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Steeltown (Deluxe)

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Download links and information about Steeltown (Deluxe) by Big Country. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 02:03:49 minutes.

Artist: Big Country
Release date: 1984
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 27
Duration: 02:03:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Flame of the West (2014 Remaster) 5:01
2. East of Eden (2014 Remaster) 4:29
3. Steeltown (2014 Remaster) 4:39
4. Where the Rose Is Sown (2014 Remaster) 4:59
5. Come Back To Me (2014 Remaster) 4:34
6. Tall Ships Go (2014 Remaster) 4:38
7. Girl With Grey Eyes (2014 Remaster) 4:47
8. Rain Dance (2014 Remaster) 4:19
9. The Great Divide (2014 Remaster) 4:50
10. Just a Shadow (2014 Remaster) 5:38
11. Wonderland 3:58
12. Giant 3:58
13. All Fall Together (Giant Remix) 5:13
14. East of Eden (Radio Edit) 4:13
15. Prairie Rose 4:48
16. Where the Rose Is Sown (Radio Edit) 4:09
17. Belief In the Small Man 5:16
18. Bass Dance 1:42
19. Just a Shadow (Radio Edit) 4:27
20. Winter Sky 3:17
21. Wonderland (Work In Progress #1) 4:21
22. Wonderland (Work In Progress #2) 4:26
23. East of Eden (Rough Mix) 4:50
24. Tall Ships Go (Rough Mix) 5:14
25. Where the Rose Is Sown (Rough Mix) 5:31
26. Come Back To Me (Rough Mix) 4:51
27. Bass Concerto 5:41

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Big Country came out of one of the less dominant parts of the United Kingdom with an anthemic sound and vaguely revolutionary-sounding lyrics to captivate the British listening public and at least interest Americans. Big Country continued their winning ways at home with this, its second album, which topped the charts and produced three Top 40 hits — "East of Eden," "Where the Rose is Sown," and "Just a Shadow." But in the U.S., the album was perceived as proving that the band's sound, guitars-as-bagpipes, courtesy of the E-bow, was a one-time novelty, while Stuart Adamson's lyrics, full of British socialist working-class fervor, seemed jingoistic and pretentious. Nevertheless, much of the music, as on the first album, made for stirring rock & roll. [Steel Town, Rovi