Thunder: Wonder Days, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Thunder: Wonder Days, 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Thunder
Wonder Days

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • Ear Music
  • (0210173EMU)
  • 11 Tracks
  • EAN 4029759101734
  • M / M
  • used
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Wonder Days

A2

The Thing I Want

A3

The Rain

B1

Black Water

Written By
B2

The Prophet

B3

Resurrection Day

C1

Chasing Shadows

C2

Broken

C3

When The Music Played

D1

Serpentine

D2

I Love The Weekend

Credits

Backing Vocals
  • Emily Lynn
  • Helena-May Harrison
  • Katy Burgess
  • Lara Smiles
  • Susie Webb
  • Luke Morley
  • Daniel Bowes
Bass
  • Chris Childs
Other
  • Chris Childs
Design
  • Hugh Gilmour
Drums
  • Gary 'Harry' James
Percussion
  • Gary 'Harry' James
  • Luke Morley
Guitar
  • Ben Matthews
  • Luke Morley
Keyboards
  • Ben Matthews
  • Luke Morley
Harmonica
  • Luke Morley
Lacquer Cut By
  • JP
Lead Vocals
  • Daniel Bowes
Mastered By
  • Pete Maher
Mixed By
  • Mike Fraser
  • Joel Davies
Photography By
  • Jason Joyce
Piano
  • Nigel Hopkins
Producer
  • Luke Morley
Recorded By
  • Nick Brine
  • Jon Constantine
  • Josh Tyrrell
Written By

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