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Sing the Greys

18 Nov. 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Label: FatCat Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2006 FatCat Records
  • Total Length: 34:51
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  • ASIN: B00BADV30C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,177 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By experimusicdotcom on 24 Nov. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Frightened Rabbit are an unconventional three-piece specialising in a raw yet melodic brand of indie-pop undertaken with a fervent garage rock aesthetic. Originally formed by vocalist Scott Hutchinson as a solo project, Frightened Rabbit bolstered its ranks with Scott's brother, Grant (Drums, vocals) and Billy Kennedy (vocals, guitar). After sending a demo in to Fat Cat (Sigur Ros, Mum, Set Fire to Flames), 3 tracks appeared on Fat Cat's innovative demo page to much acclaim. `Sing the Greys' was originally released last year in an ultra-limited quantity, yet this plush re-release by Fat Cat not only cements the fact that `Frightened Rabbit' are going places, but also adds remastering and a live bonus track.

`Sing the Greys' consists of 12 tracks and clocks in at a comparatively short 34 minutes. The band announce their arrival with a bang thanks to the stomping opener, `The Greys' which is a haunting and powerful lament centering on a rousing cluster of perpetual riffage and tight, busy percussion. `Music Now' is another stand out track, starting off with a skeletal and angular post-punk rouse before moving gorgeously into a fully fledged, melodic slice of dynamic indiepop bliss which recalls modern-era Idlewild at their best. Frightened Rabbit slow down proceedings with the throbbingly warm Christmas-time indie-ballad `Yawn' which grows in stature towards the end and serves as a perfect intro into the effervescent and crashing dynamics of 'Be Less Rude'. On this track the three-piece work together with complete synergy and the time spent honing their sound over the course of last year has fully paid off.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By experimusicdotcom on 24 Nov. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Frightened Rabbit are an unconventional three-piece specialising in a raw yet melodic brand of indie-pop undertaken with a fervent garage rock aesthetic. Originally formed by vocalist Scott Hutchinson as a solo project, Frightened Rabbit bolstered its ranks with Scott's brother, Grant (Drums, vocals) and Billy Kennedy (vocals, guitar). After sending a demo in to Fat Cat (Sigur Ros, Mum, Set Fire to Flames), 3 tracks appeared on Fat Cat's innovative demo page to much acclaim. `Sing the Greys' was originally released last year in an ultra-limited quantity, yet this plush re-release by Fat Cat not only cements the fact that `Frightened Rabbit' are going places, but also adds remastering and a live bonus track.

`Sing the Greys' consists of 12 tracks and clocks in at a comparatively short 34 minutes. The band announce their arrival with a bang thanks to the stomping opener, `The Greys' which is a haunting and powerful lament centering on a rousing cluster of perpetual riffage and tight, busy percussion. `Music Now' is another stand out track, starting off with a skeletal and angular post-punk rouse before moving gorgeously into a fully fledged, melodic slice of dynamic indiepop bliss which recalls modern-era Idlewild at their best. Frightened Rabbit slow down proceedings with the throbbingly warm Christmas-time indie-ballad `Yawn' which grows in stature towards the end and serves as a perfect intro into the effervescent and crashing dynamics of 'Be Less Rude'. On this track the three-piece work together with complete synergy and the time spent honing their sound over the course of last year has fully paid off.
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