Tinyfish (album)

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Released19 December 2006
Genre Progressive rock
Label Lazy Gun Records
Producer Tinyfish
Tinyfish chronology
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Tinyfish is the debut album by the English progressive rock band Tinyfish. [1]


Track listing

  1. "Motorville" – 4:54
  2. "Fly Like A Bird" – 4:11
  3. "Nine Months On Fire" – 5:46
  4. "Too High For Low Company" – 4:15
  5. "All Of The People, All Of The Time" – 1:22
  6. "Build Your Own Enemy" - 5:16
  7. "God Eat God" - 3:12
  8. "Sundried" - 1:56
  9. "All Hands Lost" - 12:26
  10. "Tinyfish" - 3:56


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  1. "allmusic ((( Tinyfish > Overview )))". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 2010-06-24.