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Egypt Station

Egypt Station

2018 studio album by Paul McCartney
Egypt Station is the 17th solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Paul McCartney, released on 7 September 2018 through Capitol Records.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Album Rock
Release DateSeptember 7, 2018
ArtistPaul McCartney
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Tracklist

  • 1Opening StationPaul McCartney0:42
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  • 2I Don't KnowPaul McCartney4:27
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  • 3Come On to MePaul McCartney4:11
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  • 4Happy With YouPaul McCartney3:34
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  • 5Who CaresPaul McCartney3:13
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  • 6Fuh YouPaul McCartney3:24
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  • 7ConfidantePaul McCartney3:05
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  • 8People Want PeacePaul McCartney2:59
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  • 9Hand in HandPaul McCartney2:35
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  • 10DominoesPaul McCartney5:02
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  • 11Back in BrazilPaul McCartney3:21
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  • 12Do It NowPaul McCartney3:17
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  • 13Caesar RockPaul McCartney3:29
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  • 14Despite Repeated WarningsPaul McCartney6:58
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  • 15Station IIPaul McCartney0:47
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  • 16Hunt You Down/Naked/C-LinkPaul McCartney6:23
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Albums of the week: Paul McCartney, Lenny Kravitz and Paul Simon

  • Both the sleeve art and title of Sir Paul McCartney’s 17th solo album are taken from one of his own paintings from the Eighties, which might lead you to suspect that his first record in five years leans towards self-indulgence. In fact, Egypt Station is up there with his best post-Beatles work, in part because Adele and Beck producer Greg Kurstin has made McCartney sound contemporary without losing the essence of his songwriting genius. Perhaps scoring his first big hit in decades with Kanye West and Rihanna in 2015 has fired up McCartney.
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