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==About the album==
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Stylistically, the album is similar to Feeder's 2001 album Echo Park. The album was apparently influenced by the Gran Turismo video games. It was the only album released under Taste Media, released under this label due to Syco Records, who had released all of Carl's discography until this point, did not let him release anything "rocky", partially due to Simon Cowell's disliking of rock, but mostly due to fear that releasing an alternative rock album would decrease the popularity of Carl, resulting in lower record sales. A world tour from late 2003 to early 2005 happened with Carl visiting the following countries
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===2003-2004 Europe leg===
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*United Kingdom
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*Ireland
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*France
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*Spain
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*Portugal
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*Belgium
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*Germany
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*Norway
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===2004 Asia and Australasia leg===
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*China
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*Japan
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*Australia
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*New Zealand
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===2005 North American leg===
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*USA
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*Mexico
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==Track listing==
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#Just a Day (Feeder)
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#[[Drivers]]
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#Subaru
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#Toyota
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#Lazy
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#Some Say
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#Friends?
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#Nissan
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#Lancia
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#Celica Disqualified

Latest revision as of 13:05, December 30, 2011

Gran Turismo is the second studio album by English singer Carl.

Gran Turismo

Studio album by Carl

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Released

2004

Genre

Alternative rock

Label

Taste Media

Preceding release

Rap (2002)

Following release

Life (2008)

About the albumEdit

Stylistically, the album is similar to Feeder's 2001 album Echo Park. The album was apparently influenced by the Gran Turismo video games. It was the only album released under Taste Media, released under this label due to Syco Records, who had released all of Carl's discography until this point, did not let him release anything "rocky", partially due to Simon Cowell's disliking of rock, but mostly due to fear that releasing an alternative rock album would decrease the popularity of Carl, resulting in lower record sales. A world tour from late 2003 to early 2005 happened with Carl visiting the following countries

2003-2004 Europe legEdit

  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • France
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • Norway

2004 Asia and Australasia legEdit

  • China
  • Japan
  • Australia
  • New Zealand

2005 North American legEdit

  • USA
  • Mexico

Track listingEdit

  1. Just a Day (Feeder)
  2. Drivers
  3. Subaru
  4. Toyota
  5. Lazy
  6. Some Say
  7. Friends?
  8. Nissan
  9. Lancia
  10. Celica Disqualified
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