Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand are a Scottish rock band formed in Glasgow in 2002. The band's original lineup was composed of Alex Kapranos, Nick McCarthy, Bob Hardy, and Paul Thomson. Julian Corrie and Dino Bardot joined the band in 2017 after McCarthy left during the previous year. The band has been notable for being one of the more popular post-punk revival bands, garnering multiple UK top 20 hits. They have been nominated for several Grammy Awards and have received two Brit Awards – winning one for Best British Group – as well as one NME Award.
The band's first two singles, "Darts of Pleasure" and "Take Me Out", peaked within the top-50 on the UK Singles Chart. "Take Me Out" achieved global recognition by charting in several countries and went on to earn a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. It has since been noted as the band's signature song as well. The band released their self-titled debut studio album on 9 February 2004 to critical acclaim. The album won the 2004 Mercury Prize and earned a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album.

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Right ActionDumb and Dumber To: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack3:04
The Academy AwardAlways Ascending4:14
What She Came For (Drums of Death Remix)What She Came For (Remixes)4:18
A Song For Sorry AngelMonsieur Gainsbourg Revisited3:14
Darts Of PleasureAustin City Limits Festival (Digital Version)4:02
Right Action (Zero Set Remix)Right Action Remixes8:53
Well That Was EasyYou Could Have It So Much Better3:02
What You Meant (Acoustic Version)Do You Want To2:54
Evil EyeRight Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action (Deluxe Edition)2:47
Katherine Kiss MeTonight: Franz Ferdinand2:55
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