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The Saints  - Grain Of Sand album mp3

Performer: The Saints
Title: Grain Of Sand
Country: Australia
Released: 1988
Style: Alternative Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 315
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Grains of Sand is the fourth studio album issued by gothic rock band The Mission, released in October 1990. A number of the tracks were originally recorded for their previous album, Carved in Sand, but not included on that release. Also included are acoustic versions of previously released songs and the Andy Partridge co-produced single 'Hands Across the Ocean'. The album was expanded with the Metal Guru's material and included in the two disc reissue of Carved in Sand, released in 2008.

Grain of Sand - Artist: The Saints, Director: Unknown; no director specified, Label: Unknown; n. .

The Saints are an Australian rock band originating in Brisbane in 1973. The band was founded by Chris Bailey (singer-songwriter, later guitarist), Ivor Hay (drummer), and Ed Kuepper (). Contemporaneously with American punk rock band the Ramones, the Saints were employing the fast tempos, raucous vocals and "buzz saw" guitar that characterised early punk rock

This song is by The Saints and appears on the album Prodigal Son (1988) and on the album Permanent Revolution (1991). I could fill a room with empty pocketsI could build a palace from lost idealsForgotten to say what it is that I wantedNow I go to sleep and dream of nothingSo the weatherman says there'll be a change in the weatherAnd this is fine in my time of lifeIf someone could tell me something l hadn't heard beforeI wouldn't be knocking at your door.

An interesting collection, Grains of Sand is not a Mission album proper, but rather a chance for the listener to hear the other songs that were recorded for Carved in Sand. The single "Hands Across the Ocean" is a nugget of pop brilliance that hints at what came next for Wayne Hussey. Most of the tracks are solid, but covers of "Love," and "Mr. Pleasant" are better off as B-sides

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Grain of Sand" on this record is not the same recording as on the 1988 "Prodigal Son" album. P)1989 (C)1991 Mushroom Records P/L. Marketed and Distributed by Mushroom Distribution Services.

Every Grain of Sand" is a song written by Bob Dylan, recorded in Los Angeles in the spring of 1981 and released in August of that year on Dylan's album Shot of Love. It was subsequently included on the compilation Biograph. An early version of the song, recorded in September 1980 and featuring Jennifer Warnes on backing vocal, was released in 1991 on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991. The song appeared on the soundtrack for the 1997 film Another Day in Paradise.

Grain Of Sand by Saints chords. One clean accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. GLike a grain of sand Cthat's how I D feel tonight GIn a foreign land Cwashed up and Dout of sight. I woke up this morning and felt like a zombie Couldn't find the shoes underneath my bed My tongue was covered in fur So I shoved it in my pocket At least I'm alive I think I'll survive. Like a grain of sand That's how I feel tonight In a foreign land Washed up and out of sight (RPT).


A Grain Of Sand
B1 Mad Race
B2 Minus A Ride

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Published By – Lost
  • Published By – Mushroom


  • Engineer, Mixed By – Brian McGee
  • Producer – Brian McGee , Chris Bailey
  • Written-By – Chris Bailey


Picture sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K493 The Saints Grain Of Sand ‎(7", Single) Mushroom K493 Australia 1988
MRI01T The Saints Grain Of Sand ‎(12", Single) Mushroom MRI01T UK 1989
TVT 2122 P The Saints Grain Of Sand ‎(12", Single) TVT Records TVT 2122 P US 1988
MRI0 1, MRI 01 The Saints Grain Of Sand ‎(7", Single) Mushroom, Mushroom MRI0 1, MRI 01 UK 1989
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