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Keane - The Best Of Keane (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

8-11-2013, 16:49
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Keane - The Best Of Keane (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

Artist: Keane
Title Of Album: The Best Of Keane (Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Universal Island Records
Genre: Britpop, Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 154:54 Min
Total Size: 372 Mb | 1 Gb


Disc 1
1. Everybody’s Changing 3:35
2. Somewhere Only We Know 3:55
3. Bend and Break 3:38
4. Bedshaped 4:35
5. This Is The Last Time 3:27
6. Atlantic 4:10
7. Is It Any Wonder? 3:05
8. Nothing In My Way 3:59
9. Hamburg Song 4:37
10. Crystal Ball 3:53
11. A Bad Dream 5:02
12. Try Again 4:27
13. Spiralling 3:24
14. Perfect Symmetry 5:11
15. My Shadow 4:49
16. Silenced By The Night 3:16
17. Disconnected 3:56
18. Sovereign Light Cafe 3:28
19. Higher Than the Sun 3:21
20. Won’t Be Broken 3:42

Disc 2
1. Snowed Under 3:49
2. Walnut Tree 3:37
3. Fly To Me 5:32
4. To The End Of The Earth 3:02
5. The Way You Want It 3:16
6. Something In Me Was Dying 4:46
7. Allemande 4:23
8. Let It Slide 4:09
9. He Used To Be A Lovely Boy 3:36
10. Thin Air 3:56
11. The Iron Sea (Magic Shop Version) 4:29
12. Maybe I Can Change 3:55
13. Time To Go 3:49
14. Staring At The Ceiling 3:50
15. Myth 4:54
16. Difficult Child 3:44
17. Sea Fog (Live in Mexico City) 3:41
18. Russian Farmer’s Song 6:34

Keane's piano-driven pop/rock is created by vocalist Tom Chaplin, drummer Richard Hughes, and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, three childhood friends from the small town of Battle in East Sussex, England. Formed in 1997, the group started out as a college-aged cover band. Guitarist Dominic Scott was also part of this early incarnation, having previously played cover songs with Hughes and Rice-Oxley in a band named the Lotus Eaters. Keane toured the East Sussex circuit for several years while internalizing the epic sounds of their set list, which included songs by Oasis, U2, and the Beatles. The quartet began performing original material in 1998, although Chaplin left for Edinburgh University shortly thereafter to study art history. The move proved to be brief, as he returned to London in 1999 and doubled his efforts with Keane.
Buoyed by Chaplin's tenor vocals and Rice-Oxley's inventive keyboard effects, the group made its studio debut in 2000 with a self-released single, "Call Me What You Like." Wolf at the Door followed one year later, but the band still struggled to find its momentum as Scott left the lineup in July, leaving the band without a guitarist. Keane continued performing as a trio and happened upon their big break in December 2002, when Fierce Panda Records representative Simon Williams (who had helped discover Coldplay several years prior) was summoned by a friend to attend a Keane gig in London. Williams was impressed with the band's performance and offered to issue Keane's next single, Everybody's Changing, on the spot. The limited-edition release became a success on U.K. radio and attracted attention from major record labels, several of whom began to swarm around the group.
Keane signed with Island Records in 2003 and released This Is the Last Time, the band's final single for the Fierce Panda label, before the year was up. They made their major-label debut one year later with Hopes and Fears, which hit the top of the U.K. album charts during its first week of release and beat out Morrissey's You Are the Quarry. The ballad "Somewhere Only We Know" became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic, and Keane received two Brit Awards (for Best Breakthrough Act and Best Album 2005) while earning a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. The album went on to become the second highest-selling record of the year in the U.K., barely losing out to the Scissor Sisters' debut.
Keane opened several shows during U2's 2005 tour in support of their debut, which was followed several months later by the Live Recordings 2004 EP. When it came time to return to the recording studio, the band once again enlisted producer Andy Green and fashioned a darker album titled Under the Iron Sea. Arriving in 2006, it debuted at number four on the Billboard Top 200, topped the U.K. charts, and spun off the band's most successful single to date with Is It Any Wonder? Keane chose to pursue a different agenda for their next project, however, returning in 2008 with a slightly retooled sound — including the presence of electric guitar — and a new album, Perfect Symmetry. Two years later, they changed directions yet again with the release of Night Train, an eight-song EP featuring collaborations with the Somali rapper K'NAAN. Released in 2012, Strangeland, the full-length follow-up to Perfect Symmetry, married that album’s use of guitars and über-pop sensibility with the anthemic, piano-led sound prevalent on the band’s first two albums, particularly Under the Iron Sea.

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dino69   User offline   9 November 2013 02:30

Merci beaucoup!

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