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Performer: Frightened Rabbit
Genre: Rock
Title: The Midnight Organ Fight
Country: US
Released: 2008
Style: Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1782 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1351 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1212 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 578
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The Midnight Organ Fight is the second studio album by Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit, released April 15, 2008, on Fat Cat Records. Vocalist/guitarist Scott Hutchison describes the album as being "quite relationshippy" and "a lot more intense" than its predecessor Sing the Greys. Following the album's completion, it took a month for Hutchison to be able to listen to it. Lyrically, Hutchison states that "most of the lyrics are pretty direct" and that the album "almost spells out what’s happened

The Midnight Organ Fight. The Midnight Organ Fight. They call themselves Frightened Rabbit, but there's nothing shy or timid about this Glasgow trio. On The Midnight Organ Fight, singer/guitarist Scott Hutchison says what he thinks-what he feels-and he doesn't hold anything back. That doesn't make the follow-up to 2006's Sings the Greys a difficult or painful listen. I'm not a vinyl snob; I just prefer it when I truly enjoy the entirety of an album. This easily falls into that category.

The Midnight Organ Fight Frightened Rabbit.

Midnight Organ Fight came along quickly for American listeners. It was only six short months ago that Sing the Greys graced our shores with a dust cloud interminably surrounding it, though a lengthier two years in Europe divided those releases. So, rest easy, this is still the Frightened Rabbit we knew and loved from their charmingly ‘dirty’ debut. It’s just that these.

The Midnight Organ Fight - Студийный альбом от Frightened Rabbit. Вышел 14 апреля 2008г. В альбом вошло 17 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 59:40. Frightened Rabbit - Heads Roll Off. Frightened Rabbit - Head Rolls Off (Live in Cambridge). Frightened Rabbit - Head Rolls Off (Live @ The Forum, London, 1. 2.

Midnight Organ Fight, the second studio outing from Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit, is actually the group's first proper album, as 2006's engaging yet slight Sing the Greys consisted largely of demos.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Modern Leper 3:49
2 I Feel Better 2:51
3 Good Arms Vs Bad Arms 5:07
4 Fast Blood 3:48
5 Old Old Fashioned 3:43
6 The Twist 2:31
7 Bright Pink Bookmark
Recorded By – FR*
1:13
8 Head Rolls Off 3:44
9 My Backwards Walk 3:30
10 Keep Yourself Warm 5:33
11 Extrasupervery
Recorded By – FR*
1:18
12 Poke
Recorded By – Marcus Mackay
4:36
13 Floating In The Forth 4:14
14 Who'd You Kill Now?
Recorded By – FR*
1:05

Credits

  • Artwork – Scott*
  • Engineer – Greg Giorgio, Jeremy Backofen, Kevin McMahon , Peter Katis
  • Layout – Dave Thomas
  • Mastered By – Alan Douches
  • Mixed By – Peter Katis
  • Mixed By [Assisted By] – Greg Giorgio
  • Producer – Frightened Rabbit, Peter Katis
  • Songwriter – Frightened Rabbit

Notes

Packaged in tri-fold cardboard sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 600116997029

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FAT702P Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight ‎(CD, Album, Promo) FatCat Records FAT702P US 2008
FATLP70X Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight: Expanded Edition ‎(LP, Album, RE + LP, Album, RE) FatCat Records FATLP70X US 2013
FAT007LP-C1 Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Blo) FatCat Records FAT007LP-C1 US 2016
FATLP70 Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight ‎(LP) FatCat Records FATLP70 UK 2008
FATLP70XLTD Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight ‎(2xLP, Ltd, RE) FatCat Records FATLP70XLTD UK 2013

Andromathris
so because hes dead the price is insanely inflated like this?

Fegelv
I have never been a huge fan of poetry, but sometimes you can listen to words without really understanding, and they sound good. This band should be at the top of the singles and album charts, although it could never be due to the language used. Songs are about Scottish life and are thoroughly uplifting. It seems that the raw songs have been processed by a team of American sound engineers (correct me if I'm wrong) which mixes the raw pathos of the draft music with a pop glaze, and the resultant mix occasionally tastes too rich (track 3) but overall works incredibly well. This is an album for the underground music lover who wants something he can play his friends, because this is accessible and powerful. It holds up fantastically to repeat listening and leaves you sated and happy that, yes, good music is still being made.