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Jewellery Quarter is the second album by The Twang, released on 3 August 2009. The title was announced on 7 May, along with a free download of the final track on the album, namely "Another Bus". The album's first single was later announced as "Barney Rubble".
The album features a bonus disc of six tracks, including an acoustic version of the album's first single, "Barney Rubble".
On 13 July 2009, the band released the opening track, "Took The Fun", from the album on their MySpace page, and announced that there would be more songs put up each Monday until the release of the album. A week later, they put up "Twit Twoo". The whole album was streamed early on We7. The latest single to be released was "Encouraging Sign".
Music For The People
The Enemy UK
Which Bitch? is the second album from Scottish band The View which was released 2 February 2009. Paolo Nutini guests on the track "Covers". "Gem of a Bird" is about Kyle Falconer's girlfriend Katie Gwyther, with whom the song is a duet.
The album received mixed reviews from critics and debuted at number 4 on the official UK Albums chart in its first week of release, but in stark contrast to its predecessor Hats Off to the Buskers it dropped down the charts quickly and spent two weeks in the UK top 40; it fell to #27 in its second week before dropping out altogether. Three singles were released from the album but all failed to reach the top 40; "5 Rebbecca's" and "Shock Horror" charted at #57 and #64 respectively. The album's third single "Temptation Dice" did not chart.
Well Well Well
Well Well Well is the debut album by the Sheffield band Milburn. The album was released on 9 October 2006 in the UK on Mercury Records. It was leaked onto the internet about a month before release. A limited edition first pressing includes numbered slipcase and four extra tracks.
Twisted Wheel is the eponymous debut studio album by English indie rock band Twisted Wheel. It was released on 13 April 2009 to mixed reviews in the music world, however it did provide them with a following throughout the UK. The singles that have been released are "Lucy the Castle", "She's a Weapon", "We Are Us" and "You Stole the Sun". Many of the songs on the album have become live favourites of the band. The album gave them a few celebrity fans, including Liam Gallagher and Hosni Mubarak, and they supported many heavyweight UK indie bands during the time of the album's release, including Oasis, Kasabian, The View and The Enemy.
No Love Lost (Re-Mastered)
No Love Lost is the debut album by English indie rock band The Rifles, which was released on July 17, 2006. The album reached the #26 spot on the UK charts.
The album spawned five singles: "Peace & Quiet", "When I'm Alone", "Local Boy", "Repeated Offender", and "She's Got Standards".
In an interview, Joel Stoker explained how the name of track 7, "Robin Hood", got its title from the band's guitarist, Luke Crowther, and a trip on Soccer AM:
On June 1, 2015, No Love Lost was digitally remastered at Abbey Road Studios and re-released as part of the 10 year anniversary of the album. The re-release featured b-sides and demos from the recording of the original album.
Wait for Me (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
The Pigeon Detectives
Wait for Me is the platinum-selling debut album of Leeds band The Pigeon Detectives. The album was released for CD, 12" and digital download on 28 May 2007 and charted in the UK Albums Chart at number three in its first week of release. The album sold around 227,000 copies in 2007, reaching #70 in the end of year chart. It was certified platinum in June 2008. Upon the album's release, it received generally positive reviews from most critics.
Come Of Age (Deluxe Version)
Every few years, some likeable enough young British band comes along to save rock 'n' roll for the always hype-hungry UK music press—for 2011 or 2012, that band is The Vaccines. NME declared them "The Return of the Great British Guitar Band," and sure enough there are guitars—and, one faintly notices, British accents—on sophomore album Come of Age, but greatness, in the classical sense, hardly seems to be what these guys are going for. Instead, songs ranging from the throwback doo-wop guitar pop of "I Always Knew" to slightly punk rave-ups like "No Hope" to the mannered indie rock of "Aftershave Ocean" all seem to prove just how far an easy chord progression and a good-looking slouch can still get you in rock. (This is, after all, a band whose debut, What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?, was already reveling in dashing expectations.) It's the same winning—without trying—attitude that propelled the Strokes, only without quite the same hooks.
Wall Of Arms
Wall of Arms is the second studio album by the English indie band The Maccabees, released on 4 May 2009. The album was preceded by the single "Love You Better" on 27 April. The LP was produced by Markus Dravs, who has collaborated with Björk, Arcade Fire and Coldplay in the past.
