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Originally released on A&M Records in June 1992, Change Everything reached No 2 in the UK charts and spawned four Top 30 singles - This re- issue faithfully replicates the original 1992 A&M UK release and is pressed onto high quality 180gm vinyl. Change Everything is an apposite title for this album, the first since Waking Hours, their breakthrough record which had appeared in 1989. Starting off as a janglesome Scottish indie group, Del Amitri had developed into a west- coast influenced leftfield pop act, and now with the wind of success in their hair (after the protracted build of Waking Hours), the group - Justin Currie, Iain Harvie, David Cummings, Andy Alston and Brian McDermott - paired up with producer Gil Norton and crafted a handsome rock album to capitalise on their success.
Originally released on A&M Records in June 1992, Change Everything reached No 2 in the UK charts and spawned four Top 30 singles - This re- issue faithfully replicates the original 1992 A&M UK release and is pressed onto high quality 180gm vinyl. Change Everything is an apposite title for this album, the first since Waking Hours, their breakthrough record which had appeared in 1989. Starting off as a janglesome Scottish indie group, Del Amitri had developed into a west- coast influenced leftfield pop act, and now with the wind of success in their hair (after the protracted build of Waking Hours), the group - Justin Currie, Iain Harvie, David Cummings, Andy Alston and Brian McDermott - paired up with producer Gil Norton and crafted a handsome rock album to capitalise on their success.
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Change Everything [180 Gram] (Uk)
Artist: Del Amitri
Format: Vinyl
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Originally released on A&M Records in June 1992, Change Everything reached No 2 in the UK charts and spawned four Top 30 singles - This re- issue faithfully replicates the original 1992 A&M UK release and is pressed onto high quality 180gm vinyl. Change Everything is an apposite title for this album, the first since Waking Hours, their breakthrough record which had appeared in 1989. Starting off as a janglesome Scottish indie group, Del Amitri had developed into a west- coast influenced leftfield pop act, and now with the wind of success in their hair (after the protracted build of Waking Hours), the group - Justin Currie, Iain Harvie, David Cummings, Andy Alston and Brian McDermott - paired up with producer Gil Norton and crafted a handsome rock album to capitalise on their success.
        
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