The Fine Art Of Surfacing - The Boomtown Rats Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: The Boomtown Rats / Original recording remastered / Audio CD released 2005-02-07 at Commercial Marketing / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Someone's Looking At You 2 Diamond Smiles 3 Wind Chill Factor (Minus Z ... more
The Fine Art Of Surfacing - The Boomtown Rats ... (Minus Zero)
4 Having My Picture Taken
5 Sleep (Fingers Lullaby)
6 I Don't Like Mondays
7 Nothing Happened Today
8 Keep It Up
9 Nice N Neat
10 When The Night Comes
11 Episode #3
12 Real Different
13 How Do You Do ?
14 Late Last Night
15 Nothing Happened Today
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