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  1. Vudosar
    Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, an Album by The Sundays. Released in on Parlophone (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jangle Pop, Indie Pop.
  2. Kerg
    Sundays - Reading Writing and Arithmetic - CD tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.xyzinfo Like the album's title, this music is about the basics. This seminal release from rerouted pop music for several years, and for the better/5(79).
  3. Mazukasa
    Oct 15,  · It was sort of like their "What I Am." It was just as overplayed as Edie Brickell. But the album was awesome. The album also included "Can't Be Sure," "Skin & Bones," "A Certain Someone" and "Hideous Towns." I listened to this album a lot. As soon as I put it on it brings my right back to The Sundays went on to put out two more albums.
  4. Marisar
    The references to Cocteau Twins go beyond the album cover, but the british dream-pop band breaks out of their cage with a very charming and beautiful indie-pop record that takes everything they learned from Elizabeth and Guthrie and translates those experimental tendencies to the youthful age of the late 80s.
  5. Vudogore
    Reading, Writing and Arithmetic is the debut studio album by English alternative rock band The Sundays. It was released in on Rough Trade Records in the United Kingdom, and on DGC Records in the United States. The album's title is a reference to the band's hometown, Reading, Berkshire.5/5(52).
  6. Daizil
    Completing the exclusive RSD vinyl reissues of the entire Sundays catalog, we present their debut album "Reading, Writing and Arithmetic." Featuring the most loved track "Here's Where The Story Ends." RIAA Certified Gold album in the US. gram vinyl. Out of print since
  7. Minris
    The Sundays "A Certain Someone": Live your life, have your say Read your stars, album: "Reading, Writing, And Arithmetic" () Skin & Bones. Here's Where The Story Ends. Can't Be Sure. I Won. Hideous Towns. You're Not The Only One I Know. A Certain Someone. I .
  8. Vogar
    The Sundays are a conspicuous exception to that rule. The lovely Harriet Wheeler is unmistakably the center of the band, but she's more than a pretty face; almost twenty-five years after the release of Reading, Writing, And Arithmetic, her singing remains nearly unrivaled amongst indie rock bands.
  9. Mezim
    Format: CD, Year: , Label: DGC Records (9 ), Barcode: , Length:

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