Time Is Just the Same

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Time Is Just The Same
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Released12 April 2004 (2004-04-12) [1]
Genre Twee-pop
Label Snowstorm records (UK)
Instincts Records (US)
Producer Isobel Campbell

"Time Is Just The Same" is an EP released by former Belle & Sebastian member Isobel Campbell, featuring contributions by Mark Lanegan. The album was released in April 2004.


Track listing

  1. "Time Is Just The Same"
  2. "Why Does My Head Hurt So?"
  3. "Bordello Queen"
  4. "Bang-Bang"
  5. "The Breeze Whispered Your Name (pt.2)"
  6. "Argomenti (live)"

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