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|Tony Was an Ex-Con|
|Studio album by The Coronas|
|Released||25 September 2009|
|Genre||Indie rock, Pop rock|
|The Coronas chronology|
Tony Was An Ex-Con is the second studio album released by the Irish indie act The Coronas, released 25 September 2009 by 3ú Records. A version of "Listen Dear" in Irish was also released, entitled "Éist a Ghrá".
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The Coronas are an Irish rock band that originated in Dublin. They release their music through their own independent record label, 3ú Records, and are based between Dublin and London. They have released five studio albums, Heroes or Ghosts (2007), Tony Was an Ex-Con (2009), Closer to You (2011) The Long Way (2014) & Trust The Wire (2017)
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