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Cant Be Sure - The Sundays - Cant Be Sure (Vinyl)

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8 thoughts on “ Cant Be Sure - The Sundays - Cant Be Sure (Vinyl) ”

  1. Yogami says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Can't Be Sure on Discogs. Label: Rough Trade - RTT • Format: Vinyl 12 The Sundays - Can't Be Sure (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(67).
  2. Yolkis says:
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  4. Vorisar says:
    Buy Can't Be Sure [Original Issue] (12'') by The Sundays (12"). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Togar says:
    “Can’t Be Sure” was the debut single by The Sundays. It was the first single to be released from their album Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. The B-side was “I Kicked a Boy.
  6. Samusho says:
    SUNDAYS Vinyl Records and CDs: With a classic British Jangle Pop sound interwoven with Harriet Wheeler's siren singing, the Sundays wowed indie kids everywhere with their debut Reading, Writing & Arithmetic. Although they were more commercially successful for their gossamer cover of "Wild Horses," the Sundays could hold their own as.
  7. Zulugis says:
    The shimmering guitar work, something the Sundays are known for, is given more texture with stuff like brass and live drums. That texture adds to the achy-yet-full-bodied sound of the music. And the guitar riffs sound a bit more rhythmic, rather than airy and fluid/5(74).
  8. Vudokree says:
    I couldn't find this version anymore on Youtube, so I thought I'd put it up again.

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