Harmony No Harmony

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Million DeadMay 16, 2005
Rock℗ 2005 Xtra Mile Recordings Ltd
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Harmony No Harmony is the second and final full-length album released by British band Million Dead. It is the first to feature new guitarist Tom Fowler who replaced original guitarist Cameron Dean. Lead singer Frank Turner's mother makes an appearance on the song "To Whom It May Concern". Members of the now defunct Drive Like You Stole It appear on both "To Whom It May Concern" and "Father My Father".
In a podcast released in May 2015, Frank revealed that there would be a vinyl rerelease of the record in 2015 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

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Songs
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Bread & Circuses2:33
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Holloway Prison Blues4:15
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After the Rush Hour3:29
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Plan B1:37
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Carthago Est Delenda6:00
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To Whom It May Concern4:17
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Living the Dream5:10
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Margot Kidder6:37
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Murder and Create3:13
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Achilles Lung4:08
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Bovine Spungiform Economics1:59
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Father My Father3:33
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Engine Driver6:13
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Harmony No Harmony2:15
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Additional Information

Genres
Total length
55:26
Tracks
14
Released
May 16, 2005
Label
℗ 2005 Xtra Mile Recordings Ltd
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
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Playback information
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