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Author: Subject: Franz Ferdinand - Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
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posted on 21-8-2013 at 12:27 Reply With Quote
Franz Ferdinand - Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action

Has leaked - I've given it a couple of listens and it's pretty good - though I liked the last album as well! Stand out tracks are:

Stand on the Horizon
Fresh Strawberries
The Universe Expanded.

It's nice to have prominent basslines in indie.





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posted on 21-8-2013 at 21:30 Reply With Quote
looking forward to hearing this, although wasn't so keen on the last album...





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posted on 22-8-2013 at 08:24 Reply With Quote
It was quite 'bitty' and not cohesive, but had some great songs. This new one seems to flow a lot better.





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posted on 5-9-2013 at 15:37 Reply With Quote
Stand on the Horizon is so good! It's really funky and it seems like it's lots of little pieces that have been stuck together, but it works really well. There's a 3-chord ketboard stab that comes in towards the end that makes me think of Christmas.





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posted on 5-9-2013 at 15:55 Reply With Quote
a distinct 6/10 album alas. three memorable songs, nothing offensive and the rest very average. a shame...





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