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2009 sophomore album from the British Alt-Rock quintet. The Twang were the subject of intense debate on their emergence in 2007 with the NME declaring them 'The best new band in Britain'. Two years from that explosion of interest, the band return with an album that draws on those experiences, both good and bad, and marks a more mature and soulful set of songs. Having avoided the classic second album syndromes of writing about tour buses or developing neuroses about their public perception, the lyrics of singers Phil Etheridge and Saunders and bassist Jon Watkin deal instead with the familiar and, at times, brutally personal experiences of the band their friends and their lovers. Naming the album, Jewellery Quarter, after the area rapidly becoming the cultural powerhouse of the second city and home to both the band's studio, is a marker that this is very much an album made by Birmingham. 12 tracks. B-Unique.

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1) Took the Fun
2) Barney Rubble
3) Twit Twoo
4) Put It on the Dancefloor
5) May I Suggest
6) Encouraging Sign
7) Got No Interest
8) Back Where We Started
9) Answer My Call
10) Live the Life
11) Williamsburg
12) Another Bus

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