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Think Before You Speak
Think Before You Speak is the debut album by English indie rock band Good Shoes, which was released on 26 March 2007 on Brille Records. The album was recorded in nineteen days in Malmö in Sweden by Per Sunding at Tambourine Studios.
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.
Girls And Weather
The Rumble Strips
Girls and Weather is the debut album from the Devon-based band The Rumble Strips. It was released on September 10, 2007 by the Island Records sub-label Fallout Records.
AllMusic reviewer Katherine Fulton said that "happy melodies coupled with bittersweet lyrics are a running theme throughout the album", being quick to note this is a good thing because "it's a formula that works well for the Rumble Strips." She sums up the album by saying it "loses neither steam nor charm throughout; it's an album for adults who want an excuse to behave like kids again." NME reviewer Jamie Fullerton focuses in particular on the frontman, indicating that the "cheesy, into-the-sunset fantasy is just another indication of Waller's total detachment from the current grot-rock set, just as he's detached from the cretins who brand him a Dexy's photocopier."
I'm a Realist EP
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.
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.
Another City, Another Sorry
The Answering Machine
Another City, Another Sorry is the debut studio album by Manchester band The Answering Machine. It was released on 15 June 2009 in the United Kingdom on Heist or Hit Records.
Pete and the Pirates
'Little Death' is the debut album by English indie rock group Pete & The Pirates, released on February 17, 2008. Recorded and mixed by producer Gareth Parton at The Fortress Studios, London.
Frankie & The Heartstrings
Hunger is the first album released by Sunderland indie band Frankie & The Heartstrings. It was released on 21 February 2011 on the band's own label, Pop Sex Ltd., a subsidiary of Wichita Recordings. A live version of the album was available to redeem online when bought from HMV. The album, produced by Orange Juice's Edwyn Collins, was recorded at his West Heath Studios, in London.
The chorus from single 'Hunger' was used in a TV advert for Domino's Pizza.
Chorus Of Fools
Put You In Your Place
The Sunshine Underground
The Art Of...
No Fighting in the War Room
Ten New Messages
Ten New Messages is the second album from London-based indie rock band The Rakes. The album was released on 19 March 2007 and reached number 38. The first single from the album—"We Danced Together"—was released on 12 March 2007, reaching number 38 on the British singles chart. The second single is "The World Was a Mess But His Hair Was Perfect," and was released on 16 July 2007.
Speaking about the album, lead singer Alan Donohoe said, "The album was inspired by a combination of choral music, the television show 24, Bond theme tunes, World War I poets and the Sugababes".
The Rakes also went on their biggest ever UK tour, playing 11 gigs over 13 days in March 2007.
This Is Not the World (Deluxe Edition)
This Is Not The World is an album by post-punk revivalists The Futureheads.
It was released on 26 May 2008, on their own label Nul Records. The reason for creating their own label has been in one part the sale performance of their previous album which led the band from being dropped from their previous label and the own decision of the band of having more independence.
In advance, The Futureheads have released three singles of the forthcoming album. The first one is "Broke Up the Time", released in November 2007 as a free download through the band's official page and the band's MySpace. The second one is "The Beginning of the Twist", which was released as a video single on 1 February 2008 and was then be released 'officially' on 10 March. The third single "Radio Heart", released to promote the album, was released a week prior to the album. The Futureheads will also be releasing various live renditions of "The Beginning of the Twist" for free download on their official webpage and which will be recorded every single night of their upcoming tour. The album was available on file sharing networks several weeks before its official release date.
Tell Me Tell Me Tell Me
Look See Proof
Sinners & Winners EP
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.
The Bakers Arms Dozen - A Fierce Panda Collection
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.
Civilian (International Version)
Boy Kill Boy
Civilian is the debut album by Boy Kill Boy. It was released on May 22, 2006, and reached number 16 in the UK Album Chart.
Freedom Run is the third studio album by The Rifles released 19 September 2011, produced by Charles Rees and Chris Potter. On 2 August 2011 The Rifles announced that the first single from the album would be "Tangled Up in Love".
Missing Songs (Deluxe Version)
Missing Songs is a compilation album by the British indie rock band Maxïmo Park comprising B-sides and demos previously available only on British released singles. The John Lennon cover "Isolation" was also featured on a compilation made up of cover versions of Lennon's songs that was given away with a British monthly music magazine.
Everybody Loves A Scene
No Mundane Options
No Mundane Options is The Paddingtons' second album, released on 3 November 2008, and released through their own Mama Bear record label.
