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Limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on crystal clear vinyl. Silver Town is the 1989 studio album by The Men They Couldn't Hang, a British folk punk group formed in 1984. The band were well known in the UK punk scene, sharing connections with David Bowie, The Pogues and Stiff Little Fingers. Silver Town is their fourth studio album, of which several singles were released, including "A Place in the Sun" and "Rain Steam & Speed". "Rosettes" was meant to be released as a single as well, but it was cancelled after the Hillsbourough disaster, as the song discusses hooligan culture.
Limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on crystal clear vinyl. Silver Town is the 1989 studio album by The Men They Couldn't Hang, a British folk punk group formed in 1984. The band were well known in the UK punk scene, sharing connections with David Bowie, The Pogues and Stiff Little Fingers. Silver Town is their fourth studio album, of which several singles were released, including "A Place in the Sun" and "Rain Steam & Speed". "Rosettes" was meant to be released as a single as well, but it was cancelled after the Hillsbourough disaster, as the song discusses hooligan culture.
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Silver Town [Clear Vinyl] (Gate) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Men They Couldn't Hang
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Rosettes
2. A Place in the Sun
3. Homefires
4. Diamonds, Gold and Fur
5. Company Town
6. Lobotomy, Gets 'Em Home
7. Blackfriars Bridge
8. Rain, Steam and Speed
9. Down All the Days
10. Hellfire ; Damnation
11. El Vaquero

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Limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on crystal clear vinyl. Silver Town is the 1989 studio album by The Men They Couldn't Hang, a British folk punk group formed in 1984. The band were well known in the UK punk scene, sharing connections with David Bowie, The Pogues and Stiff Little Fingers. Silver Town is their fourth studio album, of which several singles were released, including "A Place in the Sun" and "Rain Steam & Speed". "Rosettes" was meant to be released as a single as well, but it was cancelled after the Hillsbourough disaster, as the song discusses hooligan culture.
        
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