Biffy Clyro - Only Revolutions £3.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV
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Biffy Clyro - Only Revolutions £3.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV

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Found 15th Dec 2010Made hot 15th Dec 2010
Fifth album, following 2007's 'Puzzle', from the Scots progressive indie rockers. Here they forgo the overt commercialism of 'Puzzle' in favour of a return to their classic style welding emo-style structures to technically complex math- and jazzcore elements. Named for the novel by Mark Danielewski, produced once again by Garth Richardson (Gallows) and with striking cover artwork shot by the legendary Storm Thorgerson, the album includes the singles 'Mountains', 'The Captain' and 'That Golden Rule'.

# 1. Captain, The
# Listen 2. That Golden Rule
# Listen 3. Bubbles
# Listen 4. God And Satan
# Listen 5. Born On A Horse
# Listen 6. Mountains
# Listen 7. Shock Shock
# Listen 8. Many Of Horror
# Listen 9. Booooom Blast And Ruin
# Listen 10. Cloud Of Stink
# Listen 11. Know Your Quarry
# Listen 12. Whorses

16 Comments

await the Matt Cardle comments ...

Original Poster

Haha

Regardless of any crappy covers, this is a cracking album, hot from me...

The original is always better. Fab find, heat added!
But ....Matt's version isn't bad. Could be worse, Wagner could be trying to sing it.

fruman23

Regardless of any crappy covers, this is a cracking album, hot from me...



those things remind me of pink floyd's division bell music clip

Yeah. Me too. High Hopes?

ordered thanks

...6% Quidco too.

Clyffy Biro

excellent album, didnt get recognition it deserved, love matt cardle too and if it brings biffy clyro back into the limelight then its all good!

Southern Bride

excellent album, didnt get recognition it deserved



Didn't it, though? It had spent pretty much the entire year in the top 100 album chart before they decided to take put some rather tasteless icing on the cake of success.

Here they forgo the overt commercialism of 'Puzzle' in favour of a return … Here they forgo the overt commercialism of 'Puzzle' in favour of a return to their classic style welding emo-style structures to technically complex math- and jazzcore elements.



What a load of ballax. Good night and much love

Mon the Biffy!

If you buy anything by this band you are automatically a dickcheese.

Also, if you're a badass like me, you rob music. I'm hard as f uck.

It's the same price on Amazon MP3 if anyone wants it immediately.
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