"I Woke Up Today" on Exclaim! TV
Now, we've dug through the Exclaim! TV vaults and found another Owen performance. This time, he's performing the rarity "I Woke Up Today," which originally appeared on the Japanese release of 2004's I Do Perceive, and later reemerged on rarities collection The Seaside EP in 2009. You can watch the performance of the short, coming of age tune, below.
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StreamsJul 08, 2015
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StreamsJul 06, 2015
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StreamsJul 03, 2015
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