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  1. Nell
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    Listen free to Stereophonics – Graffiti on the Train (We Share the Same Sun, Graffiti on the Train and more). 10 tracks (). Graffiti On The Train is the 8th studio album by Welsh band Stereophonics. It is set for release on the 4th March The lead single In A Moment was available for free download on the band's website from November
  2. Aradal
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    Mar 12,  · Stereophonics has never been a smiles and sunshine kind of band, but neither has their material been as thoroughly dark as that found on Graffiti on the Train.
  3. Brarn
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    Vinyl LP pressing. release, the eighth album from the Welsh Alt-Rock band led by Kelly Jones. Graffiti On The Train was written by Jones and produced by the frontman and Jim Lowe, who has now worked on every Stereophonics album since 's Language/5().
  4. Dujin
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    Sep 14,  · We Share The Same Sun: Graffiti On The Train: Indian Summer: Take Me: Catacomb: Roll The Dice: Violins And Tambourines: Been Caught Cheating: In A Moment: No-one´s Perfect: Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks Overland: In A Moment (Alternative Version) We Share The Same Sun (Up Close) /5(17).
  5. Kigahn
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    CD gatefold wallet including a 12 page booklet made from gsm uncoated paper. Artwork taken from an oil painting by British fine artist Stephen Goddard. Release Date: 4th March We Share the Same Sun Graffiti on the Train Indian Summer Take Me Catacomb Roll the Dice Violins and Tambourines Been Caught Cheating In.
  6. Febar
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    Graffiti on the Train is the eighth studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Produced by the group's lead-singer and guitarist Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe, it was released on 4 March on.
  7. Gardajar
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    Yes, we're back in miserable Stereophonics territory. Thankfully the melodic sweep and soar the band had developed over the previous few records remains, meaning this is a deep, dramatic melancholy, rather than the grumpy, plodding miserablism the group are so often associated with. Opener 'We Share the Same Sun' is reminiscent of the group's.
  8. Zuluzilkree
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    Nov 15,  · Music video by Stereophonics performing Violins and Tambourines. (P) The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by The Stereophonics Ltd (dba Stylus Records) under exclusive licence.
  9. Dajora
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    Jan 05,  · Opener 'We Share the Same Sun' is reminiscent of the group's debut Word Gets Around, and that's high praise indeed. A strong, melodic indie rock number that sticks in the head, with an undercurrent of drama, it sets the album off on a high note. The aforementioned title track follows, draped in David Arnold's orchestration. It's tastefully done, and actually quite moving. This dramatic, .

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