Chris Rea's been happier to cruise along the information superhighway than many of his contemporaries. With a definite case of technolust burning up his veins, Rea never made any secret of his love of new technology, particularly automotive technology. Now, 10 years after his first foray down the route of the automotive concept album, he's back on the same road.
Chris Rea's been happier to cruise along the information...
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