Only For The Brave
Bank Place Locomotive Society
Tango in the Attic
Up, Guards and at Em
The Pigeon Detectives
Up, Guards and at 'Em! is the third full length studio album by Leeds based Indie rock band The Pigeon Detectives. Following the 2009 album Emergency. It was released on 4 April 2011.
The band released two tracks off the album 'She Wants Me' and 'Done in Secret' in the build up to the album launch with the second release 'Done In Secret' to be the first single off the Album.
Fantasy Black Channel
Late of the Pier
Fantasy Black Channel is the debut studio album by British dance-punk band Late of the Pier. It was released on 30 July 2008 in Japan through Toshiba EMI and on 4 August 2008 in the British Isles on Parlophone, the band's primary label. Five tracks had already been released as singles in the United Kingdom: "Bathroom Gurgle", "The Bears Are Coming", "Space and the Woods" and "Focker" as a double A-side, and "Heartbeat". The record peaked at number 28 on the UK Albums Chart, but failed to chart in the United States.
The album was recorded in frontman Sam Eastgate's bedroom in Castle Donington, England, and at several locations in London. It went through a fractured creative process that lasted more than two years. It was eventually produced by Eastgate and DJ Erol Alkan between 2007 and 2008. Fantasy Black Channel does not contain a unifying musical or lyrical theme; rather, it is a collage of all the ideas, genres, and studio effects that fascinated the band members and Alkan, especially during live recording sessions. The record was very well received by critics. It was often treated as one of the best British albums of 2008 because of its eclecticism and spirit of invention.
You & I
Cut Off Your Hands
You & I is the 2008 debut album from Auckland pop-rock band Cut Off Your Hands. It was released in 2009 in the US. It was recorded with well-known indie producer Bernard Butler. Their song "Happy as Can Be" featured in the video game by EA Sports, FIFA 10.
The Hunter's Daughter
I Was A Cub Scout
Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy (Special Edition)
Little Man Tate
Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy is the second album by Sheffield band Little Man Tate released on 15 September 2008. It was released as a standard CD and a special enhanced version with exclusive video footage.
Rumpus Export Edition
The Greats and the Happenings
Post War Years
The Little Ones
Morning Tide is the debut full-length album by the band The Little Ones. It was released on July 28, 2008 on CD, digital download and 7" vinyl.
Five O'Clock Heroes
Different Times is the third album by Five O'Clock Heroes and was released on February 15, 2011, via Glaze Records.
Hockey's debut, Mind Chaos, was initially going to be released by Sony Records -- the band even got as far as reworking some of its demos in the studio with producer Jerry Harrison -- but the album's fate was left in limbo when the label dropped the band. Mind Chaos got a new lease on life when Hockey's songs made their way to BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, whose championing of the strutting "Learn to Lose" helped earned the band another major-label deal. It's easy to hear why two big labels were interested in Mind Chaos; Hockey's angular basslines, chugging guitars, and washy keyboards call to mind tried and true, new wave-tinged acts like the Strokes, OK Go, and the Killers. For most of the album, they don't stray far from this style, and considering that they had been around for a while before Mind Chaos's 2009 release, they sound effective, but not especially fresh. Most of the band's character resides in Ben Grubin's raspy vocals, which lie somewhere between a young Rod Stewart and the Strokes' Julian Casablancas, and his surprisingly smart lyrics. He's nothing if not self-aware: Grubin sings about writing "a truthful song over an '80s groove" on the Cars-like "Song Away," the only Harrison-produced song that ended up on Mind Chaos' final version. Elsewhere, his hyper-literate tales of self-loathing posers and late-night intrigue give Hockey an appealingly witty personality. When they stretch out, they get intriguing, if mixed, results: "Work" reveals a slinkier, smokier side to the band, as well as a disco fetish, while "Preacher" travels from a gospel-infused ballad to blazing rock. Mind Chaos is an uneven but promising debut. Considering how much difficulty Hockey experienced in getting it out, it'll be interesting to hear what they do with a (hopefully) easier road ahead of them.
Black Heart, Blue Eyes EP
Tigers That Talked
Cheeky Cheeky And The Nosebleeds
The Cast Of Cheers
Pop Meat / Your Corruptor
You Dig The Tunnel, I'll Hide The Soil
You Dig the Tunnel, I'll Hide the Soil is the debut album by Hatcham Social, released on 16 March 2009 on Fierce Panda Records in the UK and TBD Records in the US.
Some Reptiles Grew Wings EP
Egyptian Hip Hop
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