Wall of Arms was also worked on in various cities including Liverpool and Paris, unlike their first long-player which was recorded in "dribs and drabs" according to frontman Orlando Weeks. The video to the album's first official single, "Love You Better", was uploaded exclusively to ClashMusic.com on 27 March ahead of a 27 April release. A review on the same website reads: "The Maccabees have made sure that no listener is going to leave the experience not feeling touched in some way – by the tonal dexterity, the lyrical openness, or something that’s not so obvious until the third or fourth listen." The album leaked on 26 April 2009.
The album's cover art was created by British artist Boo Ritson, using her technique of coating her subjects with high gloss emulsion and photographing the result.
Enjoy It While It Lasts
Enjoy It While It Lasts is the debut studio album by English indie rock band Spector, released on 13 August 2012. It follows the singles "Chevy Thunder" and "Celestine", which were released on Luv Luv Luv Records during 2012. The album reached number 12 in the UK Albums Chart, and went to number 1 on the Official Record Store Chart on the week of its release.
Reverend and the Makers
ThirtyTwo is the fourth regular studio album by Reverend and The Makers, released on 24 February 2014 by Cooking Vinyl in the UK. The album title refers to various different things: the age of lead singer Jon McClure at the time of the album's release, his father's favourite lottery number and number of the bus route near McClure's house. The album peaked at #13 in the UK Albums Chart, making it their second highest charting album behind their debut The State of Things.
The album contains a variety of songs showing many influences including electropop and ska.
Raise The Alarm
The Sunshine Underground
Raise the Alarm is the debut album by British indie band The Sunshine Underground, released 28 August 2006. NME described the album as the "first great album of the new rave movement" which included the Klaxons and Shitdisco.
Baby (Deluxe Edition)
About What You Know
Little Man Tate
About What You Know is the title of a debut album by Sheffield band Little Man Tate. It was released on both standard CD version, plus Limited Edition CD/DVD version, and a Limited Edition heavy yellow vinyl of which there were only 1000 copies. The album was released on 29 January 2007, one week after their single "Sexy In Latin". The album title is a reference to the tagline of the film Little Man Tate, to which the band owe their name.
The Blue Collars
The Blue Collars
First of My Kind EP
First of My Kind is an EP by the English indie rock musician Miles Kane. It was released on 21 April 2012 as a Limited Edition Record Store Day Vinyl, then as a digital download the next day, both in the United Kingdom. The title song peaked at number 65 on the UK Singles Chart. The song premiered on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's 'Hottest Record In The World' on 14 March 2012. Production on the title track was handled by dubstep pioneer Skream in a move away from his more familiar sound.
Time For Heroes - The Best Of The Libertines
Time for Heroes – The Best of The Libertines is the greatest hits collection by English rock band The Libertines, released in October 2007 on Rough Trade Records.
Too Much Information
Too Much Information is the fifth studio album by English indie rock band Maxïmo Park. It was released on 3 February 2014 through Daylighting in the UK and Vertigo elsewhere in Europe. The track "Brain Cells" was released to radio stations as a promotional single in late 2013, followed by physical releases of singles "Leave This Island" and "Midnight On The Hill". "Give, Get, Take" was eventually released as a digital single at the end of 2014.
Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever (DMD Album + Bonus Track)
Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever is the third studio album by English indie rock band The Cribs. It was released on 21 May 2007 through Wichita Recordings in the UK and Warner Bros. Records in the U.S. Critically acclaimed, the album propelled the band into a greater audience, reaching number thirteen on the UK Album Charts, number nine on the annual 'Albums of the Year' by influential UK music magazine NME and various other end-of-year lists. The album's lead single, "Men's Needs", also reached number three in the same NME chart.
Blossoms (Extended Edition)
Blossoms is the self-titled debut studio album by English rock band Blossoms. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 August 2016, by Virgin EMI Records. The album was produced by James Skelly and Rich Turvey. It peaked to number 1 on the UK Albums Chart and number 12 on the Irish Albums Chart, reaching Silver certification in the UK in April 2017. Then in June 2017 their debut album went Gold in the UK after surpassing 100,000 sales.
12 Dirty Bullets
Call It What You Like
Best Of 2004 - 2014
Going For Gold
Going For Gold is a singles compilation album by the British rock band Shed Seven, released in May 1999 via Polydor Records. The album features sleevenotes written by Mark Sutherland, the former editor of Melody Maker, who refers to the LP as the band's "Best of Album", whereas the album artwork itself carries the sub-title The Greatest Hits.
My Way is the sixth solo album by British artist Ian Brown. The album was released on 28 September 2009. The album's lead single "Stellify" was released on 21 September 2009. In an interview with XFM Manchester he claimed that the song was originally written for Rihanna, but he realised he had created "a great sound" so claimed the track for himself.
