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Biffy Clyro - Puzzle CD £2.99 delivered @ Zavvi

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[mod] 5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
1. Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies
2. Saturday Superhouse
3. Who's Got A Match?
4. As Dust Dances 2/15ths
5. A Whole Child Ago
6. The Conversation Is...
7. Now I'm Everyone
8. Semi-Mental 4/15ths
9. Love Has A Diameter
10. Get **** Stud
11. Folding Stars
12. 9/15ths
13. Machines
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2 Likes #1
I am still disgusted they allowed X-Factor to use one of their songs. Short term financial gain, longer term credibility loss.
#2
Great album, although not my favourite of theirs. Definitely worth £3 though, if you don't already have it!
#3
Fantastic album!
Surprised to see it on here though.

Love the track "Who's got a match?" :)
#4
"Who's got a match",classic,i play it to death
#5
Bargain!!
#6
Pigs_in_Space
I am still disgusted they allowed X-Factor to use one of their songs. Short term financial gain, longer term credibility loss.


unlikely to have been their decision
#7
Noooooo! I paid £3.95 for this from Zavvi on Boxing Day :(

Great price even if I did miss out.
#8
One of the best starts to an album i've ever heard. Great at this price.
#9
toolongawake
Pigs_in_Space
I am still disgusted they allowed X-Factor to use one of their songs. Short term financial gain, longer term credibility loss.


unlikely to have been their decision


So they don't write their own songs then?
#10
Fail to see how that makes them less credible. It's not as if they let Nestle or HBOS use it in an advert.

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