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Heres Where The Story Ends - The Sundays - Reading, Writing And Arithmetic (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The Sundays' debut album builds on the layered, ringing guitar hooks and unconventional pop melodies of the Smiths, adding more ethereal vocals and a stronger smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo evidenced by the lilting, melancholy single "Here's Where the Story Ends," it's a winning combination, making Reading, Writing and Arithmetic a thoroughly engaging debut.
  2. The Sundays secured a recording contract with Rough Trade Records. Their debut single was "Can't Be Sure". Their first album, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, was released in , along with their next single "Here's Where the Story Ends". The album was a UK Top 5 hit.
  3. The Sundays are a conspicuous exception to that rule. The lovely Harriet Wheeler is unmistakably the center of the band, but she's more than a pretty face; almost twenty-five years after the release of Reading, Writing, And Arithmetic, her singing remains nearly unrivaled amongst indie rock bands.
  4. May 16,  · referencing Reading, Writing And Arithmetic, LP, Album, RE, B How infuriating it would be to discover we (as purchasers of this release) were just lab rats for this initial run so they can iron out the kinks for the mass release based on our complaints/5().
  5. Label: Héloïse Disques - HEL ,Héloïse Disques - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: France • Genre: Classical • Style: Neo-Classical.
  6. People I know places I go Make me feel tongue tied I can see how people look down They're on the inside Here's where the story ends People I see, weary of me Showing my good side I can see how people look down I'm on the outside Here's where the story ends Ooh here's where the story ends It's that little souvenir of a terrible year Which makes my eyes feel sore Oh I never should have said the.
  7. - The Sundays - Reading, Writing & Arithmetic. By Any Means Necessary is a translation of a phrase used by the French intellectual Jean-Paul Sartre in his play Dirty Hands.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reading, Writing And Arithmetic on Discogs.5/5(2).
  9. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic The Sundays. Released January 15, Here's Where The Story Ends Lyrics. K as the lyrics of this album repeatedly point out.

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