Jamie T - Panic Prevention
NME.COM feature on Jamie T - Panic Prevention album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 28 August 2007
Thamesbeat minstrel pens a sweary love letter to London town
Some people take immediate offence to Jamie T… hear him sing – all spittle-flecked excitement and cod-Jamaican pronunciation – and go “But he’s just a trustafarian from Wimbledon!”, like life might be more fun if all white kids from Wimbledon sung about tennis and shopping centres. Fact is, though, the best metropolitan records are part gutter reality, part romantic fantasy, and so...
- Jan 29, 2007
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- Brand New Bass Guitar
- Calm Down Dearest
- So Lonely Was The Ballad
- Back In The Game
- Dry Off Your Cheeks
- Ike & Tina
- If You Got The Money
- Alicia Quays
- Northern Line
- Back To Mine For A Moonshine
Yeasayer, Jamie T, Lil Wayne, The Antlers
- Nov 9, 2009
The new tunes are great, but it’s the gags that make this show – in a converted loo – so memorable. Ginglik, London, Wednesday September 9
- Sep 16, 2009
The Wimbledon troubadour tries a bigger sound, with largely successful results
- Sep 8, 2009
Art School Glasgow
The Dome - Tufnell Park
The London songwriter will put out his third LP on September 29
The singer-songwriter will embark on a short tour this summer
First song from London artist ahead of four comeback tour dates
Jamie T - Panic Prevention: Wikipedia Album Entry
Panic Prevention is the Mercury Prize nominated debut album by wimbledon-born singer-songwriter Jamie T, released in the United Kingdom on January 29, 2007. The album is so-called because of the panic attacks Jamie suffered as an adolescent. Most of the songs on the album deal with aspects of modern 'youth' culture in the UK, and as such has been strongly compared to the works of The Streets, Lily Allen and The Libertines. Three singles have been released from the album prior to its release: Sheila, If You Got The Money and Calm Down Dearest. As of December 2007, the album has sold over 159,400 copies in the UK. It also came 100th in a list of Top 100 Albums of 2007 in the UK.
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