Hold on It Hurts
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|Hold on It Hurts|
|Studio album by Cornershop|
|Producer||John Robb, John Wills, T. Singh|
Hold On It Hurts is the 1994 debut album by Cornershop. It failed to reach commercial success, but went some way in helping the band find its niche in the following years.
All songs written by Tjinder Singh.
- "Jason Donovan/Tessa Sanderson"
- "Kalluri's Radio"
- "Readers Wives"
- "Inside Rani"
- "Born Disco, Died Heavy Metal"
- "Where d'U Get Your Information"
- "Tera Mera Pyar"
- "You Always Said My Language Would Get Me into Trouble"
- "England's Dreaming"
- "Trip Easy"
- "Summer Fun in Beat up Datsun"
- "Breaking Every Rule Language English"
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