesta (vocals, guitar) and Anthony Shiels (keyboard). The band released their debut album Dead Machine in 2007, followed by their EP single Over the Barricade, which featured an unreleased track and a remaster of Cigarette. The single reached number 35 in the UK singles chart, making Mesh-29 the second unsigned band ever to achieve such a result.

Their second album, Secret traffic, was released in 2008 after the promotional single White light, which was released that October. However, this "promo" did not qualify for the charts, although an attempt is ongoing to release Wide Awake from the album as a single.

On March 2, the new single Wide Awake was released on vinyl and EP nationally. The single reached #7 in the UK Indie Chart

Contents 1 Discography 1.1 Albums 1.2 Singles 2 References 3 External links

§Discography §Albums

Dead Machine (2006-03-27) "Waiting for the Day" - 03:39 "Closing Scar" - 03:11 "Alive" - 04:10 "My Brand New Lullaby" - 03:31 "Dead Machine" - 03:31 "5 AM" - 04:04 "Cigarette" - 03:30 "Close My Eyes" - 04:00 "Turning" - 04:23 "Strange Words of Comfort" - 04:04 "Broken Home Sweet Home" - 04:02 "Alone" (Piano Version) - 04:04

Secret Traffic (2008-10-20) "Wide Awake" - 03:27 "Strangest Conversation" - 03:27 "White Light" (Also released as a promotional single) - 03:47 "Uptight" - 03:24 "Waiting for the Day" - 03:06 "Passenger Seat" - 03:42 "Life Most Ordinary" - 03:42 "Worse for Wear" 03:38 "Barricade" - 03:29 "Secret Traffic" - 03:48 §Singles

Singles that have qualified for chart position §
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