Tales From Turnpike House

£ 19.99


The seventh studio album by Saint Etienne. It is a concept album in which the songs depict characters who all live in the eponymous block of flats in London. The album features two tracks co-written and produced by Xenomania (Lightning Strikes Twice and Stars Above Us) as well as a guest vocal from 1970s pop star David Essex on 'Relocate.' Essex had earlier appeared on the Saint Etienne album So Tough via sampled dialogue from the 1973 film 'That'll Be the Day.'

Sun In My Morning
Milk Bottle Symphony
Lightning Strikes Twice
Slow Down At The Castle
A Good Thing
Side Streets
Last Orders For Gary Stead
Stars Above Us
The Birdman Of EC1
Teenage Winter
Format: LP
Label: Heavenly [PIAS]
Catalogue numbers: HVNLP80

Phonographic Copyright (p)-Saint Etienne Limited
Copyright (c)-Saint Etienne Limited
Licensed To-[PIAS]
Recorded At-Cat Music (5)
Recorded At-Needham Sound
Recorded At-The Old Vicarage
Mastered At-The Exchange
Published By-Warner/Chappell
Published By-Kobalt
Published By-Joseph Webster Ltd
Pressed By-Optimal Media GmbH
Lacquer Cut At-Optimal Media GmbH

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout-BH84815-01 A1 SJ HVNLP80
Matrix / Runout-BH84815-01 B1 SJ HVNLP80
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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