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Alms - The Futureheads - The Futureheads (CD, Album)

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Posted 22.10.2019 by Mir in category "Bluegrass


  1. By Shakajind on
    The Futureheads hail from Sunderland and take their influence from Devo, Queen, Fugazi and Kate Bush. Their debut, self-titled album is a pop masterpiece with a difference. Yes the tunes are catchy and bright but they possess a nagging intensity and off-kilter rhythm that puts them more on a par with the work of Talking Heads than the polished /5(68).
  2. By Vigore on
    The Futureheads: Powers (Nul) Seminal Sunderland post-punkers are back after a lengthy hiatus with a streamlined, sensational recalling of their salad days. Sam Lambeth gets a few decent days and nights out of this one. There’s a line in the new Futureheads record that feels like a .
  3. By Faucage on
    A hiatus can do wonders for a band. When England's Futureheads last released an album, it was , and the album was Rant, an odd – yet highly enjoyable – a cappella truesmasherdilkreeredshade.xyzinfo mental.
  4. By Shakat on
    The Futureheads - CD () for $ from truesmasherdilkreeredshade.xyzinfo Pop / Rock Spin: 'They add enough kinds to the old herky-jerky formulae to make their half-hour in the sun blaze by like nobody's business.' - Grade: B+ - Order by Phone /5(52).
  5. By Zololkis on
    On their self-titled full-length debut, the Futureheads turn the promise of their early EPs and singles into an almost relentlessly playful, lively, and smart album of zippy post-punk-pop. Even though shades of XTC, the Jam, and Gang of Four (whose Andy Gill produced the album) jump out at almost every turn on Futureheads, the band's chiming, precise vocal harmonies -- which sound more British.
  6. By Tygogami on
    Sep 11,  · Artist: The Futureheads Song: Hounds Of Love Album: The Futureheads Lyrics When I was a child, running in the night I was afraid of what might be .
  7. By Fenrik on
    Jul 29,  · Like 70s post-punks Wire, British rockers The Futureheads show little regard for traditional verse/chorus/verse structure, yet still manage to come away with irresistably hook-laden songs that.
  8. By Fezshura on
    THE FUTUREHEADS Rant (Official UK Nul label track promotional CD - The Futureheads fifth studio album was recorded entirely acapella and features no instrumentation apart from vocals, the single releases from the album were their cover versions of 'Meet Me Halfway' [Black Eyed Peas], 'Beeswing' [Richard Thompson], 'The No. 1 Song In Heaven' [Sparks] and 'Acapella' [Kelis].
  9. By JoJolmaran on
    The Futureheads, an Album by The Futureheads. Released 26 October on Sire (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk Revival, Indie Rock.

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