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Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City flac album
  • Performer: Bloc Party
  • Title: A Weekend in the City
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Alternative Pop/Rock
  • Recording location: Garage
  • Date of release: February 5, 2007
  • MP3 size: 1447 mb
  • FLAC size 1680 mb
  • Formats MP1 WMA MOD ADX MP2 VQF
  • Duration: 51:14

Judging by their records, Bloc Party are awfully dedicated to the craft and the details of making this stuff: From their first songs onward, they've been cruising through big tricks with a studied ease that makes you wonder why other bands find it so difficult. If they have the demeanor of rock's teacher's pets, they have the talent and the work ethic, too- they're attentive, conscientious, and good at what they do. And this keeps the. ell, convincing

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.

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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 .

A Weekend In the City Bloc Party. Listen on Apple Music. 14 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute. Released: Jan 24, 2007. 2007 Bloc Party under exclusive license to Vice Music, Inc. for the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America and Central America. See All. Silent Alarm. Two More Years, Hero - Single.

Produced by Jacknife Lee, A Weekend In The City sees Bloc Party attempt to translate an honest assessment of the beats of metropolitan modern life – drink, sex, drugs and violence – into a digestible record. Much of what made the band’s 2005 debut Silent Alarm so successful is still there but the content is darker and the impact less immediate. This is a tough one to call. Yes, in every sense, but not always to its advantage. A Weekend In The City is a tale of two halves. The strong start to the album continues to amass appeal with each listen whilst the weaker latter stages become more and more stranded. This sophomore effort has enough merits to eek away from the looming shadow of Silent Alarm and signal a new era for Bloc Party. However, their defining album it isn’t and the moments of early brilliance are tinged with disappointment. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.

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.

They continue to evolve on A Weekend in the City, an unashamedly ambitious, emotional album that builds on where they've been before but still feels like a departure. Silent Alarm's eclecticism was one of its biggest strengths; not knowing exactly which Bloc Party you were going to get from song to song - arty punks, unabashed romantics, or righteously angry rockers - made for thrilling listening. They make the earnest, anthemic sound that was on the fringes of Silent Alarm the heart of A Weekend in the City, and it works remarkably well. It helps that the band's feelings are.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Song for Clay (Disappear Here) Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:49
2 Hunting for Witches Bloc Party Bloc Party 3:31
3 Waiting for the 7:18 Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:17
4 The Prayer Bloc Party Bloc Party 3:45
5 Uniform Bloc Party Bloc Party 5:32
6 On Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:46
7 Where Is Home? Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:54
8 Kreuzberg Bloc Party Bloc Party 5:27
9 I Still Remember Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:23
10 Sunday Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:59
11 SRXT Bloc Party Bloc Party 4:51

Credits:

James Banbury - Cello, String Arrangements
Sam Bell - Engineer, Programming
Bloc Party - Composer, Primary Artist
Neil Comber - Mixing Assistant
Rob Crane - Design
Alison Dodds - Violin
Vincent Greene - Viola
Jacknife Lee - Audio Production, Engineer, Keyboards, Producer, Programming
Russell Lissack - Member of Attributed Artist
Rut Blees Luxemburg - Photography
Tom McFall - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Gordon Moakes - Member of Attributed Artist
Jeremy Morris - Violin
Everton Nelson - Violin
Liz Neumayer - Vocals (Background)
Kele Okereke - Member of Attributed Artist
Rowen Rossiter - Assistant Engineer
Andrew Rugg - Assistant Engineer
Matt Tong - Member of Attributed Artist
Cenzo Townshend - Mixing
Lucy Wilkins - Violin
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