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This Et Al - Of National Importance / The Mother Position album download
Performer: This Et Al
Title: Of National Importance / The Mother Position
Released: 2007
Style: Indie Rock
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC APE VOC AUD DMF WMA MP1 VQF
FLAC size: 1387 mb | MP3 size: 1823 mb | WMA size: 1791 mb
Genre: Rock

This Et Al formed in Bradford in November 2002. All of their releases enjoyed airtime on MTV2, as well as BBC Radio 1 and XFM. They toured with Minus The Bear, Scarling. Amusement Parks On Fire and ¡Forward, Russia!, and also appeared at the Download Festival and Leeds Festival. After a run of sold out singles and heavy touring for several years, the band released their debut album, Baby Machine, in a limited pressing in 2006 before a. wider release on 9 April 2007. Of National Importance" b/w "The Mother Position" - (2007). a b c "Local Bands: This Et Al", BBC Leeds.

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