Bloc Party - Silent Alarm flac album
Title: Silent Alarm
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1550 mb
FLAC album: 1187 mb
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Bloc Party have announced that a live version of their 2005 debut album Silent Alarm. It’s due out February 22. The record will be composed of recordings from the band’s upcoming tour, where they’ll perform Silent Alarm live in full for the first time. Bloc Party latest album, Hymns, arrived at the top of 2016. Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke recently announced that he’s written songs for a new musical, Leave to Remain, which opens in January at London’s Lyric Hammersmith. Artists In This Story.
Released February 2, 2005. Silent Alarm Tracklist. 1. Like Eating Glass Lyrics. Silent Alarm is the debut full length from UK indie rock band Bloc Party, released on 2 February 2005 in Japan and 14 February 2005 worldwide. It spawned four singles: So Here We Are, Banquet, Pioneers and Helicopter. Several tracks on the album build upon previous demos from the group’s self-titled debut EP and Little Thoughts EP, both released in 2004. The album received largely positive reception, entering the UK charts at number three and selling over a million copies
Bloc Party – Silent Alarm. Label: Wichita – WEBB075CDB. Producer – Bloc Party, Paul Epworth. Programmed By, Producer – Eliot James (tracks: CD-1 to CD-3, CD-5 to CD-13). Recorded By – Eliot James (tracks: CD-1 to CD-3, CD-5 to CD-12, CD-15).
Silent Alarm is also more varied than Bloc Party's early work indicated it might be, spanning edgy pop, atmospheric ballads, and angular, percussive tracks that are all served well by the album's big, layered production. The great single "Banquet" and even better opening track, "Like Eating Glass," put Bloc Party's heart-on-sleeve emotions in the service of tight, energetic songwriting that makes their earnestness a little easier to swallow
Band Name Bloc Party. Album Name Silent Alarm. Released date February 2005. Labels Unknown label. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album21. Like Eating Glass.
Bloc Party are pretty slippery customers. Give them a ‘new Franz’ or ‘new Manics’ tag and ‘Silent Alarm’ will wriggle free in seconds. It’s an LP as committed to pigeonholes as Pete Doherty is to turning up on time for gigs. Within seconds of the listener discerning that ‘Silent Alarm’ is a fine punk-funk album (hear ‘ Helicopter’, the mouth-dryingly intense‘Pioneers’, the breakneck rumble of‘She’s Hearing Voices’), Bloc Party will pull out the sombre, least punk or funky thing possible (their‘Street Spirit’, ‘So Here We Are’, or the echoey, unsettling‘Compliments’).
Silent Alarm rockets right out of the gate: Its first four tracks, undeniable highlights all, are driven by a taut, propulsive rhythm section. A duo of chiming guitars intertwines, and Kele Okereke's yelps build the tension, which eventually explodes on syncopated dance punk anthem "Banquet. The band then slowly unwinds with "Blue Light" and "This Modern Love," the kind of big, dramatic ballads that have the power to make you dance while you cry. Silent Alarm Bloc Party.
|0||Every Time Is The Last Time||3:25|
|1||Like Eating Glass||4:22|
|6||She's Hearing Voices||3:29|
|7||This Modern Love||4:25|
|9||Price Of Gasoline||4:19|
|11||So Here We Are||3:52|
- Mixed By – Rich Costey
- Producer – Paul Epworth
Notes2005 Producciones Mexicanas Discográficas, S.A. de C.V.
2005 Noiselab, S.A. de C.V. Bajo Licencia de Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 509848 278730
|WEBB075LP||Bloc Party||Silent Alarm (LP, Album)||Wichita||WEBB075LP||UK||2005|
|webb075cdp||Bloc Party||Silent Alarm (CD, Album, Promo)||Wichita||webb075cdp||UK||2004|
|CDJUST 039||Bloc Party||Silent Alarm (CD, Album)||Wichita||CDJUST 039||South Africa||2005|
|WEBB075CDL||Bloc Party||Silent Alarm (CD, Album + DVD-V + Ltd)||Wichita||WEBB075CDL||UK||2005|
|VVR1049822||Bloc Party||Silent Alarm And Silent Alarm Remixed (2xCD, Album, Mixed, Sil)||Wichita||VVR1049822||Australia||2005|