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Customer Reviews

FIled Wrong

This is not "The Hours" from the UK. It's grouped together with the Ali In the Jungle EP but they aren't the same band. "The Hours" from the UK have two albums Narcissus Road and See the Light that are both excellent albums but not available in the US itunes store. This one, pass.

Imposters

This is not The Hours of UK fame. This album is some punk wannabes with no vocal chops. iTunes needs to fix the mistake.

8 Bucks I'll Never See Again

I thought if this album was anything like "Ali in the Jungle" that I would love it. Well, it's not and now I'm hearing it's not even the same band. Don't make the same mistake I did, don't buy this album.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The two core members of London band the Hours have served time in some of Britpop's popular bands of the 1990s. Antony Genn (guitar, vocals) played in Pulp and toured with Elastica, while Martin Slattery (keyboard) toured with Black Grape. Both worked with Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros. Unfortunately for Genn, his lifestyle had led to a serious drug addiction, which caused his health to deteriorate. He had hit rock bottom by 2001 but finally recovered and met Slattery while in a studio with Robbie...
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This Is What You Wanted, The Hours
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  • $7.92
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 20, 2009

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