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My album of the year.

To be honest, this is pure fanboy love, but jesus christ this album is phenomenal.

This album is more Bloc Party-esque than Intimacy was..

Really solid debut album. Surprised to see the lack of electronic influence in the record, but it works well.
Everything you Wanted and Unholy Thoughts really wouldn't look out of place on Silent Alarm, and it's nice to see Kele making music like this again.
On the Lam is another great track, but more in the style of how Bloc Party were headed for post-Intimacy.

Overall, an entertaining album, with most of the best aspects from BP's music from Silent Alarm through to Intimacy. Worth a bash for any BP fan.

Present minded

This was a surprise to me. I was a big fan of silent alarm and still listen to it. However wasn't bothered by bp's later releases.
I stumbled across tenderoni just last week and been looking forward to this release. After the first listen I can safely say that it's well judged, melodic, interesting, and revels in a bjork- like unrestrained wonder . My follow up to silent alarm. Congratulation kele! P.s liking the new image!

Biography

Born: Liverpool, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Best known as the singer/songwriter/guitarist for Bloc Party, Kele Okereke was born in Liverpool, England to Nigerian parents. His family moved to London and Okereke met future Bloc Party guitarist Russell Lissack while still in high school. During college, he formed the band the Angel Range with Lissack, adding bassist Gordon Moakes and drummer Matt Tong to the fold soon after. In 2003 they settled on the name Bloc Party and found success with a string of post-punk-inspired releases, starting with...
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