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    Something New - Saint Etienne - Home Counties (CD, Album)


    1. Kazira

      Saint Etienne - What else is there to say. I imagine I would be in the minority if this review was in any way negative. Fortunately, I am sure I will find myself with the majority, nay, maybe the total number of people who found this to be one exhilarating album - possibly not one word used frequently to describe Saint Etienne's style of laid back, harmonic deliveries - but yes, the words and /5(41).
    2. Mokazahn

      Jazz album: “Home Counties” by Saint Etienne, released in on Pias America. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
    3. Zunris

      Download Something New mp3 – Home Counties of Saint Etienne - snowstaffbarmaktilar.xyzinfo New Albums; Upcoming albums; Artists; Charts; Soundtracks; Audiobooks; Support; Something New Back to album Home Counties by Saint Etienne. Preview: 30 sec only Quality: kbps Size: Mb Length: Download Track: Something New.
    4. Turg

      Jun 10,  · Home Counties. The unhurried new album from English indie pop trio Saint Etienne centers on a theme of geography. Across 19 tracks, the band offers a day-in-the-life snapshot of their native.
    5. Zololkree

      Jun 02,  · Home Counties This is a lovely new album from Saint Etienne, especially as a companion piece to Sarah Cracknell's recent solo album. However, this is not a music review but a caution about the packaging/5(43).
    6. Gacage

      The members of Saint Etienne began work on their ninth album with a basic concept in mind of paying tribute to the suburbs of London where the trio spent their formative years. Titled Home Counties, the album was recorded quickly with producer Shawn Lee and a room full of vintage gear and snowstaffbarmaktilar.xyzinfo: Pias America.
    7. Kigatilar

      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Home Counties on Discogs.4/5(11).
    8. Tar

      Home Counties is a very fine album in a tradition of very fine Saint Etienne albums, and if I have only one complaint, I would say we could have used maybe one or two more Richard X or Brian Higgins or Tim Powell pop bangers and one or two less typical songs (but hey, those productions are expensive).

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