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The Midnight Organ Fight
 : The Midnight Organ Fight

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by: Frightened Rabbit


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: CD
EAN: 0600116997029
Item Dimensions: 4755112492
Label: Fatcat Records
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Fatcat Records
MPN: FATCD70
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: April 29, 2008
Publisher: Fatcat Records
Release Date: August 31, 2004
Studio: Fatcat Records




Disc 1:
  1. The Modern Leper
  2. I Feel Better
  3. Good Arms Vs. Bad Arms
  4. Fast Blood
  5. Old Old Fashioned
  6. The Twist
  7. Bright Pink Bookmark
  8. Head Rolls Off
  9. My Backwards Walk
  10. Keep Yourself Warm
  11. Extrasupervery
  12. Poke
  13. Floating In The Forth
  14. Who'd You Kill Now?
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FRIGHTENED RABBIT - THE MIDNIGHT ORGAN FIGHT - CD

Amazon.com:
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. It's cathartic. In "The Modern Leper," Hutchison laments that "a cripple walks among all you tired human beings," while in "Good Arms vs Bad Arms," he admits that "I might not want you back, but I want to kill him." For all the unvarnished honesty, a cautious optimism shines through, particularly on the ebullient "Old Old Fashioned," within which he suggests, "We can get old, old fashioned just like they did in '43!" Aside from their keen melodic sense, the musicians alternate between acoustic strumming and electric thrumming; fast songs and leisurely ones, like the Simon and Garfunkel-ish "Poke.” Though the Glaswegians have their own thing going on, they still bring a few other acts to mind, particularly the Shins, Arab Strap, and indie-era Snow Patrol. Followers of those more established entities will find an equally appealing, if pricklier sensibility at play throughout this Fight. --Kathleen C. Fennessy



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