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Life In The Gladhouse (12 Mix) - Modern English - After The Snow

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  1. Mar 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of After The Snow on Discogs/5(77).
  2. After the Snow is the second album by Modern English, released in May by 4AD in the United Kingdom, Vertigo Records in Canada, and Sire Records in the United States. It spawned three singles, including the worldwide hit " I Melt with You ".Genre: New wave, post-punk.
  3. Dec 31,  · After the Snow Modern English Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Someone's Calling 2 Life In the Gladhouse 3 Face of Wood 4 Dawn Chorus Someone's Calling 10 Life In the Gladhouse 11 I Melt With You (7" Mix) 12 The Prize 13 Released on: January 01,
  4. "I Melt with You" will forever be the one specific moment that's Modern English's place in pop history, but the album it came from, After the Snow, isn't anything to sneeze at bluesrock.gukswordcasternador.infoinfo, in transforming from the quite fine but dour young miserabilists on Mesh & Lace to a brighter incarnation who still had a melancholy side, the quintet found exactly the right combination best-suited for 8/
  5. After the Snow is the second album by Modern English, released in May by 4AD in the United Kingdom, Vertigo Records in Canada, and Sire Records in the United States. It spawned three singles, including the worldwide hit "I Melt with You". Life in the Gladhouse (12" Mix).
  6. Mar 14,  · 12" Life in the gladhouse is never dull Humdrum days still flying out the window It's wrought (wild) with overgrown people Broken engagements and twisted faith Growing up and then just.
  7. Jun 13,  · After The Snow stands the test of time. Their sound is not dated and has an enjoyable depth of creativity--they're certainly not mavens of music--but in the blinding glare of arena rock, the blaring wail of 80s hair bands and under the choking Chlorofluorocarbonated waft of Aqua-net, Modern English has a level of originality that doesn't exist /5(34).

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