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Wednesday Week


What We Had



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Alternative Rock



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Wednesday Week - What We Had album download


1 Why 3:10
2 Feel So Small 2:26
3 I Wonder What You Hear 4:01
4 Sometimes 2:33
5 I Thought 2:32
6 Missionary 4:15
7 If Only 2:41
8 Circle 2:45
9 All That Again 3:15
10 Suicide 2:57
11 Boy (You Got Me Good) 3:27
12 Looking Back 2:40
13 Forever 3:35

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Enigma Entertainment Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – The Enigma Entertainment Corporation


  • Producer – Don Dixon


Note: "Boy (You Got Me Good)" is not the same version as found on "WarFrat Tales" and it was not included on LP editions of "What We Had". This version is available on vinyl as the b-side of the "Why" single.

Also on LP (ST-73215) & cass. (4XT-73215). The CD itself was manufactured in South Korea.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 018777321525
  • Matrix / Runout: CDE 73215 1128 032 01 *
  • Label Code: LC5163
  • Other (SPARS code): AAD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST 73215 Wednesday Week What We Had ‎(LP, Album) Enigma Records ST 73215 US 1987
4D-256 Wednesday Week What We Had ‎(LP, Album) DRO, Enigma Records 4D-256 Spain 1987
32XB-150 Wednesday Week What We Had ‎(CD, Album) Enigma Records 32XB-150 Japan 1987
ST-73215 Wednesday Week What We Had ‎(LP, Album) Enigma Records ST-73215 Canada 1986
ALI-28036 Wednesday Week What We Had ‎(LP, Promo) Enigma Records , Alfa ALI-28036 Japan 1986

What We Had ‎(LP, Album). Enigma Records (3). ST 73215. What We Had ‎(CD, Album). CDE-73215. UK, Europe & US. 1987.

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In 1984, Wednesday Week became a four-piece when Tom Alford came on board as lead guitarist, and David Nolte took over for Alford in 1985. This lineup of Wednesday Week lasted for two years, and appeared on their first full-length album, What We Had, which was produced by Don Dixon and released by Enigma Records in 1987

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