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The La's (Deluxe Edition)

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Download links and information about The La's (Deluxe Edition) by The La'S. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 01:48:03 minutes.

Artist: The La'S
Release date: 1990
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 38
Duration: 01:48:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Son of a Gun 1:56
2. I Can't Sleep 2:37
3. Timeless Melody 3:01
4. Liberty Ship 2:30
5. There She Goes 2:42
6. Doledrum 2:51
7. Feelin' 1:44
8. Way Out 2:32
9. I.O.U. 2:08
10. Freedom Song 2:23
11. Failure 2:54
12. Looking Glass 7:50
13. Son of a Gun (Gary Crowley, GLR Session Dec '88) 1:53
14. Doledrum (Gary Crowley, GLR Session Dec '88) 2:59
15. I Can't Sleep (Gary Crowley, GLR Session Dec '88) 2:32
16. Way Out (Key 103, Jan '89) 2:40
17. I Am the Key (Key 103, Jan '89) 3:04
18. That'll Be the Day (BBC2 "The Late Show" 2/2/89) 2:06
19. I.O.U. (Mike Hedges Version) 2:04
20. I Can't Sleep (Mike Hedges Version) 2:42
21. Knock Me Down (Mike Hedges Version) 2:54
22. Way Out (Mike Hedges Version) 2:45
23. Doledrum (Mike Hedges Version) 2:55
24. There She Goes (Mike Hedges Version) 2:47
25. Feelin' (Mike Hedges Version) 1:46
26. Timeless Melody (Mike Hedges Version) 3:06
27. Son of a Gun (Mike Hedges Version) 2:04
28. Clean Prophet (Mike Hedges Version) 2:08
29. Come In Come Out (Mike Hedges Version) 2:15
30. Failure (Mike Hedges Version) 3:07
31. Looking Glass (Mike Hedges Version) 7:23
32. Doledrum (John Porter Mix Version) 2:51
33. Way Out (Andy MacDonald Version) 2:38
34. There She Goes (John Leckie Version) 2:43
35. Man I'm Only Human (John Leckie Version) 4:59
36. Feelin' (Bob Andrews Version) 1:52
37. Clean Prophet (Bob Andrews Version) 2:01
38. I Can't Sleep (Jeremy Allom Version) 2:41

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Alongside acts like Happy Mondays and the Smiths, Liverpool’s succinctly, yet perfectly named the La’s are amongst the definitive British rock acts of the late ‘80s. At a time when British rock was still reeling from the colossal impact of the punk revolution of the late ‘70s, the La’s emerged with a set of sharply composed, self- confident pop classics on their 1987 debut. The sweetly melodic, Velvet Underground-aping “There She Goes” is in many ways the band’s defining moment, but from the woozy faux-vaudeville of “Freedom Song” to the frantic mod outrage of “I Can’t Sleep,” The La’s is jam packed with carefully crafted radio-ready pop leavened by literate songwriting and an impressively fierce punk bite. One of the few out-and-out masterpieces to emerge from England in the late ‘80s, and an important influence on the subsequent Britpop movement of the early ‘90s The La’s is a perfect wonder.