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Rich Kids

Ghosts Of Princes In Towers

Cherry Red 157

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Strange One  0%
2 Hung On You  0%
3 Ghosts of Princes in Towers Voted #1  50%
4 Cheap Emotions  0%
5 Marching Men  0%
6 Put You in the Picture  0%
7 Young Girls  0%
8 Bullet-Proof Lover  0%
9 Rich Kids Voted #2  33%
10 Lovers and Fools  0%
11 Burning Sounds  0%
12 Empty Words  0%
13 Here comes the Nice  0%
14 Only Arsenic Voted #3  17%
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Jonathan from Minnetonka, MN 
Dec 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is potentially the best album to ever come out of Britain. I am glad Glen Matlock left the Sex Pistols, otherwise, we might have two crappy albums from them instead of just one, and no godly albums from the Rich Kids. Never again do I want to hear the sound of marching men, but I do want to hear some more of the Rich Kids. A+








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