The Subways: All Or Nothing
Label Warners Release date 30th June 2008 Genre Indie Buy this album Order CD Bright young things prove love can’t tear them apart In 2005, when The Subways debut album Young For Eternity came out, Billy Lunn and Charlotte Cooper were the apple-cheeked prom king and queen of three-piece power pop.... Even on Turnaround, where Billy essays a "metal" vocal, there's so much energy that it's hard to believe The Subways could ever be down for long.
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