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Surviving The Quiet
January 1, 2000
© 2000 Fierce Panda
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Surviving the Quiet is the debut album proper by British band Seafood, following 1998s singles compilation Messenger in the Camp. The album was released in January 2000.
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© 2000 Fierce Panda
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