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Paul Weller's 2CD Deluxe Edition Of "Wake Up The Nation" Details!

Limited Edition 2CD Hardback Book of Paul Weller's new album 'Wake Up the Nation'. Contains exclusive liner notes by Irvine Welsh and never before seen photographs. Disc two features exclusive duets with Richard Hawley and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs plus brand new remixes.

Tracklisting

Disc One

1. Moonshine
2. Wake Up The Nation
3. No Tears To Cry
4. Fast Car / Slow Traffic
5. Andromeda
6. In Amsterdam
7. She Speaks
8. Find The Torch, Burn The Plans
9. Aim High
10. Trees
11. Grasp And Still Connect
12. Whatever Next
13. 7&3 Is The Strikers Name
14. Up The Dosage
15. Pieces Of A Dream
16. Two Fat Ladies

Disc Two

1. Tunng – She Speaks
2. Yeah Yeah Yeah's – Find The Torch Burn The Plans
3. The Bees – Grasp & Still Connect
4. Richard Hawley – Andromeda
5. Richard Hawley – No Tears To Cry
6. Larry Heard – Aim High
7. Amorphias – Aim High into Pieces of a Dream
8. Erland & The Carnival – Fast Car / Slow Traffic
9. Zinc – Wake Up The Nation

*The tracklisting for Disc 2 is subject to change

Info From Recordstore.co.uk

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