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High As The Ceiling - Stereophonics - You Gotta Go There To Come Back (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. You Gotta Go There to Come Back is the fourth studio album by alternative rock band Stereophonics. Produced by Kelly Jones and released on V2 in , this LP became their third consecutive album to top the UK chart, selling , copies in its first week alone.
  2. Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind) 2. Maybe Tomorrow 3. Madame Helga 4. You Stole My Money Honey 5. Getaway 6. Climbing the Wall 7. Jealousy 8. I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There to Come Back) 9. Nothing Precious at All Rainbows and Pots of Gold I Miss You Now High as the Ceiling Since I Told You It's Over/5(89).
  3. You Stole My Money Honey: 5: Getaway: 6: Climbing The Wall: 7: Jealousy: 8: I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There To Come Back) 9: Nothing Precious At All: Rainbows And Pots Of Gold: I Miss You Now: High As The Ceiling: Since I Told You It's Over: Lying To Myself Again/5(4).
  4. "Madame Helga" is a single from the Stereophonics album You Gotta Go There to Come Back. It was inspired by the band's stay at Helga's Folly while they were on tour in Sri Lanka. The folly itself is owned by a woman called Helga Desilva Blow Perera and .
  5. Shop You Gotta Go There to Come Back [LP] VINYL at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Price Match Guarantee.
  6. You Gotta Go There to Come Back isn't an album without musical ideas. It sees Stereophonics pushing their sound way beyond their humble beginnings. If they had the compositional chops to back these ideas up, the album could be very strong indeed.
  7. Jun 02,  · High As The Ceiling Lyrics: Come on get up high as the ceiling, get up on the floor / Think I lost my mind and my feeling, been there all before / Find my way / .
  8. You Gotta Go There to Come Back is one of those Stereophonics albums which has very little about it to make it stand out from all the other Stereophonics albums aside from its slightly wordier song titles (and use of parentheses). Stereophonics had to plumb these depths in order for Language.
  9. Which is ironic, because ‘You Gotta Go There To Come Back’ is probably the most perversely, accidentally hip Stereophonics album to date. If raw headbanger blues is the mood of the moment.

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