Tangled - Nick Heyward

Tangled
After the success of 1993 s From Monday To Sunday
album Nick Heyward returned with Tangled in 1995. Originally released
by Epic Records, like its predecessor it was well received by fans and
critics alike. The album included the hits singles Rollerblade and The
World and a further non-album EP A Hard Days Nick , featuring covers of
Beatles tracks.This reissue has been personally overseen by Nick
and expanded from its original 14 track form to include a further 10
rare b-sides and the aforementioned A Hard Days Nick EP. It also
features a newly created 16 page booklet with notes from Nick and rare
previously unseen photos from Nick’s archive.Nick is currently
recording a new solo album for release next year and will be playing a
special one off gig at London’s Cecil Sharp House on 31st July to
promote this reissue.. He will also be playing with a reformed Haircut
One Hundred later in the year to celebrate their 30th Anniversary.
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Code: CDMRED508
Weight: 200
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Original Album - Kill Another Day / Blinded / Backdated / She Says She Knows / The World / Carry On Loving / I Love The Things You Know I Don’ T Know / Can’t Explain / Believe In Me / Rollerblade® * / The Breadwinnder / London / She’s Another Girl / 1961 / bonus tracks - Mr. Shirt & Tie (b-side) / Friday (b-side) / Better Place (b-side) / Famous Man (b-side) / If I Needed Someone (B-Side) / Nowhere Man (B-Side) / If I Needed Someone (B-Side) / Kite (Acoustic) / Caravan (acoustic) / Fantastic Day (Acoustic)
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