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Graffiti On The Train

Graffiti On The Train

Artist: Stereophonics

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

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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