A House On A Street In A Town Im From  - Panics, The

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Available04-08-2003
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This is where the real Panics journey begins with the release of their debut album. Recorded on two continents with parts being recorded in Manchester UK and co-produced by Gaz Whelan and the majority recorded in Australia and mixed by Jeremy Allom ( the la's, massive attack). Includes the singles ‘Give Me Some Good Luck’, ‘This Day Last Year’, ‘Kid,You’re a Dreamer’ and current triple J track ‘How's It Feel’. “Justin Laffer sounds like a teenage Marc Bolan /David Bowie and guitarist Drew Wooton a deseved successor to John Squire” [drownedinsound UK]

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