Those Who Were Hung Hang Here

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Those Who Were Hung Hang Here
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Studio album by Uncut
Released July 27, 2004
Genre Indie rock
Length37:09
Label Paper Bag Records
Uncut chronology
Devotion/Fluent And Pure/Over The Edge
(2004)
Those Who Were Hung Hang Here
(2004)
Modern Currencies
(2006)
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Track listing

  1. "Intro" - 0:23
  2. "Understanding The New Violence" - 5:00
  3. "Buried With Friends" - 3:36
  4. "Copilot" - 3:41
  5. "Intentions Change" - 2:09
  6. "Taken In Sleep" - 5:29
  7. "In This Morning Grey" - 3:00
  8. "St. Peterburg" - 3:42
  9. "Day Breaks Red Light" - 3:04
  10. "A Summer Day" - 3:13
  11. "When For You" - 3:52

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