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Waiting For The Day - Erasure - Chorus (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Erasure - Chorus - (3xCD Deluxe Hardback Book Album) + 4 Postcard SetOriginally released in , the classic Erasure album Chorus was the band’s fifth album and their 3rd UK number megalsaigenuadamath.xyzinfoered with a second CD of B-Sides, Remixes (including 4 new remixes) and Rarities plus a third CD containing live "Chorus" performances from the Phantasmagorical Entertainment megalsaigenuadamath.xyzinfo an exclusive pre-order.
  2. Pris: SEK. Scandinavian edition (Dutch pressing with "ncb" on labels). Printed inner sleeve. A1 Chorus A2 Waiting For The Day A3 Joan A4 Breath Of Fire A5 Am I R.
  3. It was only for a fight That I asked you to come in But you brought me tumbling down And the walls came caving in Won't you help me dry my tears Help me roll away the years Then perhaps I will forgive you And the hurt will disappear But in a fit of blind arrogance You.
  4. There were a couple of hits off Chorus including the title track but for me it's an album where any song could've been a single. My personal favourites are "Waiting For The Day", "Turns The Love To Anger", "Am I Right" and the magnificent closing track "Home"/5(78).
  5. Listen free to Erasure – Chorus (Chorus, Waiting for the Day and more). 10 tracks (). Erasure's fifth studio album, "Chorus" became Andy Bell and Vince Clarke third consecutive number-one album in the UK and includes four top-twenty hits. The album also made the Mercury Prize shortlist. Produced by Martyn Phillips and mixed by Dave Bascombe at Chateau Du Pape, the use of MIDI was.
  6. Waiting for the Day Lyrics: It was only for a fight / That I asked you to come in / But you brought me tumbling down / And the walls came caving in / Won't you help me dry my tears / Help me roll.
  7. rows · Watch the video for Waiting for the Day from Erasure's Chorus for free, and see the .
  8. Erasure would survive the early grunge years, releasing several more hits and topping the LP charts twice more before the arrival of Oasis and the guitar-based Britpop movement stalled their career with the release of their eponymously titled "Erasure" album in "Chorus" was .

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