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8 thoughts on “ Jamie Thomas - Graham Coxon - The Golden D (Promo) (CD, Album)
  1. Daishakar says:
    Otherwise, go for the album whose genre you like the most - The Sky is Too High - lofi acoustic, with one very noisy song (Who the Fuck) and a couple songs that get noisy partway through (I Wish, TAIWD). The Golden D - lofi hard rock, although KHA is clean and gentle, and Oochy Woochy is a catchy and very bizarre jazz fusion song.
  2. Gardajas says:
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  3. Arakus says:
    Former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has released the original soundtrack for the second season of The End of the F***ing World. The album is the second outing for Coxon As Composer.
  4. Tutilar says:
    Graham Coxon says his sixth solo record, Love Travels At Illegal Speeds, is his best so far. He left Blur nearly four years ago – this album very loudly says he has no regrets, despite Damon Albarn making it clear he'd love to have him back.
  5. Doukazahn says:
    Graham Coxon song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and 80 Graham Coxon albums.
  6. Faerg says:
    Apr 30,  · Not a bad image for Graham Coxon, all round, perhaps: the romantic caretaker, content after all this time, to be picking up the pieces. Older - though trying to dress younger - and certainly wiser.
  7. Munos says:
    Every night, tour schedule permitting, Graham Coxon would be sat in his favourite corner of The Good Mixer, usually surrounded by a Menswear or two, getting so drunk he’d have fights with the.
  8. Fell says:
    Single Year Peak chart positions Album UK "Oochy Woochy" – The Golden D "Thank God for the Rain / You Will Never Be" Crow Sit on Blood Tree "Escape Song / Mountain of Regret" The Kiss of Morning "Freakin' Out" Happiness in Magazines.

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