The second single "Just Like You" was released on 30 November 2009. This was Brown's final album for a decade, until his comeback with his 2019 album, Ripples.
The Book Club (EP)
The Book Club
No Thank You
Young Chasers is the debut studio album by British indie rock band, Circa Waves. The album was released 30 March 2015 through Virgin EMI Records.the album has been certified silver in the uk.
Happy People (Deluxe)
Happy People is the second studio album by British indie rock band Peace, released on 9 February 2015. Happy People was produced by Jim Abbiss and Duncan Mills.
Panic Prevention is the Mercury Prize nominated debut album by Wimbledon-born singer-songwriter Jamie T, released in the United Kingdom on 29 January 2007. The album is so-called because of the panic attacks Jamie suffered as an adolescent. Most of the songs on the album deal with aspects of modern 'youth' culture in the UK, and as such has been strongly compared to the works of The Streets, Lily Allen and The Libertines. Three singles have been released from the album prior to its release: "Sheila", "If You Got The Money" and most recently "Calm Down Dearest". As of December 2007, the album has sold over 159,400 copies in the UK.
The Stone Roses
Sally Cinnamon is a 1987 album by The Stone Roses.
The Matador EP
Alcopops & Charity Shops
Word Gets Around - Deluxe Edition
Word Gets Around is the debut studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. It was released on 25 August 1997 through V2 Records and reached number six in the UK Albums Chart, making it one of three Stereophonics albums not to reach number one; the other two being 2009's Keep Calm and Carry On, which reached number eleven, and 2013's Graffiti on the Train, which went to number three. Much of the album is written about everyday life in Cwmaman. The deluxe and super-deluxe editions were released on 18 October 2010.
Let Me In
So This Is Great Britain?
So This is Great Britain? is the debut album from The Holloways, released 30 October 2006 on the back of the band's first two singles, "Two Left Feet" and "Generator", which appear on the album. They also released "Dancefloor" as a single.
The album was re-released on 1 October 2007 with slightly altered art work and a second disc of B-sides.
The album has received positive reviews.
Wilderness Is Paradise Now
Wilderness Is Paradise Now was the debut and only album by Reading based English rock band Morning Runner. Preceded by the release of single "Burning Benches", the album was released on 6 March 2006, and, despite failing to make a significant impact commercially, it gained generally favourable reviews.
Moseley Shoals (Deluxe Edition)
Ocean Colour Scene
Moseley Shoals is a second album by the British rock group Ocean Colour Scene which was released during the Britpop era. The album reached #2 in the UK charts, and amassed 92 weeks on chart, making it the band's most successful album in terms of weeks on chart, despite a later album reaching #1.
All The Young
All Change (Deluxe Edition)
All Change is the debut album by the English band Cast, released on 16 October 1995.
It became the highest selling debut album in the history of the Polydor label.
Sequel To The Prequel
Sequel to the Prequel is the third studio album by English band Babyshambles. It was released on 3 September 2013 under EMI Records. It is their first release of new material since 2007's Shotter's Nation.
To Lose My Life ...
To Lose My Life... is the debut album by the British indie rock band White Lies. It was released on 19 January 2009 by Fiction Records. The album was produced by Ed Buller and Max Dingel, and was recorded at ICP Studios in Belgium and Kore Studios in London.
The album produced four singles: "Unfinished Business", "Death" and "To Lose My Life", prior to its release, and "Farewell to the Fairground" in the months following. "Death" was reissued in June 2009, with "From the Stars" appearing as iTunes's "Single of the Week" during December 2008. The album was released in the United States on 17 March 2009.
Empire is the second album by British rock band Kasabian, released in August 2006. The album went on to No. 1 in the UK Albums Chart upon its release and was preceded by the release of new single "Empire" on 24 July 2006.
According to Tom Meighan in an interview on the album with the NME in early 2006, "Empire" is a word used by the band to describe something that is good. As of 3 May 2017 the album has sold over 800,000 copies in the band's home country of the UK.
"Empire" was the first Kasabian album to feature drummer Ian Matthews, who was recruited in 2005. Lead songwriter and guitarist Christopher Karloff left the band in early 2006, during recording of the album, having contributed the lyrics for three tracks.
Viola Beach is the self-titled posthumous studio album by English indie rock group Viola Beach. It was released in the United Kingdom on 29 July 2016, by Fuller Beans Records. The album includes the singles "Swings & Waterslides" and "Boys That Sing". The album peaked to number one on the UK Albums Chart.
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