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  • Artist: The Courteeners Genre: Rock Release Date: 04/06/ Label: Ignition Records Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD Note: A newly recorded & unplugged version of the debut album.
  • St. Jude (album) St. Jude is the debut studio album by British indie rock band The Courteeners. It was released through Polydor on 7 April There is also a special edition album which includes a second disc of acoustic versions of songs which feature on the actual album. Though the album was received to average reviews from critics.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for St. Jude - Courteeners on AllMusic - - The long-awaited debut by neo-Brit-pop quartet.
  • St. Jude is the debut studio album by British indie rock band The nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.coinfo was released through Polydor on 7 April There is also a special edition album which includes a second disc of acoustic versions of songs which feature on the actual album.
  • Album UK UK Indie SCO; "Cavorting" 4 18 St. Jude "Acrylic" 44 — 17 Non-album single "What Took You So Long?" 20 — 7 St. Jude "Not Nineteen Forever" 19 — 10 BPI: Platinum "No You Didn't, No You Don't" 35 — 6 "That Kiss" 36 — 4 Non-album single "You Overdid It Doll" 28 — 24 Falcon "Take Over the World"
  • Courteeners - St. Jude: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Aftershow: A2: Cavorting: A3: Bide Your Time: A4: What Took You So Long: A5: Please Don't: A6: If It Wasn't For Me: B1: No You Didn't, No You Don't See more tracks.
  • Aftershow firmly sets the tone straight from the off. Following a gentle four-note guitar strum, the drums come charging in and we are well away. Welcome to St Jude. The frantic, short-sharp aggressive pace continues into Cavorting, quickly followed by Bide Your Time. But The Courteeners aren’t all about loud, multi-layered, snappy tunes.
  • Limited gm vinyl LP pressing. release. Courteeners mark the 10th anniversary of their debut album with a newly recorded and unplugged version of the seminal record - St. Jude Re: Wired - produced by Liam and Joe Cross/5(7).