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Everything's The Rush [Enhanced]

Delays Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (5 May 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Poldor
  • ASIN: B0014I4VN4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,947 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Girl's On Fire (Album Version) 4:260.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Hooray (Album Version) 3:300.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Love Made Visible (EP Version) 3:590.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. One More Lie In (Part 1 - Album Version) 3:290.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Keep It Simple (Album Version) 4:110.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Pieces (Album Version) 5:220.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Touch Down (Album Version) 3:090.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Friends Are False (Album Version) 4:080.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. No Contest (Album Version) 4:060.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Silence (Album Version) 3:010.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Jet Lag (Album Version) 3:340.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. The Earth Gave Me You (Album Version - UK Bonus Track) 4:030.99  Buy MP3 

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About the Artist

Delays return to the fray this May with a brand new album on Fiction Records.

Since the release of 2006's "You See Colours", which spawned the alpha-pop hits "Valentine" (an NME Track of The Week) and "Hideaway" the Southampton quartet have had a roller-coaster time of it: from sold-out U.S. tours, playing to huge crowds at T in The Park, The Isle of Wight Festival, The V's, a bull-ring in Mexico and recording their new album in a chateaux in Spain, to nervous exhaustion, personal upheaval and parting ways with their old label. 2008 finds Delays confidently looking to the future, with a new deal with Fiction and a fantastic new album packed with technicolour hits. The schoolboy friends and band-mates for a decade (brothers Greg and Aaron Gilbert, Colin Fox and Rowly) are geared up and ready to go.

Recorded over twenty days in Spain with producer Youth (Primal Scream/Verve/Paul McCartney),"Everything's The Rush" is the sound of Delays striding confidently into a new chapter. The tunes are even brighter, the choruses even bigger, the need for emotional rescue greater than ever. "We recorded at Youth's villa in Grenada, which is high up in the mountains" explains Aaron (keyboards/vocals). "The live room has got a huge window with panoramic views over the Sierra Nevada range. When you're staring at a mountain in a room full of amps, you want to make a sound that's as big as the sky."

The songs may be the musical equivalent of a huge gulp of alpine air, but listen closer and the lyrics reveal a darker aftertaste. "One third of the album relates to the detritus of us getting out of our old deal and our private situations, and the other two thirds are about the joy of discovering new things and the beauty of making music again" explains Greg (vocals/guitar). "A song like "Hooray" sounds really uplifting, but it's actually about me having O.C.D" he laughs. "It seemed too easy to write a maudlin song. For me, music is at its best when it's fragile and human; people crave that connection." "For us," says Aaron "melody is king. We want to make music which sends a shiver down your spine." Hear it in the rich swell of "Keep It Simple", the sky-scraping stomp of "Touchdown", the rich pop melodies of "Love Made Visible" and the string-soaked cornerstone of the album "Pieces".

Turn up the speakers; join the rush.

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hooray for album number three! 21 April 2008
Format:Audio CD
Delays have been for sometime now Indie-pop's best kept secret. After their sparkling debut 'Faded Seaside Glamour' mixed Beach Boys-esque harmonies, with the coolness of the Stone Roses and the falsetto of the Cocteau's, the sky seemed the limit for this Southampton fourpiece.

Second album 'You See Colours' in many ways scaled new heights but somehow missed the public consciousness that was otherwise preoccupied with the new breed of retro 80's rockers like the Killers, and the street commentary of the Arctic's, Delays seemed to have missed a great opportunity to strike it big, despite being the freshest sounding band to emerge in over a decade, willing to mix electronics with the sound of a definitive classic British guitar band.

And so to album number three, 'Everything's The Rush'.. After November's limited release 'Love Made Visible EP', that set the tone for a sharpness in sound and direction, like they'd finally struck a finely tuned balance, particularly on the Aaron Gilbert vocal led 'Panic Attacks', and the lead song Love Made Visible (which appears here), Delays seemed to be hinting that something great was on it's way, and they haven't disappointed..

Kicking off with 'Girls On Fire', a track devotees to their live shows are all too familiar with, a sweeping, bombastic wakeup call, this is the perfect intro to what can only be described quite aptly as a Rush of a record, one that deserves a place in every sane persons record collection, jammed between the La's and A Hard Days Night, probably.

And the energy just doesn't subside for one second as we stumble into lead single 'Hooray', Greg's self confessed OCD account.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Solid, Yet Somehow.... 13 May 2008
Format:Audio CD
Okay, I'm one of the few Yanks who's actually heard of this fantastic band. I've ordered their last two releases from Amazon UK because we're too damn slow to new music here in the States! I pre-ordered from AUK and received the disc in my door three days before it was even scheduled to drop in the US - and it was almost half the price of ordering the "import" on Amazon US. Nice!

That said, here's my brief review of "Everything's The Rush."

