The Coral is the eponymous debut studio album by British indie rock band The Coral. It was released 29 July 2002 in the United Kingdom on the Deltasonic label, where it debuted at number 5 in the charts, and on 3 March 2003 in the United States on Columbia Records. It was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, although it has since been removed. James Skelly – vocals, guitar, co-producer.
Produced by Ian Broudie. Album Magic and Medicine. His family taught him right from wrong With local tales and children's songs Sunday school was his shelter With his friends Joe and Walter Now those days seem far away An empty swing where he once played Now Bill's grown so fat and bald He never thought that he'd grow old. And everyday when he gets the train Looks out the window and thinks in vain If I could only be that boy again
Artist: The Coral, Song: Bill McCai, Duration: 02:39, Type: mp3. №144494400. The Coral In The Morning (Angus, thongs and perfect snogging OST). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). The Coral Dreaming of you(500 дней лета).
Album: Magic and Medicine. His family taught him right from wrong. With local tales and children's songs. Newsflash came, then it saidâ?¦. Bill McCai was just found dead. No more windows, no more trains. Hung himself out in the rain. Now he'll never be that boy again. And we say by-bye Bill McCai. Submitted by horrorstory on Sat, 19/01/2013 - 03:55.
Bill McCai" is a song by The Coral, released as the fourth and final single from their hit 2003 album, Magic and Medicine. The songs were produced by Ian Broudie & The Coral and engineered by Jon Gray. The song is used in the videopart of John Rattray, from the skateboarding movie New Blood, produced by Zero Skateboards. Bill McCai" features a guitar solo reminiscent of "Mother's Little Helper" by The Rolling Stones. Bill McCai" - 2:38 (J. Skelly). Boy At The Window" - 3:12 (J.
Bill McCai" as written by James Skelly. Bill McCai song meanings. i've never actually seen those lyrics, but theyre so sad. i really like this song. i only just recently got into the coral, but i realised that i had liked a few of their songs for a while. the last verse gets to me - 'No more windows, no more trains Hung himself out in the rain Now he'll never.