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|ABB 164 SCDP||Grandaddy||A.M. 180 (CD, Single, Promo)||Big Cat||ABB 164 SCDP||UK||1998|
All tracks published by Genghis Music/deadlineless Music, sub published by BMG Music Publishing Limited except for Benelux by 2P's W Music.
℗ 1998 Will Records © 1998 Will Records. Licensed to Big Cat Records/V2 Music.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Big Cat Records.
V2 distributed: U.K - 3mv/Pinnacle, France - Sony Music, Germany/Austria - Rough Trade, Scandinavia - S.M.D., Eire - Record Services, Benelux - P.I.A.S., Italy - Universal.
Grandaddy A. 180 Under the Western Freeway. The Flaming Lips - She Don't Use Jelly Official. 180 is a song by American indie rock band Grandaddy from their debut studio album, Under the Western Freeway 1997. It was released as a single in 1998 by record label Will. It reached number 88 in the UK Singles Chart. 180 was featured prominently in the 2002 British film 28 Days Later. It is used as the opening theme music for the BBC Four television series, Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe. The song was used in a 2009 Dodge Journey advertisement. Текст песни: Dont change your name Keep it the same For fear I may lose you again I know you won. Produced by Jason Lytle. Album Under the Western Freeway. 180 Lyrics. Don't change your name Keep it the same For fear I may lose you again I know you won't It's just that I am unorganized And I want to find you when Something good happens. If you come down We'll go to town I haven't been there for years But I'd be fine Wasting our time Not doing anything here Just doing nothing. Watch the video for A. 180 from Grandaddy's Under The Western Freeway for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The song features on the album Under the Western Freeway, which was released in 1997. It was originally titled Rocket Like a Hurricane before release. In 2002, A. 180 was featured prominently in the British film 28 Days Later, and is also used as the title music for the BBC Four series Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe. The song has since been used on the television advert for Colin Murray's radio show on BBC Radio 1. Perhaps more bizarrely, read more. Grandaddy - A. Artist: Grandaddy. Album: Under the Western Freeway. A a. Don't change your name. This song is by Grandaddy and appears on the album Under the Western Freeway 1997. Don't change your name, keep it the sameFor fear I may lose you againI know you won't, it's just that I am unorganisedAnd I want to find you whenSomething good happens. If you come down we'll go to townI haven't been there for yearsBut I'd be fine wasting our timeNot doing anything hereJust doing nothing. Lyrics to 'A. 180' by Grandaddy: Don't change your name keep it the same For fear I may lose you again I know you wont its just that I am unorganised And I want to find you when something good happens If you come down we'. 180 es una canción de Grandaddy que se estrenó el 21 de octubre de 1998, este tema está incluido dentro del disco Under the Western Freeway. Letra 'A. Features Song Lyrics for Grandaddy's A. 180 album. For the Dishwasher Lyrics. Here Lyrics. Grandaddy Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review