4 fried chickens and a coke

Posted by gregor on Tuesday, February 6th, 2007

i am procrastinating at the moment. so i may as well throw this out there. i am still on the fence about these young lads. although, i dig the new record quite a bit more than their debut.

here they are performing on 1.30.07, maide vale radio one session.

1. intro

2. song for clay

3. hunting for witches

4. positive tension

5. banquet

6. waiting for the 7.18

7. the prayer

8. this modern love

9. i still remember

10. like eating glass

11. two more years

12. sunday

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9 Responses to 4 fried chickens and a coke

  1. 4 fried chickens and a coke Published February 6th, 2007 in tunes and shows. 4 Comments

  2. by advertising directors rather than driven by the artist. (Morning Edition, February 8, 2007, by Joel Rose) Follow the link and listen to the broadcast: NPR: Indie Bands Weigh Commercial Deals Captain’s Dead: Has the BBC radio one session of Bloc Party Daytrotter: Serves up their Thursday Sessions with Whispertown 2000 ovah here.

  3. Rich says:

    I thought I was the only blogger who wasn’t in love with Bloc Party. Haven’t heard the new one yet, but I’ve read a couple unfavorable reviews. Guess I’ll check it out at some point.

  4. David says:

    I have read nothing but good reviews. If you really want to know if you like them try listening to them instead of reading reviews.

    Sorry to be so forward. I think the album along with the b-sides are great. That is my opinion though after giving them a good listen!

  5. gregor says:

    yeah, rich i am by no means ga-ga over them but i like them enough in small doses. david, have you heard the new record as of yet?

  6. Rich says:

    Uh, David, I’ve listened to Bloc Party any number of times. Just haven’t liked them enough to bother seeking out the new album. Not sure why I should feel compelled to do so if I haven’t enjoyed their prior work much. Really, I’m bored with that whole moody dance-rock genre in general.

    Lots of people, like you, think they’re great. To date, I don’t. No biggy.

  7. Dan says:

    Thanks for the tracks…

    The latest stuff sounds “cleaner” than the debut.

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