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Jul 19 2019

Australian ska-jazz group, The Cat Empire, released their second album, Two Shoes, on 19 April 2005. It was recorded in Havana, Cuba, at Egrem Studios, late in the previous year, with production by The Cat Empire, Felix Riebl (percussion and vocals) and United Kingdom-based producer, Jerry Boys. It débuted at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart and is the band’s first number 1 album, the second being Rising With The Sun. The tracks were more Latin in flavour, with a higher proportion written by Harry James Angus (trumpet and vocals) than on their self-titled first album. The Australian version contains a hidden track, called “1001”, which is coupled with the track, “The Night That Never End”. Some later versions included songs that appeared on their debut album. The lead single, “Sly”, was issued ahead of the album on 28 March, which reached the top 30. It appeared on EA Sports’ FIFA 08 soundtrack. “The Car Song”, written by Angus, was released as the second single in July, and peaked in the top 50.

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