Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic

Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic

Infobox Album |
Name = Reading, Writing and Arithmetic
Type = Album
Artist = The Sundays

Released = January 15, 1990
Recorded = ???
Genre = Indie
Dream pop
Length = 38:34
Label = Rough Trade Records
Producer = The Sundays, Ray Shulman
Reviews =
* Allmusic rating|4.5|5 [ link]
* Rolling Stone rating|4|5 [ link]
Last album =
This album = "Reading, Writing and Arithmetic" (1990)
Next album = "Blind" (1992)

"Reading, Writing and Arithmetic" is the first album by The Sundays. It was released in the UK, on Rough Trade Records, on January 15, 1990. A US release followed on April 17, 1990, on the Geffen label. The album name is a reference to the band's hometown, Reading.Fact|date=April 2008

Track listing

All songs written by David Gavurin and Harriet Wheeler.

# "Skin & Bones" – 4:16
# "Here's Where the Story Ends" – 3:54
# "Can't Be Sure" – 3:22
# "I Won" – 4:23
# "Hideous Towns" – 3:46
# "You're Not the Only One I Know" – 3:50
# "A Certain Someone" – 4:25
# "I Kicked a Boy" – 2:16
# "My Finest Hour" – 3:59
# "Joy" – 4:10


* Harriet Wheeler — Vocals
* David Gavurin — Guitar
* Paul Brindley — Bass
* Patrick Hannan — Drums
* Lindsay Jamieson — Tambourine


* [ The Sundays complete discography]

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