|Studio album by Thomas Tantrum|
|Released||September 1, 2008|
|Genre||Indie pop, Alternative|
|Label||Sindy Stroker's Records|
|Thomas Tantrum chronology|
Thomas Tantrum is the self-titled debut studio album by English rock band Thomas Tantrum, released on September 1, 2008. It features twelve tracks which include several songs that were previously released as stand-alone singles.
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Thomas Tantrum are an indie pop band from Southampton, England.
The album was an Xfm New Music Award 2009 nominee.
All songs written and performed by Thomas Tantrum.
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