Shiny is the debut album from Johannesburg-based indie pop band The Bang. The album was released in September 2005. The album's cover art was designed by Daniel Levi, who has directed music videos for Interpol (band) and Massive Attack. The title Shiny is a reference to Grant Lee Buffalo's album Fuzzy.

Read more about Shiny:  Track Listing, Additional Performers, Additional Credits

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