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9 thoughts on “ Not A Job - Elbow - Cast Of Thousands (CD, Album)

  1. elbow fans will be able to own the band’s first three studio albums on vinyl when they are reissued on 25th September. The heavyweight vinyl pressings cover debut, ‘Asleep in the Back’, follow up ‘Cast of Thousands’ and third album, ‘Leaders of the Free World’.
  2. ELBOW released CAST OF THOUSANDS, in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  3. The second album from Bury indie band Elbow and the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut Asleep In The Back, which was released in A brooding melancholic indie rock band, who have drawn comparisons to Radiohead and who's influences range from Jeff Buckley through to Peter Gabriel. Includes the lead single "Fallen Angel.".
  4. Oct 17,  · referencing Cast Of Thousands, CD, Album, VVR It took the British guitar group Elbow ten years to the debut album Asleep In The Back (). Fortunately for the fans they had less time for the successor.4/5().
  5. Cast of Thousands is a modern classic from one of the greatest bands on the planet right now; this album deserves to be adored & revered. Ditch your pop idols. Forget about post-ironic impressions of Spinal Tap. Admit bands like The Strokes and White Stripes are alright, but nothing special and sound an awful lot like prior American bands/5().
  6. 6) Not a Job 7) I've Got Your Number 8) Whisper Grass 9) Buttons and Zips 10) Lay Down Your Cross 11) Crawling with Idio 12) Grace Under Pressure 13) Flying Dream 14) Fallen Angel [Multimedia Track] 15) Fugitive Motel [Multimedia Track] 16) Cast of Thousands - .
  7. Cast of Thousands is Elbow’s second studio album, released August 18 , and preceded by the single “Fallen Angel.” As is customary with Elbow’s earlier albums, a bonus disc was.
  8. Leaders of the Free World is the third studio album by English rock band Elbow, released on 12 September in the UK and 21 February in the US on the V2 record label. The Japanese version of the album (released on 7 September ) features two bonus tracks, "McGreggor" and "The Good Day", which were both B-sides to the first single "Forget Myself".

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