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Acoustic and live in London-The return

The Fratellis are the first band to record a second live session for itunes at the Apple store in Regents street. These are accoustic versions of songs from there latest album Here we stand plus their first Costello music with a couple of rarely performed live B sides thrown in. Current single Look out sunshine kicks of the set, stripped down to basics it displays Jons knack for a catchy chorus, some of the songs from Costello music have appeared in accoustic form before and suffer a bit from over familiarity but Cuntry boys and city girls shines. A must for fans but new to the Fratellis try the studio versions first. Only giving this four stars because £7.90 is a bit expensive.


Its So Good I Now Only Buy Them Live And Acoustic

Almost better hearing them acoustic

I was at the recording of most of this on Monday and the guys were on fine form. I say 'almost better hearing them acoustic' but that may have been because the audience was on more intimate terms with them on this performance. I am a definite fan now, not just a passing lover! Babydoll acoustic was inspired and I prefer it on this album.


Formed: 2005 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A brashly melodic indie rock outfit from Glasgow, the Fratellis feature vocalist/guitarist Jon Fratelli, drummer Mince Fratelli, and bassist Barry Fratelli. The witty trio played its first show in early 2005, maintaining that the band's moniker was merely an homage to Barry's original surname (however, other rumors suggest that the Fratellis borrowed it from the nemesis family featured in Steven Spielberg's film The Goonies). Such trivia only added to the Fratellis' growing appeal upon their performance...
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