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Brave Captain - Distractions



Brave Captain Distractions
best of 2006Brave Captain - Distractions
(free MP3/WAV download) self-released, 2006-01-30

Tracklisting :
01. Whatever Happened To The Fingertipsaint? 4.33
02. I Don't Know Any Better 4.57
03. Punk Rock 7.36
04. Ocean 5.43
05. European Man 2.37
06. It's What We Make It 4.49
07. Oh You 4.33
08. Jerusalem (feat. Akira The Don) 4.48

Links :
Free album download on bravecaptain.co.uk

Artwork :
Brave Captain Distractions

Press Release :
distractions/bravecaptain's sixth album is a free download!

distractions sleevereleased 30 january 2006, distractions is bravecaptain's sixth album, and is available as a free download in wav and high quality mp3 formats.

we also have artwork for you to download to complete the package - either full artwork for use in a jewel case, or a simple insert for a soft plastic cd sleeve.

be sure to head over to the forum to leave your feedback on this release, and if you like what you hear check out the mp3 shop too.

note - wav files are very large (410Mb for the whole album) - please be very patient when downloading these files, especially during peak times.

to download, choose your preferred format and right-click the relevant buttons. enjoy!
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