Label: Transcopic - GOLDEN 001 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Indie Rock
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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.
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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.
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.
Graham Coxon song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and 80 Graham Coxon albums.
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.
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.
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.