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Traitor - The Sugarcubes - Lifes Too Good (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 21,  · From the album - Life's Too Good () From the album - Life's Too Good () Skip navigation 16 videos Play all The Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good - Album (HD) Dominic Smullen; Army of Me.
  2. Label: One Little Indian - tplp5 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Green Cover • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Leftfield, Indie Rock The Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good (, Green Cover, Vinyl) | /5().
  3. The album reached #70 on the Billboard , #15 on the UK Albums Chart and #1 on the UK Indie Albums chart. The album wasn't as well received by critics as their critically acclaimed debut album, Life's Too Good, and was criticized for Einar's greater vocal contribution/5(11).
  4. Rare is the debut that displays such fully formed talent as Iceland's Sugarcubes' first album. Highlighted by the Cocteau Twins -influenced single "Birthday," two other provocative singles, "Deus" and "Coldsweat," and by the incredible vocal gymnastics of Björk Gudmundsdottir, Life's Too Good brilliantly shows a new band staking out its own sonic space/5(73).
  5. Sugarcubes Lifes Too Good F***ing In Rhythm And Sorrow a divorced lady arrives home from a bar, guess what she sees? there is a naked person in my flat he's got a weird expression on his face! oh my god and jesus as well, what .
  6. Watch the video for Traitor from The Sugarcubes's Life's Too Good for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album Life's Too Good. The Sugarcubes. , listeners. 3 more albums featuring this track Lyrics. We can't show you this lyrics snippet right now.
  7. out of 5 stars An almost perfect album. Reviewed in the United States on October 3, Verified Purchase. One of my favorite albums of the 80s. Over the years, I've lived one of snore song from this album that I hadn't really paid attention to previously. Moma is definitely my fav these days/5(73).
  8. Apr 24,  · Formed in , in Reykjavík, Iceland, The Sugarcubes’ claim to popularity in their home-country and credit for being a part of the entire Post-Punk New Wave/Alternative Rock genre may be encapsulated in their three-album studio discography: ’s Life’s Too Good; the ensuing year’s follow-up, Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!; and the.

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