Remarkable albums from the past…

‘The Futureheads’ by THE FUTUREHEADS
Released: 12 July 2004 – The British band first LP

ALL MUSIC review: “On their self-titled full-length debut, The Futureheads turn
the promise of their early EPs and singles into an almost relentlessly playful, lively,
and smart album of zippy post-punk-pop. Even though shades of XTC, the Jam, and
Gang of Four (whose Andy Gill produced the album) jump out at almost every turn
on Futureheads, the band’s chiming, precise vocal harmonies — which sound more
British Invasion than new wave — give their sound a distinctive kick.”

Full review here – Score: 4/5

TURN UP THE VOLUME! says: With the speedy guitars, the agitated pace, clever harmonies and amazingly catchy tunes it felt like The Futureheads reinvented punk.

TOP TRACKS: Robot / A to B / Decent Days And Nights /
Meantime / ALMS / Stupid And Shallow

ALBUM in full…

THE FUTUREHEADS: Website – Facebook – All Albumsµ

Probably the most harmonious punk band ever

(photo: FB The Futureheads)

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