Songs for the Road

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Songs for the Road
Songs For The Road.jpg
Studio album by David Ford
Released August 5, 2007
Recorded 2006-2007
Genre Singer-songwriter
Length 37:15
Label Independiente Records
Producer David Ford
David Ford chronology
I Sincerely Apologise for All the Trouble I've Caused
(2005)I Sincerely Apologise for All the Trouble I've Caused2005
Songs for the Road
(2007)
Let the Hard Times Roll
(2010)Let the Hard Times Roll2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk.net 83% link
allgigs.co.uk 4/5 stars link
The Sunday Times 4/5 stars link

Songs for the Road is the second solo album by singer-songwriter David Ford, released as a digital download in August 2007. The physical release was released on 15 October 2007. A charts website listed "Decimate" as a chart-topper in Croatia, but has been debated as the single was never released as a single in that country, and may have been a radio-voting chart instead. Ford released his version of The Smiths' "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out" as a bonus track.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by David Ford.

  1. Go to Hell
  2. Decimate
  3. I'm Alright Now
  4. Song For The Road
  5. Train
  6. St. Peter
  7. Nobody Tells Me What To Do
  8. Requiem
  9. ...And So You Fell
  10. There Is A Light (Hidden Track)
  11. Shame, Not Regret (Hidden Track)

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