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8 thoughts on “ No Thugs In Our House - XTC - English Settlement (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of English Settlement on Discogs. Label: Virgin - V,Virgin - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock/5(4).
  2. Get the best deals on XTC Vinyl Records when you shop the largest online selection at neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo Free shipping on many items XTC Drums And Wires 12" vinyl album Virgin records ex condition. $ 8 bids. XTC English Settlement UK 1ST PRESS LP .
  3. The individual that is making the statement "no thugs in our house, are there dear" is grahams father who was a federal circuit court judge in the California jurisdiction. The parents are overly trusting of their son, and mindlessly reassure each other from across the table that share from different worlds.
  4. "No Thugs in Our House" Released: English Settlement is the fifth studio album and first double album by the English rock band XTC, released 12 February on Virgin Records.
  5. No Thugs In Our House: B2: Yacht Dance: B3: All Of A Sudden (It's Too Late) See more tracks No Vinyl+CDR 96 Listed For Sale: xtc english settlement.
  6. English Settlement is the fifth studio album and first double album by the English rock band XTC, originally released in It marked a turn towards the more pastoral pop songs that would dominate later XTC releases, with an emphasis on acoustic guitar, string electric guitar and fretless bass/5().
  7. Double gm heavyweight vinyl LP pressing. Includes lyric sheet. English Settlement is the fifth studio album and first double album by the English rock band XTC, originally released in It marked a turn towards the more pastoral pop songs that would dominate later XTC releases, with an emphasis on acoustic guitar, string electric.
  8. English Settlement is XTC's second best album (behind Drums and Wires), and it most accurately depicts their sound, which is a mixture of new wave, pop, reggae and a hint of punk. The band was clearly in transition on this one, which allows for a little bit of everything. What I like most about this album is its consistent sound throughout/5().

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