|Title:||The Back Room Instrumentals|
|1||All Sparks (Instrumental)||3:36|
|2||Someone Says (Instrumental)||3:17|
|3||Fingers In The Factories (Instrumental)||4:18|
|9||Open Your Arms (Instrumental)||5:47|
|KWX34||Editors||The Back Room (LP, Album)||Kitchenware Records||KWX34||UK||2005|
|82876816294||Editors||The Back Room (Cass, Album)||Kitchenware Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment||82876816294||Indonesia||2006|
|BVCP-24098||Editors||The Back Room (CD, Album)||Kitchenware Records||BVCP-24098||Japan||2006|
|SNSCD0008||Editors||The Back Room (CD, Album)||Speak N Spell||SNSCD0008||Australia & New Zealand||2005|
|none||Editors||The Back Room (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Editors)||none||Russia||Unknown|
Promotional release which comes in a printed card sleeve with a sticker on the back featuring the tracklist.
Note that the sticker lists 11 tracks, although the disc only contains 10 tracks (Bullets is missing).
Track 3 is an instrumental version for the single version.
There is no cross fade between tracks 9 and 10.
It entered the UK Albums Chart at number 13 in July 2005, before peaking at number 2 in January 2006. It was produced by Jim Abbiss, and was released by Kitchenware in the United Kingdom, PIAS Recordings in Europe, and Fader Label in the United States. The Back Room was met with critical acclaim. It received a 2006 Mercury Prize nomination. The Back Room Instrumentals CDr, Album, Promo. Kobalt Music. Vendi questa versione. SNSCD0007. The Back Room 2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig. Speak N Spell, Universal Music Australia, Kitchenware Records. Australia & New Zealand. SNSCD0008. The Back Room. To favorites 8 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock Post-Punk. It entered the UK Album Charts at 13 in July 2005, before peaking at 2 in January 2006. It was produced by Jim Abbiss. The album was nominated for the 2006 Mercury Prize. The Back Room is a fine album that proves you can look backward while paving the way forward. Read full review. Album 2005 11 Songs. Other Versions. 17 Songs. 11 Songs. In This Light and On This Evening. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 1 January 2005. Not available in Russian Federation. The Back Room puts its best foot forward with the first three tracks, played with more than enough verve to compensate for their limited borrowed palette. Vocalistguitarist Tom Smith sings in a forceful but wavering voice, like Paul Banks on the edge of distraction. On opener Lights, the guitars move from standard jangle and reverb-heavy single notes into punctuating, echo-laden scrapes, recalling the work of U2's the Edge. When the tempos slow, the album gets ponderous, and The Back Room puts three melodramatic slow songs smack dab in its center