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Performer: Placebo
Genre: Rock
Title: Sleeping With Ghosts - Promo
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Sleeping With Ghosts. Released March 24, 2003. Sleeping With Ghosts Tracklist. 1. Bulletproof Cupid Lyrics. Sleeping With Ghosts is Placebo’s fourth studio album, released April 1 2003. It was preceded by the single The Bitter End, released 10th of March 2003 and peaked at number 12 on the UK charts, the highest charting single from the record. Four more singles were released: This Picture, Special Needs, English Summer Rain, and the French version of Protect Me From What I Want, titled Protege Moi. The video for Protege Moi was directed by Gasper Noé, and was too sexually explicit to be officially released. Instead, tour footage from their Soulmates Never Die tour was used.

Sleeping with Ghosts is the fourth studio album by British alternative rock band Placebo. It was recorded from late 2002 to early 2003 and released on 1 April 2003 by record labels Virgin and Hut. Sleeping with Ghosts reached number 11 in the UK Albums Chart, and received a generally favourable reaction from music critics.

Sleeping With Ghosts ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial). Not On Label (Placebo). CDFLOORF17, 724358260229. Sleeping With Ghosts ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot. Elevator Music (4), Hut Recordings, Virgin. 7243 5 82602 2 9, CDFLOORF17.

Sleeping With Ghosts". Hush It's okay Dry your eye Dry your eye Soulmate dry your eye Dry your eye Soulmate dry your eye Cause soulmates never die. This one world vision Turns us in to compromise What good's religion When it's each other we despise Damn the government Damn their killing Damn their lies. Hush It's okay Dry your eyes Dry your eyes Soulmate dry.

Placebo sleeping with ghosts 2X original vinyl 2003 sealed. Placebo-Sleeping With Ghosts (UK IMPORT) VINYL NEW. Brand New.

Sleeping with Ghosts" is the title cut from Placebo's fourth album, Sleeping with Ghosts. The song's composition is softer compared to the other songs of the album, it features lighter, slower guitar and more piano than other titles.

Sleeping with Ghosts is the fourth album released by European alternative rock band Placebo in 2003. It achieved chart success in the UK, Australia and Europe. This album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions. Album meaning The album has several songs based on a theme of relationships, whether as in relationships that end badly as in The Bitter End, power struggles in relationships (Special Needs) or the idea that some are meant to be eternal soulmates (the title track).

Placebo Sleeping With Ghosts UK CD album. Sex and drugs and rock & roll have figured prominently in Placebo's glitterered-up, androgynous music. Sleeping with Ghosts is a little more coy than past recordings, dealing more with the torturous psychological aspects of relationships than with the exchange of body fluids. Not that there isn't any room for fetishism. This Picture," for example, apparently dwells on sado-masochism and comes over as just the sort of trash-glam pop stomp once associated with Suede.