Graham Coxon - Love Travels At Illegal Speeds
NME.COM feature on Graham Coxon - Love Travels At Illegal Speeds album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 13 March 2006
What was that band he used to be in again?
One of the most abiding memories of Britpop, more so than Noel quaffing champers with a fresh-faced Tony Blair and more so than Jarvis’ Jacko-baiting at the Brits, is Blur’s performance of ‘Country House’ on Top Of The Pops. They were the victors of this greatest-ever chart battle: Damon Albarn avoiding the grasps of teenage girls, his competitive urges satiated, albeit temporarily;...
- Mar 10, 2006
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Standing On My Own Again
- I Can't Look At Your Skin
- Don't Let Your Man Know
- Just A State Of Mind
- You & I
- Gimme Some Love
- I Don't Wanna Go Out
- Don't Believe Anything I Say
- Tell It Like It Is
- Flights To The Sea (Lovely Rain)
- What's He Got?
- You Always Let Me Down
- See A Better Day
O2 Academy Oxford Friday, April 13
- Apr 30, 2012
Enough energy and sour synth-pop to spook The Horrors
- Mar 30, 2012
A far darker affair
- Feb 10, 2012
Music stars lament potential loss of high street and share memories of retailer
Kingsley, played by Joe Thomas, will perform the song on tonight's episode (November 20)
The bands will be playing in East London as part of the Oxjam fundraiser
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