What Was Left

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What Was Left
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Studio album by Clare Bowditch & The Feeding Set
Released 2 October 2005
Recorded Standalone Studios, Melbourne (2005)
Genre Indie rock, folk
Label Capitol / EMI
Producer Martin W. Brown

What Was Left is the second studio album by Clare Bowditch and the Feeding Set. It was released in October 2005 through Capitol,[1] and received a nomination for the 2005 J Award,[2] as well as being placed in the top five Australian albums of the year by Rolling Stone (Australia). Two songs from the album, "Divorcee By 23" and "On This Side", received national airplay.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Starry Picking Night"
  2. "Lips Like Orange"
  3. "I Thought You Were God"
  4. "Winding Up"
  5. "Divorcee By 23"
  6. "Which Way To Go"
  7. "The Thing About Grief"
  8. "Strange Questions"
  9. "When I Was Five"
  10. "Little Self Centred Queen"
  11. "Just Might Do"
  12. "On This Side"
  13. "Yes I Miss You Like The Rain"

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