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For their third album in 1987, Guadalcanal Diary reteamed with Don Dixon for 2 X 4. The song Litany (Life Goes On) was given regular exposure on MTV's underground video show 120 Minutes and became a big Alternative radio favorite. The album remains one of the band's most popular and is jam-packed with memorable tunes, from the rocking Where Angels Fear To Tread, to the experimental Lips Of Steel, to the soft melody of Little Birds. This newly remastered reissue includes the first vinyl appearance of their cover of the Beatles' song And Your Bird Can Sing, which was previously a CD-only bonus track.
For their third album in 1987, Guadalcanal Diary reteamed with Don Dixon for 2 X 4. The song Litany (Life Goes On) was given regular exposure on MTV's underground video show 120 Minutes and became a big Alternative radio favorite. The album remains one of the band's most popular and is jam-packed with memorable tunes, from the rocking Where Angels Fear To Tread, to the experimental Lips Of Steel, to the soft melody of Little Birds. This newly remastered reissue includes the first vinyl appearance of their cover of the Beatles' song And Your Bird Can Sing, which was previously a CD-only bonus track.
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2 X 4 - Pink/Yellow Swirl [Colored Vinyl] (Pnk) (Ylw)
Artist: Guadalcanal Diary
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Litany (Life Goes on)
2. Under the Yoke
3. Get Over It
4. Little Birds
5. Things Fall Apart
6. Let the Big Wheel Roll
7. And Your Bird Can Sing
8. Where Angels Fear to Tread
9. Newborn
10. Winds of Change
11. Say Please
12. 3 A.M
13. Lips of Steel

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For their third album in 1987, Guadalcanal Diary reteamed with Don Dixon for 2 X 4. The song Litany (Life Goes On) was given regular exposure on MTV's underground video show 120 Minutes and became a big Alternative radio favorite. The album remains one of the band's most popular and is jam-packed with memorable tunes, from the rocking Where Angels Fear To Tread, to the experimental Lips Of Steel, to the soft melody of Little Birds. This newly remastered reissue includes the first vinyl appearance of their cover of the Beatles' song And Your Bird Can Sing, which was previously a CD-only bonus track.
        
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