Graham Coxon - The Sky Is Too High

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Album Review

Release date: 31 January 2005

Graham Coxon - The Sky Is Too High

The Sky Is Too High

The others were more predictable....

THE OTHERS WERE MORE predictable. Damon's solo album: a triple opus rock opera called Darren , the story of a deaf, dumb and asthmatic accountant from Colchester. Alex's solo album: ironic footie chants called 'Here We Go, Here We Go, Here We Go (Down Groucho's With Stephen Fry)'. Dave's solo album: the theme from Jimbo , but with more drumming. But...

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