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  • Audio CD (26 Feb. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: B-Unique
  • ASIN: B000LSAIMG
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KAISER CHIEFS Yours Truly Angry Mob (2007 UK Special Edition 13-track CD album super jewel case picture sleeve BUN122CD)

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If your previous album was a slow-burning success story, it can be hard to be expected to hit the ground running on the follow-up. Fortunately, the Kaiser Chiefs have done just that on the fantastically-titled Yours Truly, Angry Mob. Like Employment, their debut and this album's predecessor, Yours Truly... is full of radio-friendly, hook-ridden tunes that mask cunningly subversive lyrics. The Kaiser Chiefs are very much a Britpop band, which is probably why "Highroyds" opening couplet--"I remember nights out when we were young/ They weren't very good they were rubbish"--sounds like something Jarvis Cocker would sing, while being backed by the boys from Blur. And it's this lyrical sentiment that's carried throughout the album, much of which is satire wrapped up in potential singles. Best of all, and a perfect example of this, is "The Angry Mob", sure to be shouted along to by exactly the people it's targeting. It's the rare band that can mock and judge its audience and still be loved by them, but that's exactly what the Kaiser Chiefs have done on Yours Truly, Angry Mob. --Ted Kord

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After the huge success of Leeds formed indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs' debut album Employment (and the first four singles, which were equally as successful, and soon became anthems for the new generation of indie lovers), these five man followed it up in 2007 with a superior second. 'Yours Truly, Angry Mob' is lyrically darker, and maturer in the song's lyrics, which deal with the gritty topics of street crime, violence, fame, and tabloid inaccuracies. It's also a much more guitar-driven album, and once more, virtually every track on it holds up. It is still perhaps the best introduction (if it's a studio album you prefer over the hits retrospective Souvenir: The Singles 2004-2012) to the Kaiser Chiefs, if you're still a novice.

These men are responsible for a string toe-tappingly catchy, radio-friendly anthems, and although things open with the infectious number one hit 'Ruby', a simply great pop-rock song, don't judge this album solely on the strength of that, because there is still much more to enjoy, and that isn't even the best track. Further singles like 'The Angry Mob', and 'Everything Is Average Nowadays' added on to their already impressive list of hits, and 'Love's Not a Competition (But I'm Winning)' is another stand out, which should have done much better than did in the charts. There are some more apparent Britpop influences on here, especially with the album-only songs 'I Can Do Without You', and the Blur-esque 'Try Your Best', which is one of the record's few mellower moments.
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I got this album when it was on a special, as I had heard of all the good things about this group. This album is a good compilation of tracks and songs. I know the group from the song Ruby and it is still as catchy now as when I first heard it a long time ago. From the excellent Ruby to the slower Boxing Champ, good album worthy of any collection.
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I wasn't really sure what to expect from the Chiefs' second album. Their first album was a successful hit, and I wasn't sure they could improve on it. I was proved wrong.

'Yours Truly, Angry Mob', is a more guitar-driven affair, with catchy hooks and superb vocals. KC maintain their radio-friendly image but they also add a more rocking sound to their already accomplished sound.

'Ruby' was the first single to be released and it's not difficult to see why. Shot straight to number one in the singles charts and has a great chorus mixed with brilliant guitar riffs. Ricky Wilson's vocals are improved on 2004's 'Employment', and his vocals have always been strong. An excellent opener. 10/10.

'The Angry Mob' is another anthem, and a typical KC song. Catchy, memorable and brilliant. The part where Wilson begins to sing 'We are the angry mob, we read the papers every day....' is sure to be a highlight around stadiums wherever they go. Superb. 9/10.

'Heat Dies Down' is track three, and it maintains the intensity and purpose of the previous two tracks. This is more in the vein of 'Ruby' than 'The Angry Mob' to be honest. Excellent riffs, and an infectious chorus, coupled with superb, witty, sharp songwriting. This song is the Chiefs at their very best. 10/10.

Track four is 'Highroyds', which harks back to the band's youth. Wilson sings sharply about their teenage years. 'No need for ID with those dresses...' is one witty line among many. The 'woo's' are catchy and the riffs are equally as rememberable. The song finishes with Wilson singing about an ex asking for a song to be written about her...'I don't think so!' is Wilson's emphatic answer to that. Excellent. 9/10.
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I'm surprised to read the negative reviews here, Unimaginative, and uninspiring are just some of the terms I've read that have surprised me. 'Rock' never used to be my thing, the kaiser chiefs among some others have changed my mind on that. This is a brilliant second album. Of note of course is the brilliant 'Ruby'. 'Everything is average nowadays?' not with this album my dears.
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Yours Truly, Angry Mob surprised to see this is selling for £5 on amazon because this is a superb 2nd album from the Kaisers with the hit singles Ruby,Angry Mob and my personal favourite Love Is Not A Competition (But I'm Winning]. High energy Brit pop on steroids.
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