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Graffiti On The Train

Graffiti On The Train

Artist: Stereophonics

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Digital Album: $7.99
Graffiti On The Train
Graffiti On The Train

Artist: Stereophonics
MP3
1. We Share The Same Sun
$1.29
2. Graffiti On The Train
$1.29
3. Indian Summer
$1.29
4. Take Me
$1.29
5. Catacomb
$1.29
6. Roll The Dice
$1.29
7. Violins And Tambourines
$1.29
8. Been Caught Cheating
$1.29
9. In A Moment
$1.29
10. No One s Perfect
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: IGNITION RECORDS
Rel. Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 5053723003020

More Info:

Eighth studio album (the first on their own label) from multi-platinum selling British band. Following their Best Of compilation 'A Decade In the Sun' which sold over a million copies in 2008 and their last LP 'Keep Calm And Carry On', released in 2009, the group quit Universal Records, acquired a new rehearsal "den" in west London and breathed a sigh of relief. Instead of a summer of festival headliners, Jones found himself exploring other creative avenues "I had all these little things I d been wanting to do for 15 years. Whether it was writing scripts, or writing short stories...making different types of music. And I just decided to stop travelling and see what would happen."

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