The sports - how come? -- Chords figured out by AD From the Sports album "Sondra" Written by Stephen Cummings and Andrew Pendlebury --. Bm Em F Jump on the bus that takes me to your flat Bm D Up three flights of stairs, it's so convenient G Bm C Bm Make no mistake, no I can't quite explain G Bm C Bm Em F But if you don't leave now we'll miss our train. D G A N/A (mute) How come, how come, how, how come - you've been telling lies? D G A N/A (mute) How come, how come, how, how come - little secret alibis. D G A N/A (mute) How come, how come, how,.
How Far We've Come" is a song by American alternative rock group Matchbox Twenty. It was released in September 2007 as the lead single from their retrospective collection, Exile on Mainstream, which was released on October 2, 2007. The music video premiered on VH1's Top 20 Countdown on September 1, 2007. The CD single comes with two live covers as B-sides; "Remedy" by The Black Crowes and "Modern Love" by David Bowie.
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That was how big this album is but at this point it seems I'm repeating myself and ranting off-topic'. The band originated from Sweden and though they did create a new sound, they never really had a full life with only 2 CD's and a DVD. This one is more about post-hardcore while the one before this was a raw hardcore album. One thing you might find strange is the synths in the songs. To be honest, I could go through every song and say how great it is but I recommend those I mentioned.
Work on this album produced material that went in several directions, and subsequently the band are planning to release a swift follow-up called Notes on a Conditional Form in May 2019. Tracks heard so far are lead single Give Yourself A Try and fellow Top 40 hit E along with Love It If We Made It and Sincerity Is Scary – all of which point to an eclectic, atmospheric pair of albums. When you've been in the game 30 years, fans want to hear the hits, and the ever canny Take That have come up with a novel idea to celebrate three decades of pop classics. Odyssey is a greatest hits album with a difference – the band, now a trio, have reimagined some of their hugest hits with producer Stuart Price, who was behind their mega-selling Progress, which reunited all five original members.
John Darnielle offers up a concept album based on Biblical verses, and the theme leads to an intense collection of songs that yields more with every listen. But he's never been as explicit about the Bible as on The Life of the World to Come, 12 songs about "hard lessons" he learned from specific verses. Thankfully he's not a pedant about it, and his songs aren't songs of praise. He's a lapsed Catholic and professed nonbeliever who told Pitchfork he still chants the Hare Krishna.
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Engineer – Gerry NixonProducer – Cameron AllanWritten-By – Pendelbury*, Cummings*
Engineer – Jimbo*Producer – Jimbo*, Martin ArmigerWritten-By – Armiger*, Cummings*
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Mixed At – EMI Studios 301
- Recorded At – AAV
- Recorded By – AAV Mobile Recording Unit
- Published By – Mushroom
NotesTrack A Rec. AAV Melbourne, Australia
Mixed at Studio 301 Sydney, Australia
Track B Recorded live by AAV Mobile
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MX-57559
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MX-57560
|K-8237, K8237||The Sports||How Come (7", Single, Ltd)||Mushroom, Mushroom||K-8237, K8237||Australia||1981|