saint etienne home counties vinyl lp limited edition
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saint etienne home counties vinyl lp limited edition
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Home Counties

New Condition

$46.80

Special Limited Edition pre-order Copies from the artist’s webstore comes Issued with a 12″x12″ print of the artwork and a sheet of stickers and a hand stickered sleeve. Home Counties is Saint Etienne ninth studio album, recorded in the summer and autumn of 2016. The vinyl album comes as a double featuring 19 new recordings over 4 sides housed in beautiful gatefold sleeve with printed inners designed by artist Scott King. The vinyl album includes a special picture postcard with digital download code

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Sarah Cracknell says: “We had so much fun writing for this album, drawing influence from our teenage years growing up in the home counties. Bob, Pete and I led almost parallel lives while I was in Windsor and they were in Surrey, developing our passion for music and London. Shawn Lee was a joy to work with, he’s a wonderful multi-instrumentalist who seemed to have some kind of telepathy with us and translated our ideas perfectly. The record is quite varied in styles and brings together a little something from all our past albums whilst sounding completely new.”
Bob Stanley says “Suburbia’s anonymity is exactly why it’s a source of inspiration. They said it couldn’t happen here — and it didn’t.”
Whilst Pete added “We took a ride and ran with the dogs”
[this is a direct quotation of the lyrics from Pet Shop Boys’ “Suburbia”: ‘let’s take a ride, and run with the dogs tonight in Suburbia’]