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Bloc Party. - A Weekend In The City FLAC album


Performer: Bloc Party.
Genre: Rock
Title: A Weekend In The City
Released: 2007
Style: Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1944 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1651 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1265 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 399
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1 - Bloc Party - Song for Clay (Disappear Here). 2 - Bloc Party - Hunting for Witches. 3 - Bloc Party - Waiting for the . 8. 4 - Bloc Party - The Prayer. 5 - Bloc Party - Uniform. 6 - Bloc Party - On. Download. 7 - Bloc Party - Where Is Home. 8 - Bloc Party - Kreuzberg. 9 - Bloc Party - I Still Remember.

Bloc Party’s first full length 2005’s Silent Alarm glistened with a stylish urban aura and in the same way as Blur always did, it felt like a London record. Where as Oasis are distinctly northern in its approach to lyrics and song writing, Bloc Party felt like what it in essence was; four southern kids making a splendid indie pop record. Silent Alarm of course lacked direction and the songs seemed to be coming from all angles and while the Bloc Party buffet offered a wide variety of choices what it didn’t offer was a really cohesive album with a solid flow. Otherwise don't even start, which I feel sums up Bloc Party’s approach to A Weekend in the City. It is a vastly changed record form Silent Alarm, the band clearly wanted to set themselves apart and they sure have done.

Band Name Bloc Party. Album Name A Weekend in the City. Released date 05 February 2007. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album15. 1. Song for Clay (Disappear Here). 2. Hunting for Witches. 3. Waiting for the .

Computer programs were extensively used to enrich and amend recorded takes, while a string sextet was hired to perform on some of the tracks. The subject matter of frontman and chief lyricist Kele Okereke's lyrics for A Weekend in the City covers issues such as drug use, sexuality, and terrorism. All band members of Bloc Party conceived A Weekend in the City during 2005 while on tour in support of their critically acclaimed debut album Silent Alarm. Despite missing their home city of London, the quartet became increasingly disillusioned with the culture in the area each time they sporadically returned.

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Hunting for Witches" is a song by English rock band Bloc Party. It was released as the third single from their second studio album, A Weekend in the City, on 9 July 2007. The song peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart. Hunting for Witches" lyrics were influenced by the terrorist attacks on London's transportation system in July 2005, the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States, and the media's reaction to the attacks.

Not only are Bloc Party in familiar yet strangely distant territories, the waters here guide Bloc Party into much more emotional, much more punchy and much more experimental waters, if not slightly more forgettable.

Listen free to Bloc Party – Another Weekend In The City (We Were Lovers, England and more). Another Weekend in the City is a fan-made album of Bloc Party B-sides, and so has never been officially released.