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Dry Land (CD)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the 1987 album Dry Land by How We Live. How We Live was formed in 1985 by vocalist and keyboard player Steve Hogarth and guitarist Colin Woore in 1985. Both musicians had previously been in the new wave band The Europeans. Signing to the CBS imprint Portrait Records, Dry Land was the band's sole album. Issued in 1987, the album was a fine collection of melodic and imaginative rock music that, despite featuring some excellent songs, somehow failed to make any commercial headway. By 1988 a disillusioned Steve Hogarth was considering abandoning music when he was invited to replace Fish as vocalist in the Progressive Rock band Marillion, where he reached a wider audience. The song "Dry Land" would later be recorded by Marillion on their album Holidays in Eden and was also a Top 40 hit when released as a single. Dry Land was reissued briefly on CD and is now sought after by Marillion collectors. This new expanded edition of Dry Land has been newly remastered from the original Portrait masters and includes the bonus tracks 'English Summer' and the 12-inch remix of 'All the Time in the World', both originally issued as 12-inch singles in 1987.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1987
Release Date: 2016-05-24
Label: Esoteric
Country: Euro
Item No: ECLEC2560
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Track List
01 Working Girl 3:59
02 All The Time In The World 4:48
03 Dry Land 4:36
04 Games In Germany 4:31
05 India 5:05
06 The Rainbow Room 5:13
07 Lost At Sea 4:24
08 In The City 5:34
09 Working Town 3:46
10 A Beat In The Heart 4:36
11 Bonus Tracks
12 English Summer 3:30
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