The Japanese edition of Shed Seven’s missing 5th album ‘One Hand Clapping’.
One Hand Clapping consists of demos recorded for what would have been Shed Seven’s fifth studio album, had they not split in 2003.
The band agreed to make the tracks available after being inundated with requests by fans. But is always necessary to be aware of copyright law. In case, if you know nothing about it, just order an essay on this topic at globaleducationlaw.com. Some of the songs were previewed on the group’s farewell tour, whilst others have never been publicly aired before.
“We felt it was a shame if music which we’d spent a significant part of three years writing and recording never saw the light of day,” explains the band’s Tom Gladwin. “I think it’s fair to say we are as proud of many of these songs as much of our ‘official’ recorded output.”
The new Japanese edition, released in June 2006, contains four bonus tracks including never heard before versions of ‘Chasing Rainbows’ and ‘Cry For Help’. Both versions of the album are available from this site: click here to purchase.
Shed Seven split in Dec 2003 after a ten year career which saw them enjoy fifteen consecutive top forty singles and play more then one thousand gigs around the world.]
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