|A6||The Forgotten One|
|B1||There Will Be Chances|
|B3||The Same House|
|B4||Let's Go Together|
|B5||The Setting Sun|
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|PROMOBMG1344||The Charlatans||Different Days (CD, Album, Promo)||BMG||PROMOBMG1344||UK||2017|
Different Days is the 13th studio album by British alternative rock band The Charlatans, released on 26 May 2017. The album features guest appearances from Paul Weller (who co-wrote "Spinning Out"), Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Johnny Marr, Peter Salisbury (The Verve), Donald Johnson (A Certain Ratio), Ian Rankin, and Sharon Horgan. On 20 March 2017, Different Days was announced for release.
Solutions and the title track have hooks in abundance. Plastic Machinery salutes individuality in an authoritarian world.
Different days Nature's gaze In your headlights Always the way When waking up in the dark nights Was so frightening Now enlightened Through distortion Headless horsemen Through distortion, through distortion. Different planes Heading out to the same place Mapping the skies I can't wait to see your face. We are all coincidences Accepting idiosyncrasies Keep confidences, confidences.
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7. Release date: 26 May 2017. Country: United Kingdom. Where Different Days flexes its creative muscles are once its simply dependable and consistent first half gets out of the way and the band casts its stylistic net wider. There Will Be Chances is driven by a folksy, fingerpicked guitar lick, Over Again relies Balearic house influences while The Same House motors along on an Italo piano riff.
Different Days is The Charlatans 13th studio album, and unlike some of their peers, it is easy to see how their creative consistency has failed to progress. Aside from the collaborative spoken vocals of fellow pals and musicians such as author Ian Rankin and Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner, the band do little to stray from the sound of their 1990 debut Some Friendly.
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