Frank Turner - Sleep Is For The Week

NME.COM feature on Frank Turner - Sleep Is For The Week album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.

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Frank Turner - Sleep Is For The Week: Wikipedia Album Entry

Sleep Is for the Week is the debut album by UK based songwriter Frank Turner, released on January 15th 2007 via Xtra Mile Recordings.
The general reception by the music press was largely positive. The artwork for the album sleeve was drawn by Chris Pell.

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