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Spooky Action [Explicit Lyrics]

Paul Draper

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1
Don't Poke the Bear
Paul Draper
6:47
2
Grey House
Paul Draper
4:43
3
Things People Want
Paul Draper
3:57
4
Who's Wearing the Trousers
Paul Draper
4:45
5
Jealousy Is a Powerful Emotion
Paul Draper
5:38
6
Friends Make the Worst Enemies
Paul Draper
6:48
7
EXPLICITFeeling My Heart Run Slow
Paul Draper
4:25
8
You Don't Really Know Someone, Til You Fall Out With Them
Paul Draper
5:34
9
Can't Get Fairer Than That
Paul Draper
3:13
10
Feel Like I Wanna Stay
Paul Draper
2:44
11
EXPLICITThe Inner Wheel
Paul Draper
5:21
Total Playing Time    53:55
As the frontman and songwriter of iconic late '90s band Mansun, Paul Draper was the creative force behind the classic hit single Wide Open Space and the number one LP Attack Of The Grey Lantern. Draper's debut solo album Spooky Action, full of edgy and autobiographical songs, sees him create his own sound, and features glistening synthetic soul single Things People Want and warped voodoo psych track Don’t Poke the Bear.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Paul Draper Studio Masters

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