Dodgy - Homegrown FLAC album
Style: Indie Rock
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MP3 version ZIP size: 1886 mb
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Homegrown is the second album by the British indie group Dodgy, released in 1994. All songs: music by Nigel Clark/Andy Miller, lyrics by Nigel Clark/Mathew Priest. Staying Out for the Summer" – 3:13. Melodies Haunt You" – 3:40. So Let Me Go Far" – 4:05. We Are Together" – 4:23. Whole Lot Easier" – 2:46. Making the Most Of" – 4:03. Waiting for the Day" – 3:35. What Have I Done Wrong?" – 1:53.
Homegrown is the fourteenth album by UB40 released on 3 November 2003. The only single release from this album was "Swing Low", which was used as the Official Theme for the 2003 Rugby World Cup. "So Destructive". Drop on By". "Someone Like Me". "Freestyler". Everything Is Better Now". Just Be Good" (Bushman Dub). Hand That Rocks The Cradle". Nothing Without You". Nothing Without You" (Dub). United Colours of Sound.
The Dodgy Album is the debut album by the British indie group Dodgy. Water Under the Bridge", the first single released from this album, saw the beginning of "the way of dodgy", a step-by-step enlightened 'dodgy' philosophy that would appear on the record sleeves for each of their future recordings. The artwork also included their 'mdv' logo. The single was released in early 1993, and the video for the song featured the band in Amsterdam.
All songs: music by Nigel Clark/Andy Miller, lyrics by Nigel Clark/Mathew Priest.
Working from the same basic formula that made their debut a winner, Dodgy perfected their approach with their second album, Homegrown. The trio's hooks and melodies are sharper, making songs like "Staying Out for the Summer," "Melodies Haunt You," "So Let Me Go Far" and "Making the Most Of" indelible slices of punk-pop.
Album Name Homegrown. Дата релиза Октябрь 1994. Лейблы A And M Records. Музыкальный стильBritpop. Владельцы этого альбома2. 1. Staying Out for the Summer.
Homegrown (Dodgy album). Homegrown is the second album by the British indie group Dodgy, released in 1994.
The way of Dodgy No 7: Don't follow a path that others have set. Set a path for others to follow. Keep the leaf burning.