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Heres Where The Story Ends - The Sundays - Reading, Writing And Arithmetic (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Kar says:
    "Here's Where the Story Ends" is a song by English alternative rock band The Sundays, released as the second single from their debut album Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. It has been categorized as jangle pop. Although it was the Sundays' biggest hit internationally, topping the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart for one week, the track was never released as a single in the group's native United Kingdom due to .
  2. Zugor says:
    The Sundays gave jangle pop a new lease on life with this seminal release from The album is full of shiny pop gems propelled by shuffling rhythms, chiming guitars and Harriet Wheeler's languid, lilting vocals. "Here's Where the Story Ends" and "My Finest Hour" are highlights.
  3. Fetaxe says:
    The Sundays ‎– Reading, Writing And Arithmetic. Label: DGC ‎– M5G C, Rough Trade ‎– M5G C/5(3).
  4. Kazilrajas says:
    Track: Here’s Where The Story Ends | Artist: The Sundays | Album: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.
  5. Zulkigor says:
    The Sundays were an influential British indie group of the late s and s, formed in and hailing from London, United Kingdom. Singer Harriet Wheeler and guitarist David Gavurin formed the band in college at Bristol, soon adding bassist Paul Brindley and drummer Patrick Hannan. Comparisons were drawn with original label-mates The Smiths, and bands such as Cocteau Twins, and 10,
  6. Mikataxe says:
    2 here’s where the story ends A much more trad-sounding shuffle that echoes the “new Morrissey/Marr” comparisons, mainly due to Gavurin’s guitar. Seems to be about another doomed fling, though the progress of words from “It’s that little souvenir of a terrible year” to “ of a colourful year” suggests all shame is eventually.
  7. Tataxe says:
    Nov 15,  · "Here's Where the Story Ends" is a song by English alternative rock band The Sundays, released as the second single from their debut album Reading, Writing, .
  8. Faukus says:
    Their first album, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, was released in , along with their next single "Here's Where the Story Ends". The album was a UK Top 5 hit. With Rough Trade's financial troubles and the band's decision to manage themselves, The Sundays' next single, "Goodbye", did not emerge until Their next album, Blind, arrived the same year, reaching the UK Top

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