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Cures for Broken Hearts

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Released  28 August 2000
Artist  Antony Harding
Genre  Rock
Producer  Antony Harding
Release date  28 August 2000
Label  Fortune And Glory
Recorded  Cushy productions Stockwell London

Cures For Broken Hearts is a CD released by Antony Harding as ANT in 2000 on Fortune And Glory Records.


Released on 28 August 2000 by Fortune and Glory Records of Mosely, England, Cures For Broken Hearts's lo-fi recordings were mastered at Abbey Road studios by Adam Nunn in June 2000. The mini-album was recorded by Suzanne Rhatigan & Antony Harding at Cushy Productions in Stockwell, London, between March 1997 and December 1997 on a reel to reel eight track (1/4" tape) and mixed to DAT.

Track listing

  1. You've Lost Your Appeal.
  2. Tongues.
  3. The Cure For Broken Hearts.
  4. Fly On Your Wall.
  5. Spoil.


  • Johnny Greswell - violin, viola (2) (5)
  • Antony Harding - vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums, Wurlitzer piano
  • John Morrison - bass guitar
  • Suzanne Rhatigan - backing vocals, Wurlitzer piano. (3) (5)
  • Press

  • Acoustic cute pop songs with a bitter twisted edge - Melody Maker.
  • Five extraordinarily fragile songs - The Fly.
  • Finely crafted distillations of the affairs of the heart - The Jewish Chronicle.
  • Sugar frosted heartbreak - Time Out.
  • Likable delicate stuff - Q Magazine.
  • The unexpected joy of Ant Harding’s solo mini album, Cures For Broken Hearts – Mojo.
  • Make a little space in your heart for this - Playlouder.
  • Glittering with promise - SoundOnSound.
  • A heart worn troubadour – NME.
  • Songs

    1You've Lost Your Appeal3:28
    3The Cure for Broken Hearts3:47


    Cures for Broken Hearts Wikipedia

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