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is the debut solo album by Craig Armstrong, originally released in 1998 on Melankolic Records. Elizabeth Fraser
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of The Cocteau Twins contributes vocals to the track "This Love", and The Blue Nile
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's Paul Buchanan appears on "Let's go out Tonight". The first track, Weather Storm
, is a reworking of a song by the same name which appears on Massive Attack
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's 1994 album, Protection
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, to which Armstrong contributed. Similarly, "Sly II" is a reworked version of Massive Attack's "Sly", also from Protection
. "Balcony Scene" is a reworked version of "Time Stands Still," from the score of Romeo and Juliet; it contains elements of "Kissing You
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" by Des'ree Weekes
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, as well as a quote from the film.
- "Weather Storm" – 6:03
- "This Love" – 6:26
- "Sly II" – 5:17
- "After the Storm" – 5:08
- "Laura's Theme" – 5:26
- "My Father" – 2:03
- "Balcony Scene (Romeo and Juliet)" – 5:17
- "Rise" – 4:24
- "Glasgow" – 5:19
- "Let's go out Tonight" – 5:58
- "Childhood" – 5:42
- "Hymn" – 1:20