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Serotonin is the fourth album by Mystery Jets, released in the UK on 5 July 2010. The album is produced by Chris Thomas.
Pull Tiger Tail
Paws. is the only studio album by the British indie band Pull Tiger Tail. The album was completed in February 2007 but management difficulties and trouble with B-Unique, the band's record label at the time, meant that it remained legally in the hands of the label even after the band was no longer signed to them. In 2009, the album was in the hands of the band and was physically released on 14 September 2009 on CD and vinyl formats, with the latter being a limited edition of 250. A digital download of the album was made available from 17 August 2009.
Pop Meat / Your Corruptor
21st Century Spin
21st Century Spin is the second studio album of British indie band Dissident Prophet, under the name Maccabees. Produced and Engineered by Tom Livemore and Dissident Prophet. It was independently released in the UK, on their own TAX Records label, on January 2002.
True Romance is the only album by Golden Silvers. It was released by XL Recordings on April 20, 2009 on CD, download and 12″ vinyl.
Palace is the debut album by London-based band Chapel Club, which was released on 31 January 2011 by Polydor Records. The album featured production by Paul Epworth.
Some Reptiles Grew Wings EP
Egyptian Hip Hop
Welcome To The Walk Alone
The Rumble Strips
Welcome to the Walk Alone is the second album from the Devon-based band The Rumble Strips. It was released on 13 July 2009 by Island Records, and was preceded by a single release in June. The title and release date were confirmed by the band on their website on 11 May 2009, whilst "London" was made available to download for free from the band's website on 23 March. The album leaked onto the internet on 4 June 2009.
Endangered: Fierce Panda 2004-2014
Ways To Forget
Ways to Forget is the debut studio album of British indie rock group Clock Opera, released on 23 April 2012. Prior to the album, the band made singles for the songs "White Noise," "A Piece of String," "Once and for All" and "Belongings." An EP of "Lesson No.7" was released on 3 October 2011. The first single from the album was a new recording of "Once and for All" on 3 February 2012. A EP of "Man Made" and its remixes was released on 16 April 2012. "Belongings" was re-released on 30 July 2012. A single of "The Lost Buoys" was released for 5 November 2012.
the abc club
Treehouse [Radio Edit]
I'm From Barcelona
Half Moon Street
Pete and the Pirates
Point of Go
Rumpus Export Edition
No Hope, No Future (Bonus Tracks Version)
No Hope, No Future is the second album by English indie rock band Good Shoes. It was released in January 2010.
Everything Is New (North American Edition)
Everything Is New is the second album from British singer-songwriter Jack Peñate. It was released on 22 June 2009 on XL Recordings. It received much more favourable reviews than his debut Matinée.
The song "Every Glance" features backing vocals from Adele.
Tigers That Talked
Heartbeat Underground (Deluxe Edition)
Jukebox Sunshine / Not Fair
Welcome to Condale
The Greats and the Happenings
Post War Years
Love, and Other Catastrophes
Skint & Demoralised
Love And Other Catastrophes is the debut studio album by Wakefield band Skint & Demoralised. The album was written in 2007, recorded in 2008 and planned for release in 2009. Full-length promotional copies leaked heavily on the internet over the summer of 2009 and the band were dropped by their old label at the expense of the planned release. However, it was officially released on 2 August 2011 on Heist or Hit Records alongside the band's follow-up.
The Quiet Earth
Eugene McGuinness is the eponymous debut studio album by British singer-songwriter Eugene McGuinness. It was released on 12 October 2008 in the United Kingdom, and on 23 June 2009 in North America, through Domino Recording Company.
Bank Place Locomotive Society
Tango in the Attic
Trucks At Night
The Cast Of Cheers
Master of Imperfection
Twee Love Pop
We See Lights
Tell Me Where to Go
The Answering Machine
Lifeline is the second and final studio album by Manchester band The Answering Machine. It was released on 21 February 2011 in the United Kingdom on Heist or Hit Records.
The Young Knives
Superabundance is the second full-length album by Young Knives, released in the United Kingdom on 10 March 2008. The album reached number twenty-eight in the UK Album Charts.
The tracks "Terra Firma" and "Up All Night" were released as singles prior to the album launch. "Turn Tail" was the next single released on 19 May 2008.
The closing track "Current of the River" is a re-recorded version of the B-side to "She's Attracted To".
The cover of the album was made in London. 17-year-old Brandon Baily, a stunt rider from the Moto-Stunts International team, did the burn out on the bike. The photographer wanted smoke and fire from the tyre so the bike's rear wheel needed to be placed on wood so it could burn.
Treefight For Sunlight
The Beginning of the Twist (Acoustic)
The Hooves Of Destiny
Flashguns - Come And See The Lights
Sunday / Mirrors
We Are Free / Holly
Jay Jay Pistolet
When We Are Apart
Pierre On the Loose
Mad By Moonlight
Thomas Tantrum is the self-titled debut studio album by English rock band Thomas Tantrum, released on September 1, 2008. It features twelve tracks which include several songs that were previously released as stand-alone singles.
The album was an Xfm New Music Award 2009 nominee.
Flash Fiktion (Deluxe Edition)
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