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9 thoughts on “ Nothing Is Wrong - Gomez - Split The Difference (CD, Album) ”

  1. Get all the lyrics to songs on Split the Difference and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  2. Nov 28,  · This is the song number 1. Split the Difference is the album by UK band Gomez. It is their fourth studio album. While Gomez's first three albums .
  3. Split the Difference is the fourth studio album by English indie rock band Gomez released on by Hut Records. Production on the album was overseen by the band and Tchad Blake, known for producing albums by artists such as Tom Waits and Crowded House.
  4. Split The Difference (Limited Edition) ‎ (CD, Album, Copy Prot., Ltd) Hut Recordings, Hut Recordings, Hut Recordings , 5 2 4, /5(8).
  5. Jan 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Nothing Is Wrong · Gomez Split The Difference ℗ Virgin Records Ltd Released on: Producer: Gomez Associated Performer, Performer: Ian.
  6. Split the Difference is the forth studio album by English indie rock band Gomez released on by Hut Records. Production on the album was overseen by the band and Tchad Blake, known for producing albums by artists such as Tom Waits and Crowded House.
  7. Gomez's "Split The Difference" is a great indie rock album with a lot of catchy and fun tunes. Tom Gray and Ben Ottewell do a very goob job on the vocals, though they're not perfect. One of them (I'm not sure which one is which) has a really good voice, but the other has a rough voice which is a little questionable/5(44).
  8. WebSite: Album Preview Split the Difference, the fourth album from Gomez, is a real return to basics for the band. The rampant sonic experimentalism that characterized In Our Gun is largely absent (although there are some excellent details down in the mix) in favor of some straight-up rock & roll.
  9. "Split the Difference" (13 tracks, 50 min.) is a return to the all out rock'n'roll that brought the acclaim. The album starts off with a blasting "Do One" and doesn't let up from there. "Where Ya Going" reminds me of early-Pearl Jam, just great/5(44).

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