Scottish post-punk band Orange Juice was formed in Bearsden, a middle class surburb of Glasgow, Scotland, the UK in 1976. Originally the band was called Nu-Sonics but in 1979 the front man of the band Edwyn Collins decided to rename the band and thus Orange Juice appeared. Orange Juice played melodic guitar pop-punk and they were labeled by the media as the leaders of the new Scottish pop-revival. This happened after the release of their single Falling and Laughing. During their career the group has released quite a number of singles. Those which were in charts are Rip it Up, I Can’t Help Myself, Two Hearts Together, Flesh of my Flesh, Bridge, Lean Period, What Presence. Rip It Up became the highest charting song of the band reaching number 8. You can download the same-titled album by Orange Juice in mp3 from our site. The band broke up in 1985.