Midway Still - Better Than Before album download
|A||Better Than Before|
|B||In Front Of You|
- Engineer – Paul Tipler
- Mixed By – Don Fleming, Paul Tipler
- Producer – Don Fleming
- Sleeve – Hazel
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5017161002298
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|HYPE 15CD||Midway Still||Better Than Before (CD, Single)||Roughneck Recording Company||HYPE 15CD||UK & Europe||1992|
|HYPE 15T||Midway Still||Better Than Before (12")||Roughneck Recording Company||HYPE 15T||UK||1992|
Midway Still - craggy, melodic punk from Kent, England. Life's Too Long was the second album from the band, who broke up shortly after its release (but ended up releasing a new album 17 years later). Released in 1993 by Roughneck Records.
Better Than Before - EP. Midway Still. Your browser does not support the audio element. In Front of You. I Won't Try.
Where's Your Sunshine? Прослушать Скачать 03:36. Прослушать Скачать 03:00. Better Than Before Live. Прослушать Скачать 04:10.
Better Than Before Lyrics. I’m doing better, better than before And I wrote you this letter, but I left it on the floor Saying I don’t even miss you, don’t need you no more Cause I’m doing better, better than before Better than before. Better Than Before" Track Info. Release Date November 16, 2011.
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semix Speaking of still, do still better,better still and better yet have similar meaning? - Sergio Rodrigues (iro) June 26, 2012. Here's what each of them means: Still better.
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