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140-gram black vinyl. Breathing Tornados is the third studio album by Ben Lee, originally released in 1998. Breathing Tornados distinguished itself from Lee's previous albums for it's expanded instrumentation, hip hop inspired beats and it's pop Polish, which came with the help of producer Ed Buller (Psychedelic Furs). The album features contemplative but catchy songs like 'Nothing Much Happens' (inspired by an early morning conversation with Evan Dando) and 'Tornados', as well as the emotional bitterness of 'Cigarettes Will Kill You' which came in at Number 2 in the Australian 1998 Triple J Hottest 100.
140-gram black vinyl. Breathing Tornados is the third studio album by Ben Lee, originally released in 1998. Breathing Tornados distinguished itself from Lee's previous albums for it's expanded instrumentation, hip hop inspired beats and it's pop Polish, which came with the help of producer Ed Buller (Psychedelic Furs). The album features contemplative but catchy songs like 'Nothing Much Happens' (inspired by an early morning conversation with Evan Dando) and 'Tornados', as well as the emotional bitterness of 'Cigarettes Will Kill You' which came in at Number 2 in the Australian 1998 Triple J Hottest 100.
5054197131578

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WEA Int'l
Rel. Date: 10/07/2022
UPC: 5054197131578

Breathing Tornados
Artist: Ben Lee
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $42.24
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cigarettes Will Kill You
2. Nothing Much Happens
3. I Am A Sunflower
4. Tornados
5. The Finger and The Moon
6. Birthday Song
7. Nighttime
8. Burn To Shine
9. Sandpaperback
10. 10ft. Tall
11. Ship My Body Home
12. Sleepwalking

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140-gram black vinyl. Breathing Tornados is the third studio album by Ben Lee, originally released in 1998. Breathing Tornados distinguished itself from Lee's previous albums for it's expanded instrumentation, hip hop inspired beats and it's pop Polish, which came with the help of producer Ed Buller (Psychedelic Furs). The album features contemplative but catchy songs like 'Nothing Much Happens' (inspired by an early morning conversation with Evan Dando) and 'Tornados', as well as the emotional bitterness of 'Cigarettes Will Kill You' which came in at Number 2 in the Australian 1998 Triple J Hottest 100.
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