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The Enemy - Music For The People Album

The Enemy - Music For The People Album

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Performer: The Enemy
Title: Music For The People
Country: UK
Released: 2009
Style: Pop Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: 825646905539
Label: Warner Bros. Records

Tracklist

1This Song Is About You
2Keep Losing
3Sing When You're In Love
4It's Not OK
5We'll Live And Die In These Towns
6No Time For Tears
7 Live At Ricoh Arena
8Elephant Song
9Be Somebody
10Away From Here
11Silver Spoon
12You're Not Alone
13Don't Break The Red Tape
1451st State
15Last Goodbye
16Had Enough
17Nation Of Checkout Girls


Credits

  • EngineerJim Anderson
  • Producer, Mixed By, EngineerMike Crossey
  • Written-ByTom Clarke


Notes

DVD recorded live at Ricoh Arena on 5th April 2008.


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 825646905539
  • Rights Society: GEMA/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC14666


Companies

  • Filmed At – Ricoh Arena


Album

Music for the People is the second studio album by Coventry-based indie rock band The Enemy, which was released 27 April 2009. It entered the UK charts at number two, losing out on the number one spot to Bob Dylan's Together Through Life. Following a short break, the trio spent the majority of autumn 2008 recording in rural Wales at Monnow Valley Studio in South Wales with producer Jim Anderson and Mike Crossey. Whilst the plan was to capitalise on the buzz from their debut, the band didn't rush the. Music For The People - The Enemy UK. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album The Enemy - Music For The People 2009. The Enemy - Elephant Song. The Enemy - No Time For Tears. The Enemy - 51st State. The Enemy - Sing When You're In Love. The Enemy - Last Goodbye. The Enemy - Nation Of Checkout Girls. The Enemy - Be Somebody. The Enemy - Don't Break The Red Tape. The Enemy - Keep Losing. The Enemy - Silver Spoon. Album 2009 10 Songs. Try it 's something rather sinister about the title of The Enemy's second album as if all other music were somehow against the people whoever they are or as if the band's modest creations had been officially sanctioned as fit for our ears. I'm instinctively suspicious about this kind of eagerly populist music, which invariably hides naked commercial ambitions behind a facade of oppositional posturing. Thus we get lighters-aloft anthems about their working-class roots Silver Spoon, sub-Springsteen dynamics pairing piano with big power-chord guita. Music for the People is the second studio album by Coventry-based band The Enemy, which was released 27 April 2009. View wiki. It entered the UK charts at numbe read more. It entered the UK charts at number two, losing out on the number one s read m. That's the trap the Enemy fall into on their sophomore set, Music for the People, a record that plays like a CliffsNotes of the past 15 years of British rock. The Enemy's rewrites of the hits of 1995 are so transparent it almost seems accidental, as if the bandmembers didn't really realize that they used the verse of Pulp's Common People for Nation of Checkout Girls or adapted Blur's The Universal for Last Goodbye. Music World Lyrics T The Enemy Albums Music For The People. The Enemy Album. Music For The People. Ever feel so small Stood in a world that owes you nothing at all Concrete up to the sky And a million people living a lie x2 Living a lie Living a lie Living a lie. So sing along With the Elephant Song So sing along With the Elephant Song. Ever feel so small Stood in a world that owes you nothing at all Concrete up to the sky And a million people living a lie Ever feel so small Stood in a world that owes you nothing at all Concrete up to the sky And a million people waiting to die A million people living a lie A million people waiting to. Music for the People. Indie Rock. Type Album. Released date 27 April 2009. Labels Warner Music Group. Produced by Mike Crossey. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album0. Elephant Song. No Time for Tears. 51st State. Sing When You're in Love. Accordingly, the follow-up to their No 1 debut ramps up the volume and the politics - both so vehemently that what comes to mind is Rage Against the Machine and their proselytising ilk. But there's no escaping the fact that a good chunk of Music for the People trundles along facelessly, unredeemed even by singer Tom Clarke's dedication to the cause. He can bellow about being born working class on the epic Silver Spoon, but that doesn't make it - or most of the rest - particularly interesting