Lostprophets - The Fake Sound of Progress
NME.COM feature on Lostprophets - The Fake Sound of Progress album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 September 2000
Lostprophets' story is a heartening tale. Growing up in the cultural void of Pontypridd, the sextet absorbed American metal, hardcore and hiphop as an escapism.
Lostprophets' story is a heartening tale. Growing up in the cultural void of Pontypridd, the sextet absorbed American metal, hardcore and hiphop as an escapism. Nearly four years later, they've picked up an astonishingly devotedfanbase (this writer knows of at least one bloke with Lostprophets tattooed on his neck); with this re-jigged version of last year's debut album,...
- Oct 5, 2001
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- Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja
- The Fake Sound Of Progress
- Five Is A Four Letter Word
- ...And She Told Me to Leave
- The Handsome Life Of Swing
- A Thousand Apologies
- Still Laughing
- For Sure
- Ode To Summer
More lost than prophecy
- Mar 30, 2012
After four years away, Lostprophets return sharper than ever
- Jan 15, 2010
- May 2, 2007
Band release statement about their former singer's guilty plea
The daughter of Bob Geldof named two women who let their babies be abused by the singer
Ian 'H' Watkins (below) was wrongly pictured in a story about the convicted paedophile, Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins
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