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on 27 July 2007
Ah sweet Doherty. Tis is the original Killamangiro version that came out on the beloved radio in 2004 and not the Down in Albion version. It is more exciting and raw, with his strange poetic speech during the guitar solo part. 'Hate, can do without hate. I believe in love,' he moans.
Also, The Man Who Came To Stay should've been an A-song, it is wondrous all the way.
See it, taste it, lick it, witness the awsome artwork of Hannah on the album sleeve. Put ear to speaker and hear the sound...
Get it, you fiends!
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