|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Rock Legends: Volume 69 Talulah Mania||13||Audio||1991||Avalanche Records (2)|
|4||Rock Legends: Volume 69||13||Audio||1987|
|5||Talulah Gosh||2||Audio||1987||53rd & 3rd|
|6||Rock Legends: Volume 69||13||Audio||1988|
|7||Rock Legends Volume 69||16||Audio||1988||Constrictor|
|8||They've Scoffed The Lot||9||Audio||1991-02-00||Sarah Records|
|9||Where's The Cougar, Matey?||5||Audio||1988-01-28||53rd & 3rd|
|10||Rock Legends: Volume 69||13||Audio||1987||53rd & 3rd|
|11||Demos EP||4||Audio||2011-04-16||Damaged Goods|
|13||BBC Sessions||11||Audio||1988||Not On Label|
|14||Oxford, Worcester College - March 7th 1986||7||Audio||1990||Baby Panda|
|15||Was It Just A Dream ?||29||Audio||2013-11-04||Damaged Goods|
|16||Was It Just A Dream ?||29||Audio||2013-11-04||Damaged Goods|
|17||Was It Just A Dream ? / Live At The Old Fire Station 23/10/87||48||Audio||2013||Damaged Goods|
|18||Was It Just A Dream ?||29||Audio||2013-10-21|
Talulah Gosh was a guitar-pop group from Oxford, England. Playing together between 1986 an 1988 they were one of the leading bands of the twee pop movement, taking their name from the headline of an NME interview with Clare Grogan.
The band originally consisted of [a=Amelia Fletcher] (Guitar, Vocals), [a=Elizabeth Price] (Guitar, Vocals), [a=Mathew Fletcher] (Drums), [a=Peter Momtchiloff] (Guitar) and [a=Rob Pursey] (Bass).
Bassist Rob Pursey left the band in 1986 and was replaced by [a=Chris Scott (4)]. Elizabeth Price left in 1987 and was replaced by [a=Eithne Farry].
Talulah Gosh disband in 1988 and the Fletchers, Momtchiloff and Pursey formed the seminal twee pop act [a=Heavenly] in 1989.