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Your Pure Soul - The Charlatans - Who We Touch (CD, Album)

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  1. The Charlatans - Your Pure Soul Lyrics. That all the pretty ones come haunting me, I have deity and dignity. With your inner sense I'll comfort free, faizidatonsnterriniswellprepsankybors.coinfo hiding in this pro.
  2. Sep 14,  · Even when Who We Touch settles into a more measured stride, the slower tracks aren’t executed with the glum angst of the kind that might have appeared in their earlier work, though they do stray from the verse-chorus-verse template of the album’s opening salvo. The soaring “Intimacy” stands out for another spellbinding keyboard melody, while “Oh!” is a lawless assault on the.
  3. Who We Touch Tour Brixton Academy , an Album by The Charlatans. Released 22 October on Concert Live (catalog no. CLCD; CD). Genres: Baggy / Madchester, Indie Rock.
  4. CHARLATANS WHO WE TOUCH 2LP With a career that has already spanned two decades, The Charlatans released their album Who We Touch in Featuring twelve tracks, the album must surely rank as their boldest to date radically broadening, in places, their aesthetic remit. No less than 13 bonus tracks on this one.
  5. Sep 06,  · Who We Touch is the eleventh album by British alternative rock band The Charlatans, released on 6 September It was released in a standard version, and a two disc version which contained a second CD of early demos and alternative mixes of tracks from the standard album, plus some recordings that didn't make it on to the album/5(3).
  6. Your Pure Soul - Classic Charlatans organ-drenched rock-ballad. Best tune on album. Smash the System - Song is way too mellow to be about smashing the system; Also, seems like the title is supposed to make this a song about rebellion and smashing the system seems like a phrase that wore out its welcome over 20 years ago.4/5(6).
  7. Your Pure Soul Lyrics: Let all the pretty ones come on to me / I have deity and dignity / With your inner sense I'll come for free / But shutters hide me in this property / Let all the pretty ones.
  8. On a track-by-track basis, I'd say that I moderately enjoy about half of Who We Touch. "My Foolish Pride" and "Your Pure Soul" are amongst the catchiest tracks that the Charlatans have released since Wonderland, and those two standouts (as well as "Trust in Desire") prevent me from going any lower than stars for the album as a whole. Sadly, even those highlights feel pro forma and work best when I'm .

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