The Water

Colin MacintyreFebruary 4, 2008
Rock℗ 2013 Future God Recordings
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The Water is the first solo album by Scottish indie pop singer Colin MacIntyre, who previously made three albums as Mull Historical Society. It was released on 4 February 2008, and produced by Nick Franglen from Lemon Jelly. MacIntyre had produced the first three albums himself. The last track, "Pay Attention to the Human", features a poem written and performed by Tony Benn. MacIntyre wrote the album in New York, his wife's home city. In 2009, Irvine Welsh used the track "You're a Star" from The Water in his comedy Good Arrows.

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Songs
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You're A Star4:45
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Be My Saviour3:46
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The Water3:35
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I Can I Will4:44
5
Famous For Being Famous3:19
6
Camelot Revisited4:02
7
I Don't Have You To Ask4:02
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I Have Been Burned4:16
9
Stalker3:19
10
Future Gods And Past Kings3:40
11
Faith NO. 24:43
12
Pay Attention To The Human6:05
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Genres
Total length
50:16
Tracks
12
Released
March 18, 2013
Label
℗ 2013 Future God Recordings
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
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