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Sweet Thieves - View From A Glass Tower album flac Performer: Sweet Thieves
Title: View From A Glass Tower
Released: 2006
MP3 album: 1141 mb
FLAC album: 1600 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: WMA MMF MOD RA AC3 ADX VOC
Genre: Rock

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The LP is called Thick as Thieves, and it’s due out June 10 on Glassnote Records. The new album is filled with hope, raw energy and a passion that brought us back to the early days, drummer/vocalist Toby Dundas. The band has been together for over a decade, and they came to prominence with their 2008 single Sweet Disposition (heard in places like the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack). Dundas knows full well what it’s like to take the time necessary to craft a cohesive album. M83 Talks Latest Opus: 'You Can Have Fun & Cry at the Same Time'

The view from the London Eye is particularly great for Westminster and the St Paul’s area. One bit of advice I’d give is to get a spot near the window as soon as you get in so you don’t have to struggle for a view with other people on your pod. The view is pretty good from all angles. Price: Prices start at around £12+ for a glass of wine and £14+ for cocktails. Address: Level 42, Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1HQ. Looking for great bars in London? check out these.

Nothing But Thieves are signed to RCA Records UK. The Japanese art of kintsugi is to take something broken and make it more beautiful than before; shards of ceramic put back together with gold-flecked glue, the cracks a proud part of the object. It’s a concept that’s central to Broken Machine, the second album from Southend-formed, South-east-based five-piece Nothing But Thieves, whose slow-burning self-titled 2015 debut made them a big deal worldwide– but fractured them too. Nothing But Thieves.

Oxo Tower is a bona fide London landmark, so it’s no surprise that its in-house restaurant, brasserie and bar emanate a sense of occasion. A glass frontage makes the most of the river views, and the plum vantage point allows you to fully appreciate the splendour of St Paul’s. The food has an adventurous global slant, with accompaniment from a jazz trio in the evening. View-seekers should repair to the terrace for spiffing views of the Thames and (of course) Tower Bridge, while fans of fun-loving British victuals are in for a treat.


1 View From A Glass Tower
2 N.P.N.
3 Constant Sound
4 I Can't Wait
5 Family Of Thieves
6 The Meek Will
7 Principle Of Least Interest
8 Prophets Making Profits
9 Orange Is The New Black