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The Greater London Radio - Hefner (2) - We Love The City (CD, Album)

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  1. Vitaur
    20.11.2019
    The Greater London Radio This song is by Hefner and appears on the album We Love The City (). It's a red, red glow above the skyline Feel the city twitch, feel the city wake.

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  2. Nikom
    20.11.2019
    We Love the City is the third album by British indie rock band Hefner. It was released by Too Pure in two formats in , the standard version and a second version with a disc featuring videos for 5/5(3).

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  3. Kazira
    12.11.2019
    Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of the British band's third album, originally released in We Love the City was Hefner's commercial and creative peak/5(7).

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  4. Gorn
    21.11.2019
    The Greater London Radio Lyrics: It's a red, red glow above the skyline / Feel the city twitch / Feel the city wake / It's a black, black sky by 6pm / Makes me feel inspired / Makes me feel alone.

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  5. Turisar
    12.11.2019
    Hefner have always been the antithesis of the polished rock acts of the 80's and 90's. As Darren boasted on the Hefnet site during the recording of this record, whilst the likes of Embrace utilise up to 12 vocal takes for one solitary song, he does 12 before breakfast/5(3).

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  6. Faerr
    12.11.2019
    Oct 16,  · We Love The City: A2: The Greedy Ugly People Guitar, Voice – Matt Evans (2) A3: Good Fruit: A4: Painting And Kissing: A5: Hold Me Closer Piano – Mark Bandola: A6: Don't Go: B1: The Greater London Radio: B2: As Soon As You're Ready Written-By – Antony Harding (2), Darren Hayman, Jack Hayter, John F. Morrison* B3: She Can't Sleep No More.

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  7. Goltirisar
    18.11.2019
    Listen to your favorite songs from We Love The City by Hefner Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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  8. Mauzshura
    21.11.2019
    Why is it that most U.K. artists typically slag off London? Countless pop songs by artists such as Billy Bragg, Morrissey, Blur, and Elvis Costello have made the ring of disgust toward that fashionable city all too familiar. The indie rock trio in Hefner are also disenchanted. Their passion for hating Margaret Thatcher, the royal family, and the tyrannical moves by Parliament is a common theme.

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