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Scumbag City - The Strypes - Little Victories (CD, Album)

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  1. The Strypes are back with the album Little Victories which sees the young Irish four-piece take an ever confident step forward from their acclaimed debut album Snapshot. The last two years have seen Josh, Ross, Evan and Pete tour around Europe, Australia, Japan and the US before returning to the studio to work on new music.
  2. Best The Strypes songs are curated in this music video playlist. Enjoy the greatest hits of The Strypes in this playlist. Check out other playlists for audio videos, live performances, interviews.
  3. The Strypes did not suffer from the second album syndrome, their music just keeps getting better and better. This collection of songs is an eclectic mix from blues to indie, with just a hint of rock. The album is an excellent addition to any record collection/5(68).
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  5. Aug 21,  · Scumbag City: Fill The Spaces In Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; UICR The Strypes: Little Victories ‎ (CD, Album, Dlx) Virgin EMI Records: UICR Japan: Sell This Version: The Strypes: Little Victories ‎ (LP, Album, ) Virgin EMI Records: UK & Europe: Sell This Version /5(7).
  6. Sep 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Strypes - (I Wanna Be Your) Everyday YouTube Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Holy Mountain (Official Music Video) - .
  7. Little Victories The Strypes. Scumbag City Lyrics. A Good Album Credits. Producers Bradley Spence & Charllie Russell. Writers Josh McClorey. More The Strypes albums.
  8. The Strypes were a 4-piece rock band from Cavan, Ireland, formed in by Ross Farrelly (lead vocals/harmonica), Josh McClorey (lead guitar/vocals), Pete O'Hanlon (bass guitar/harmonica) and Evan Walsh (drums). After several months gigging around their hometown, the band began playing clubs and pubs around Ireland, playing sets mixing original material with rhythm and blues covers.

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