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Untouched Takeaway


Download links and information about Untouched Takeaway by Nick Lowe. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 56:56 minutes.

Artist: Nick Lowe
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 56:56
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No. Title Length
1. What's Shaking on the Hill 3:30
2. Faithless Lover 3:14
3. I Live On a Battlefield 3:36
4. You Inspire Me 3:27
5. Cruel to Be Kind 3:22
6. Indian Queens 3:52
7. Let's Stay In 4:03
8. Shting Shtang 3:26
9. The Beast In Me 2:40
10. What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding? 4:03
11. 12 Step Program 3:17
12. Dream Girl 2:40
13. Without Love 2:23
14. 14 Days 3:18
15. Tombstone Every Mile 3:46
16. Shelley My Love 3:40
17. I'll Be There 2:39



Nick Lowe established himself in the 1970s as a musician and producer dedicated to keeping strong, energetic, melodic rock n’ roll at the forefront of an industry increasingly turning to fashion. He led pub rockers Brinsley Schwarz, kickstarted Stiff Records with their debut single, produced Elvis Costello, and released powerful solo albums such as Jesus of Cool and Labour of Lust. After years of working at a manic pace — and earning the nickname “The Basher” — Lowe slowed down and grew up, learning to croon and enjoy the luxury of having a deep catalog of versatile tunes to perform at whim. This is his first-ever live album, recorded over two tours: 1995 with the Impossible Birds and 2001 with The Convincers. It’s a diverse collection that touches on his later solo albums that were current at the time, six from 1994’s The Impossible Bird and a couple apiece from 1998’s Dig My Mood and 2001’s The Convincer. The centerpiece, however, remains a contemplative keyboard version of “What’s So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding,” Lowe’s anthem that gains in resonance with each passing year.