Band Name Sneaky Feelings. Album Name Husband House. Type EP. Data de aparición 1985. Labels Flying Nun Records. Estilo MusicalIndie Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Released on 12" vinyl. 2. The Strange And Conflicting Emotions Of Separation and Betrayal.
Band Name Sneaky Feelings. Released date 1985. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album0.
Sentimental Education is an album by the New Zealand group, Sneaky Feelings. First released as an LP in 1986, it was re-released with extra tracks as a CD the following year. Several of these extra tracks had previously been released as singles, including the band's biggest single, "'Husband House". Tracks marked with an asterisk were not on the original vinyl release. Side A. All You've Done 2:37. I'm Not Going To Let Her Bring Me Down 3:04.
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The Strange and Conflicting Feelings of Separation and Betrayal. The version of "Backroom" released on this album is a completely different recording to that which had earlier been on the Dunedin Double EP. The version of "Amnesia" is also a different version to the original release of the song (as the B-side of the "Be My Friend" single).
Sneaky Feelings – Husband House. Label: Flying Nun Records – FEEL 2. Format: Vinyl, 12". Country: New Zealand. Drums, Vocals, Glockenspiel – Martin Durrant. Producer – Phil Yule, Sneaky Feelings. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Percussion – David Pine. Recorded at Mascot Studios.
Written-By – Matthew Bannister
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Written-By – D. Pine*
Written-By – Martin Kean, Matthew Bannister