Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
NME.COM feature on Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
It’s the modest ones you’ve got to look out for...
It’s the modest ones you’ve got to look out for. Franz Ferdinand’s aim is to "make records that girls can dance to and to cut through postured crap". Oh really ? After all they sport art-school crops, stripey shirts and the moniker of the archduke whose assassination kick-started the First World War. In short, last time we checked they weren’t quite Jet. So Franz Ferdinand,...
- Feb 16, 2004
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- Tell Her Tonight
- Take Me Out
- The Dark Of The Matinée
- Auf Achse
- Cheating On You
- This Fire
- Darts Of Pleasure
- Come On Home
- Shopping For Blood
- Van Tango
- Don't Start
- Love and Destroy
- Better on Holiday (BBC Air in Scotland Session 9-8-03)
- 40 ft
Four years since their half-hearted third album, they’re back to their sharpest, struttiest, guitar-driven best
- Aug 20, 2013
Franz Ferdinand, Beady Eye, Blue
- May 3, 2011
Dub, dub, dub you, dub you wanna
- May 27, 2009
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|Mar 17, 2014||Brighton Dome||Brighton|
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The band will tour the UK in March next year (2014)
The band perform a small London gig as part of the XFM Presents with Ford SYNC series
Disc including exclusive remixes and live tracks is free with the magazine on newsstands from today (September 18)
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand: Wikipedia Album Entry
Franz Ferdinand is the debut album by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand, released February 9, 2004.
It entered the United Kingdom album charts at number three in February 2004 and contains three UK top ten singles: "Take Me Out", "This Fire" (on the download chart) and "The Dark Of The Matinée" (often referred to simply as "Matinée"). The album won the 2004 Mercury Music Prize, and has sold over 3.6 million copies worldwide since its release.
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