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The Charlatans UK - You Cross My Path mp3 download

Performer: The Charlatans UK
Title: You Cross My Path
Style: British Trad Rock,Adult Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Duration: 36:40
Released: May 12, 2008
Size MP3 version: 1959 mb
Size FLAC version: 1952 mb
Size WMA version: 1120 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 448
Genre: Pop Rock

The Charlatans UK - You Cross My Path mp3 download

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There were no such problems with The Charlatans' new album, however. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. Watch the video for The Charlatans forthcoming single 'You Cross My Path'. The opener "Oh! Vanity" chugs along like Neu! doing a cover of Booker T's "Time Is Tight", the propulsive motorik groove wreathed in swirling con-trails of psych-rock synthesiser, before being replaced by the skittish disco hi-hats, striding bass and electropop synth motif of "Bad Days", a dig at a former friend.

The album was then released, in the form of CD and 12" vinyl on 12 May 2008. The album's cover art is drawn by Faris Badwan of The Horrors. All songs written by s/M. The Misbegotten" - 4:13. A Day for Letting Go" - 2:52. You Cross My Path" - 4:05.

Album by The Charlatans UK. Oh! Vanity. A Day for Letting Go. You Cross My Path. Missing Beats (Of a Generation). This Is the End. Bonus tracks on Japan release. Blank Heart, Blank Mind. Acid in the Tea. You Cross My Path (live). This Is the End (live).

You Cross My Path was the first album frontman Tim Burgess had made since he quit drink and drugs for good. The songs on this set include every emotion he went through as he battled back from the brink. Burgess told the The Sun newspaper that this track was about the anger and revenge stage of overcoming his addictions. This song was originally released as a free digital download by the band in 2007.

You cross my path I'll take you down You bloodied me with howling hands The wretched games the tortured souls The flowing scarves the debutantes The crushing blows the sordid scenes But what you did was so obscene. I will ride again and I'll take you down like that You will die up there alone, I'll take you down like that

You Cross My Path (Recorded Live At Madrid Joy Eslava). You Cross My Path ‎(CD, Album). Moon Records (2). MR-2962-2.

But will You Cross My Path, with its return to foursquare Brit rock with a danceable underbelly, reach the ears of any but the faithful? You Cross. was released, Radiohead-style, as a free download to XFM listeners before it appeared in tangible form. Whether this was due to misgivings about quality or as a savvy nod to the changing shape of commercial music consumption depends on how you regard the band. For fans this album is an entirely safe bet. Burgess sounds bullish, the band sound bolshy, and the songs are mostly uptempo.

Listen free to The Charlatans – You Cross My Path (Oh! Vanity, Bad Days and more). Why did the Charlatans give away You Cross My Path on the internet? Because they needed a way to announce that they were back, to grab the attention of onetime fans who had long ago stopped paying attention to the group. Not that the Charlatans ever cratered, losing all their listeners, but rather they sank into a pleasant retro groove, emphasizing their fondness for the Stones instead of the modernist dance rhythms that helped bring them into the spotlight early in the '90s

– You Cross My Path. NEW, mint unplayed, (sealed or not sealed). Read full description. You Cross My Path has been lauded everywhere as their best album yet and when I heard their new manager Alan McGee say this before I managed to download it from Xfm I thought "yeah yeah, heard it before. it will be good but maybe not great". I couldn't have been more wrong. You just MUST have this album in your collection and play it to death. It's all over much too soon at 36 minutes but it's a true great. This is the album from the charlatans that will hopefully make the critics eat thier words.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Oh! Vanity The Charlatans UK 3:55
2 Bad Days The Charlatans UK 3:25
3 Mis-Stakes The Charlatans UK 3:23
4 The Misbegotten The Charlatans UK 4:11
5 A Day for Letting Go The Charlatans UK 2:49
6 You Cross My Path The Charlatans UK 4:02
7 Missing Beats (Of a Generation) The Charlatans UK 3:35
8 My Name Is Despair The Charlatans UK 4:17
9 Bird The Charlatans UK 2:35
10 This Is the End The Charlatans UK 4:28


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