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  • Artist: Kaiser Chiefs
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  • Summary [Last.fm]: Kaiser Chiefs are an alternative rock band which formed in Leeds, England in early 2003. The band consists of Ricky Wilson (vocals), Andrew White (guitar), Simon Rix (bass), Nick "Peanut" Baines (keyboards) and Nick Hodgson (drums). The band has released three albums as of 2005 and have released 11 singles, including the hits I Predict a Riot , Oh My God , Ruby and Never Miss a Beat</
Kaiser Chiefs - Employment [2005][2CD+2 SkidVids+Cov]192Kbps (Size: 167.39 MB)
  Audio_Video Info.txt 3.37 KB
  CD1_01 Kaiser Chiefs - Everyday I Love You Less & Less.mp3 4.99 MB
  CD1_02 Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot.mp3 5.34 MB
  CD1_03 Kaiser Chiefs - Modern Way.mp3 5.58 MB
  CD1_04 Kaiser Chiefs - Na Na Na Na Naa.mp3 4.16 MB
  CD1_05 Kaiser Chiefs - You Can Have It All.mp3 6.31 MB
  CD1_06 Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God.mp3 4.93 MB
  CD1_07 Kaiser Chiefs - Born To Be A Dancer.mp3 4.82 MB
  CD1_08 Kaiser Chiefs - Saturday Night.mp3 4.76 MB
  CD1_09 Kaiser Chiefs - What Did I Ever Give You.mp3 5.71 MB
  CD1_10 Kaiser Chiefs - Time Honoured Tradition.mp3 3.79 MB
  CD1_11 Kaiser Chiefs - Caroline Yes.mp3 5.79 MB
  CD1_12 Kaiser Chiefs - Team Mate.mp3 4.68 MB
  CD2_01 Kaiser Chiefs - Hard Times Send Me [Live].mp3 3.85 MB
  CD2_02 Kaiser Chiefs - Modern Way [Live].mp3 5.4 MB
  CD2_03 Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot [Live].mp3 5.52 MB
  CD2_04 Kaiser Chiefs - Time Honoured Tradition [Live].mp3 4.44 MB
  CD2_05 Kaiser Chiefs - Na Na Na Na Naa [Live].mp3 4.34 MB
  CD2_06 Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God [Live].mp3 5.06 MB
  Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot [2005][SkidVid].mpg 40.37 MB
  Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God [2005][SkidVid].mpg 36.74 MB
  Kaiser Chiefs-Employment [Back].jpg 300.15 KB
  Kaiser Chiefs-Employment [CD1].jpg 149.59 KB
  Kaiser Chiefs-Employment [CD2].jpg 149.92 KB
  Kaiser Chiefs-Employment [Front].jpg 221.36 KB


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Sometimes the greatest success stories sprout from the tiniest of ambitions. When Kaiser Chiefs formed up in Leeds, England around the summer of 2003, their aim wasn't to conquer stadiums and change the world. Instead, these five Britpop-obsessed oddballs began plotting a rather more modest plan. In the shadowy corners of clubs and venues across the city Ricky Wilson [lead vocals, owner of stylish blue and orange suit], Andrew 'Whitey' White [guitar], Simon Rix [bass], Nick 'Peanut' Baines [keyboards and modeller of impressive pork-pie hats] and Nick Hodgson [drums and vocals] decided to form a band that would harness the awesome capability of being able to blag an early slot at the following year's Leeds Festival. The Kaisers' story actually begins some time before they'd decided to name themselves after a successful South African football team. School friends Simon, Peanut and Nick had been playing together in various bands since the age of 15 before spying art school graduate and restless-ball-of-energy Ricky singing with a Rolling Stones tribute band. Right now, everybody wants a piece of the Kaiser Chiefs. Blur producer Stephen Street was so bowled over he offered his services for debut album 'Employment', a barrage of bouncing art-pop brilliance.
Album Review:
On Employment, raffish, trilby-clad young Leeds quintet Kaiser Chiefs prove themselves the logical heirs to the Britpop throne previously warmed by the likes of Blur and Supergrass, twinning expectant verses with rollicking choruses and generally acting very much like indie-rock's latest swaggering young Jack the Lads.
There's no doubt, the Kaisers know their rock history: 'Oh My God' and 'Every Day I Love You Less and Less' barrel along with something of Madness' playful charm, while 'You Can Have It All' and the lush 'Caroline, Yes' appear to be conscious nods to the sleepy, harmony-laden Californian pop vision of Brian Wilson. The lyrics of frontman Ricky Wilson, however, are rooted in a very English sensibility--one often traditional and occasionally, bizarrely archaic: "Walking through town is quite scary/ It's not very pretty, I tell thee," he gasps on adrenaline-fuelled urban nightmare 'I Predict A Riot'. It's the sort of pleasingly unusual idiosyncrasy that sees Employment stand out from the fashionable indie pack, and assuming the Chiefs can continue to keep their foibles the right side of irksome, any attitude is thoroughly justified.
The bonus CD included in the limited edition, has 6 live performances of tracks from the main album.
CD1 Tracks:
01 Everyday I Love You Less & Less
02 I Predict A Riot
03 Modern Way
04 Na Na Na Na Naa
05 You Can Have It All
06 Oh My God
07 Born To Be A Dancer
08 Saturday Night
09 What Did I Ever Give You?
10 Time Honoured Tradition
11 Caroline, Yes
12 Team Mate
CD2 Tracks:
01 Hard Times Send Me [Live]
02 Modern Way [Live]
03 I Predict A Riot [Live]
04 Time Honoured Tradition [Live]
05 Na Na Na Na Naa [Live]
06 Oh My God [Live]
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Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot [2005]
Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God [2005]
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