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9 thoughts on “ Paddy Casey - Addicted To Company Pt. 1 (CDr, Album)

  1. Fautaxe says:
    Addicted to Company, Pt. 1, can be best described as a sort of soft pop. It has been described as alt-country in marketing materials, but frankly, I didn't sense any country in it at all, unless having an acoustic guitar is now all it takes to be called "country"/5(36).
  2. "Addicted To Company Pt. 1" Sound Barrier Addicted To Company U'll Get By Fear Become Apart City Not Out To Get You Refugee Tonight I Keep Leaving U And I It's Over Now. Sound Barrier. Are you listening, can you .
  3. Find Paddy Casey discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Paddy Casey discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Addicted to Company, Pt. 1: Red Ink Records / Sony Music Distribution / Victor Records / RCA Victor
  4. Kaziktilar says:
    Addicted to Company, Pt. 1 is the follow-up to the times platinum Living and does little to tamper with the former's winning formula.6/
  5. During the first half of , Casey recorded his third studio album, Addicted to Company, Pt. 1, featuring a guest appearance by former bandmate and solo artist Declan O'Rourke. It was released in Ireland and the U.K. the following September, with the title track simultaneously released as .
  6. Gardazilkree says:
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  7. Samutaur says:
    Paddy Casey discography and songs: Music profile for Paddy Casey, born Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Pop. Albums include Saints and Sinners, Even Better Than The Real Thing Volume 3, and 2 Meter Sessies - Volume
  8. Faekinos says:
    Paddy Casey’s music is appealing to a wide audience. His debut album was one rich in soulful grooves and catchy hooks. The album opened loudly with the rousing Fear, and ended with the angry and despondent It’s Over Now, while exploring themes of loneliness, loss, love and social problems facing the young generation along the way.

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