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Playing the waiting game.

The B sides has some new songs and some live versions from their first album We'll Live and Die in these Towns. If your tired of playing the waiting game until The Enemy release their next album then this is a little release (because between you and me I can't frickin' wait till their next album!). The new material is good and certainly inspiring for their next album.

AR 08 is mad... but also right.

I think the You're Not Alone remix is one of the best things on there. No, its not the 3 lads from Cov that we know and love doing what they do best, but its something new and fresh that you could hear in the clubs. It has menacing dark synths throughout and builds all the time untill the massive climax where the strings set my endorphins racing, and then you hear the brilliant lines selected from the song, "there's just too many dreams in this wasteland, for you to leave us all behind...." But i do agree that F.K.T.Y.O.O.N is brilliant, as is Ordinary Girl, I would have been happy to see Either of those two tracks on the Album.

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A lot of the reviews here are attacking this album for the fact that it is a B side album and that the songs arent as good as they are on Well Live And Die In These Towns, or that the Enemy, having only had one album, are somehow unworthy of this b-side collection just yet. That said, one listen to the songs here prove that the Enemy had an incredible back up for their debut album. 'Fear Killed The Youth Of Our Nation' is as good a song as any on their debut, and is undeniably the best here. Others such as 'Get Blown Away' and 'Ordinary Girl' show a progression to the enemy's songwriting and possibly something to look forward to from album 2. Also worth a listen is the live version of 'Away From Here', which is a completely different format from the original. The fact that they are now collaborating with the specials shows what an amazing year they have had. If there is one downside to this album then it comes in the form of 'Youre Not Alone (Neoteric Mix)', a cruel slaughter of a brilliant track that should not have been released for public listen. This however is the only area where they loose points, since the rest of the album contains brilliant b sides that were previously unavailable through itunes. If anything it shows that if there is one band who could pull off a b-sides and rarities cd after just on album, then its the enemy.


Formed: Coventry, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Young gunslingers from the British Midlands who bring together the potent swagger of Oasis with the nervy passion of the Jam, the Enemy became one of the U.K.'s most talked about new bands of 2007 on the basis of a pair of independent singles and some firebrand live shows. Born and raised in Coventry, lead singer and guitarist Tom Clarke, bassist Andy Hopkins, and drummer Liam Watts were only 16 years old when they decided to pool their talents and form a band (though Clarke had started learning...
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