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  1. Samugami

    5. Your Pure Soul 6. Sincerity 7. Trust In Desire 8. My Foolish Pride 9. Lips That Would Kiss Who We Touch Don't Mind Don't Know Where Or When Intimacy Throbbing Genesis Artist: The Charlatans Title: Who We Touch: Special Edition Store Date: 7 sep Upload Date: Label: Cooking Vinyl Genre: Rock Cover: complete artwork.
  2. Zulkiktilar

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  3. Kebei

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  4. Moogugul

    Who We Touch is where that all changes. On this album, the Charlatans recapture their sense of adventure, something that is immediately apparent once the album kicks off with the neo-shoegaze swirl of “Love Is Ending,” simultaneously the loudest and lightest they’ve been in years.8/
  5. Nir

    A triple-disc set capturing an October 22, show at the Brixton Academy, Who We Touch Tour finds the Charlatans in robust form as they run through a song set. Surprises, there are few: the big ‘90s hits anchor the show, providing context for the solid new songs from their quite strong LP Who We Touch, the group never lagging in momentum no matter how familiar or fresh a certain tune is.6/
  6. Kajas

    Sep 07,  · The most beautiful song from the new album Who We Touch (out now) The most beautiful song from the new album Who We Touch (out now) The Charlatans - Your Pure Soul YouTube; Trust in.
  7. Faezilkree

    Elsewhere, My Foolish Pride is a sweet, pastoral-bordering-on twee piano ballad. Your Pure Soul offers a lovely piece of woozy introspection, while Intimacy and Sincerity offer a pleasing electronic heart to the record, the former spooky and low-key, the latter a very game stab at Krautrock.4/5(19).
  8. Tojacage

    Your Pure Soul - Classic Charlatans organ-drenched rock-ballad. Best tune on album. Smash the System - Song is way too mellow to be about smashing the system; Also, seems like the title is supposed to make this a song about rebellion and smashing the system seems like a phrase that wore out its welcome over 20 years ago.4/5(6).
  9. Kigataxe

    Sep 06,  · Who We Touch is the eleventh album by British alternative rock band The Charlatans, released on 6 September It was released in a standard version, and a two disc version which contained a second CD of early demos and alternative mixes of tracks from the standard album, plus some recordings that didn't make it on to the album/5(3).

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