I like it. I like it A LOT. Yet, I can't help but think the boys are taking an ill-advised whack at the mainstream on this one. I thought "You See Colours" was a brilliant step up from their amazing debut "Faded Seaside Glamour." I was hoping for a similar evolution on ETR. The first four tracks are outright genius. However, the disc sort of sputtered-out for me as I made it through the last few tracks. Who knows, maybe those last few songs will start to grow on me?

I'll be the first to admit, I miss the falsetto on this record. The vocals are strong, but I really dig it when Greg Gilbert layers his various vocal styles and leads with the high stuff. That's probably just me. I thought Aaron's vocals were just "okay." Again, I may be in the minority here, but I'm glad his vocal contribution was limited. That said, "One More Lie In" is an absolutely killer track. Layers, fatness, big beats. Really great stuff.

Please read my comments in the context of my four-star rating. This is a very solid release. The Delays are one of the best bands going right now - stupidsolid musicianship, great production and really nice songwriting.

Buy it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's definitely a rush 9 May 2008
By cezzie
Format:Audio CD
Simultaneously makes me want to get up, jump around (in an attempt at dancing) and go for a lie-down ...
The lyrics can be a bit cheesy or plain lazy sometimes - but you just get so swept along with the melody it's hard to care.
Buy it, I guarantee a single listen will leave a big grin on your face and a warm-buzzy feeling inside ;-)
[now who is being cheesy]
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5.0 out of 5 stars The anthem of the summer 7 May 2008
Format:Audio CD
While personally I didn't think "You see colours" quite matched the standard of their first album, this is not what you might term a return to form but a truly magnificent record. It's crammed full of catchy guitar riffs, powerful sweeping synths and most importantly of all, melodies that capture the soul and lead it almost to the edge of heaven. There won't be a better album this year.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rush to buy it! 3 May 2008
Format:Audio CD
Delicious new album by the psychedelic-tinged indie popsters whose earlier two albums redefined the word 'euphoric'.

On a few hearings it's not a radical departure but when you've got things right in the first place, why change too much? The uptempo tracks such as Love Made Visible and Touch Down are giddily grin-inducing, and even the slightly mockney lead vocals of keyboard whizz Aaron Gilbert on One More Lie In and Friends Are False fit the Delays template nicely. It's when lead singer Greg Gilbert hits his straps that the album truly soars however, as always.

Favourite tracks are hard to pick when the standard is so high; it's easier to find those few which don't instantly lodge in the brain and for me the slowie Pieces might need a few more listens. The one downside is perhaps an overuse of sweeping string arrangements which, while perfectly acceptable, don't necessary add much to the confident yet delicate melodies peppered throughout this record.

Delays are back and doing what they do best. As the song says, Hooray.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Third Time Unlucky
Delays appear to remain a well kept secret in the UK, despite massive success in Mexico and the Far East. Read more
Published on 5 April 2012 by A. Marczak
3.0 out of 5 stars Need to up their game
I say Delays at V Festival a few years back and a great set resulted in me buying debut effort, Faded Seaside Glamour (excellent) and You See Colours (the second album, quite... Read more
Published on 28 Jun 2011 by Travelman
2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth adding to your collection
I own all The Delays albums and have thoroughly enjoyed them all for years. However the exception to the rule is this album. Read more
Published on 22 Jun 2011 by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars Not all 100% addictive but WELL worth it
The Delays are one of my all time favourite things to listen to. Having said that, I acn only give this albu, 4 stars as it was not the 100% amazing album the previous two were. Read more
Published on 21 Jan 2011 by Rosie Bee
1.0 out of 5 stars Very Very dissapointing
Firstly let me say that I really like the Delays to the point where i regard You See Colours as one of my top 20 best albums ever. Read more
Published on 7 Oct 2010 by Ian R
1.0 out of 5 stars What happened?
I'm a massive fan of the Delays first two albums, the latter of which (You See Colours) I thought was the best album of 2006 and a near perfect pop production (Kudos to producer... Read more
Published on 11 Jan 2009 by Andrew G. Phillips
5.0 out of 5 stars hooray-album of the year-no contest...
keeping it simple...i love the first two albums,but when i read 4 or 5 reviews ,calling this a disappointing release,i almost made the mistake of believing them. Read more
Published on 27 Oct 2008 by rob slevin
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than ever
This is another great album from this band ,and the best part about it is each song actually sounds different, one of the least generic albums I can think of for a long time. Read more
Published on 21 July 2008 by E. Byrne
5.0 out of 5 stars Made in Heaven
Delays have somehow been flying beneath the radar of popular acclaim. Surprising, perhaps, given the renaissance of melodic rock in the UK, courtesy of The Feeling and so on. Read more
Published on 18 July 2008 by C. R. Hales
2.0 out of 5 stars You See Colours B Sides
I'm a massive Delays fan but this album is entirely filler for me. The lyrics and melodies are empty. There are no standout tunes, everything is predictable and cheesy. Read more
Published on 22 Jun 2008 by Jammm
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