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The Exhausts - Leave The Suburbs Full Album

The Exhausts - Leave The Suburbs Full Album Performer: The Exhausts
Title: Leave The Suburbs
Style: Punk, Garage Rock, Pop Punk
Category: Rock
Date of release: 12 Oct 2015
Country: UK
Label: Everything Sucks Music
Catalog number: ESM0013
Size MP3: 1075 mb
Size FLAC: 1911 mb
Rating: 4.6


1Something Good3:07
2I'm Not Waiting In Line For You1:21
3Journey to the Call Centre of the Earth1:54
6Comfort Zone Blues1:41
7Films & Adverts2:31
9Move to West Norwood and Always Leave1:15


  • Bass, VocalsRory Porter
  • DrumsJake Popyura
  • Engineer, Producer, Mixed ByPhil Booth
  • Guitar, VocalsTommy Simpson


  • Mastered At – North London Bomb Factory


Leave The Suburbs by The Exhausts, released 26 October 2015 1. Waiting In Line 2. Justify 3. Films & Adverts 4. Comfort Zone Blues 5. Andalucia 6. Move To West Norwood And Always Leave 7. Shame 8. Something Good the Suburbs The Exhausts. The Exhausts. Eric Cantona. слушайте с пользой. Suburbs is an album by the American New wave band The Suburbs, released in 1986. It was their first and only release on A&M Records. The album is out of print and has never been released on compact disc. in a fashion that completely sublimates all of the qualities that had made the quintet so musically interesting in the first place. All songs composed by The Suburbs. Superlove 4:29. Последние твиты от The Exhausts TheExhausts. Pop Punx. New album 'Leave The Suburbs' out now on Everything Sucks Records. English UK. Play artist. Leave The Suburbs 26 October 2015. Play album. Popular this week. Book of Revelation. Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Comfort Zone Blues The Exhausts Leave the Suburbs Everything Sucks Music Released on: 2015-10-26 Music the Suburbs 2015. everything sucks records. Thematically, Leave the Suburbs is about the grind, the day to day struggle of making it as far as you can to get what you wantâ even if itâs not the finish line, itâs the next step. The honesty is less brutal than relatable, but the thinly-veiled tongue-in-cheek smartass-ness of the album is everything youâve wanted to say but didnât have the balls to in any number of situationsâ whether that translates as vulnerable, naively hopeful, not having a fuck left to give, or just good old fashioned honesty. In their dictionary, suburbs is nowhere near subtlety. But that just adds to the emotional wallop. Their first two discs, 2004s Funeral and its 2007 sequel, Neon Bible, peaked with songs about scared kids hiding from their parents. But on The Suburbs, they open up to see family life from the parents perspective - a much harder trick. I want a daughter while Im still young, Win Butler sings on the magnificent opening theme, The Suburbs. I wanna hold her handAnd show her some beautyBefore this damage is done