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Graham Coxon - A+E Album


Graham Coxon





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Alternative Rock



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Graham Coxon - A+E Album


1Seven Naked Valleys
Organ – Ben Hillier, Graham
2Knife In The Cast
3Bah Singer
4Running For Your Life
Vocals [Screams] – Essy Syed, Lucy Parnell, Pepper Coxon, Poppy & The Jezebels, Sabira Hud, Tanyel Vahdettin
5Running For You
7The Truth
8City Hall
9Short Film
10 CD
11What´ll It Take
Synthesizer [Juno 6], Bass Drum – Ben Hillier
12Live From The
13Meet And Drink And Pollinate
Synthesizer, Cowbell – Ben Hillier
14Seven Naked
15The Scenes
16Ooh, Yeh Yeh
18Track By Track
19What'll It


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5099960278418, P602 7841Graham Coxon A+E ‎(LP, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone5099960278418, P602 7841Europe2012
5099960278425Graham Coxon A+E ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, PAL)Parlophone5099960278425Europe2012
5099932773125, P327 7312Graham Coxon A+E ‎(CD, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone5099932773125, P327 7312Europe2012
WPCR-50351Graham Coxon A+E ‎(CD, Album, RE)ParlophoneWPCR-50351JapanUnknown
5099932773125, P327 7312Graham Coxon A+E ‎(CD, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone5099932773125, P327 7312Australia2012


  • EngineerFerg Peterkin
  • Engineer [Assistant]Joe Rodgers, Matt Wiggins
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass, DrumsGraham Coxon
  • Mastered ByBunt Stafford-Clark
  • Mixed ByBen Hillier
  • Photography By [Front Cover Image & Photo Manipulation]Graham
  • Photography By [Other Photos]Tom Beard
  • ProducerBen Hillier
  • Written-ByGraham Coxon


Japanese version, extra DVD


  • Barcode: 4 988006 892941


  • Recorded At – The Pool, London
  • Mastered At – Pierce Rooms
  • Published By – BMG Rights Management UK
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Emi Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Emi Records Ltd.



AE is the eighth studio album by British singer-songwriter Graham Coxon, released on 2 April 2012 through Parlophone. The album was made as a reaction against Coxon's prior album, The Spinning Top, which consisted of psychedelic folk songs. AE, on the other hand, consists of pop rock songs. Coxon, who is also the guitarist of Blur, recorded 21 songs during the album's two-month-long recording process with producer Ben Hillier. The 11 songs that did not make it onto AE were divided into a separate. AE - Graham Coxon. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Graham Coxon - AE 2012. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. Graham Coxon. Songs in album Graham Coxon - AE 2012. Graham Coxon - Advice. Graham Coxon - City Hall. Graham Coxon - What'll It Take. Graham Coxon - Meet And Drink And Pollinate. Graham Coxon - The Truth. Graham Coxon - Seven Naked Valleys. Graham Coxon - Running For Your Life. Graham Coxon - Bah Singer. Graham Coxon - Knife In The Cast. AE - the new album from Graham Coxon - Out Now. Nancy Wilson - You Don't Know How Glad I Am The End us know what you think of the 10 tracks sampled here and read Miranda Sawyer's Observer interview with Graham free to Graham Coxon AE Advice, City Hall and more. 10 tracks 47:56. Released April 2, 2012. AE Tracklist. Advice Lyrics. A E, reference to Accident and Emergency rooms, was made as a contrast to his previous album. 21 tracks were initially recorded whereas only 10 made it onto the final album. Ae q&a. Producers Ben Hillier. Writers Graham Coxon. More Graham Coxon albums. Graham Leslie Coxon born 12 March 1969 is an English musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and painter who came to prominence as a founding member of the rock band Blur. As the group's lead guitarist and secondary vocalist, Coxon is featured on all eight of Blur's studio albums although 2003's Think Tank only features his playing on one track, due to his temporary departure from the band during recording sessions for the album. He has also led a solo career since 1998. As well as. On his raw and visceral eighth solo LP, Graham Coxon takes us back to when he was revered as Blur's experimental weirdo. There was a time- 1997-2001, to be precise- when Graham Coxon was revered as the experimental weirdo in Blur: the media-shy, anti-pop provocateur who forced the most quintessentially British of Britpop bands to toss out their Jam and Kinks records and tune into the more dissonant frequencies of Pavement and Sonic Youth

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