|Through Glass Coloured Roses|
|Compilation album by The Green Pajamas|
|Released||October 7, 2003|
|Genre||Alternative rock, Indie rock, neo-psychedelia|
|Label||Hidden Agenda records|
|Producer||Joe Ross and Jeff Kelly|
|The Green Pajamas chronology|
Through Glass Coloured Roses is a compilation album by The Green Pajamas. It was released by Hidden Agenda records part of the independent label Parasol Records in 2003.
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