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Until the Earth Begins to Part (Bonus Track Version)

Broken Records

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Customer Reviews

Cracking Debut - Best thing to come out of Edinburgh since Sean Connery (If you like Sean Connery)

This has the best open and close to an album (Nearly Home / Slow Parade) since Stone Roses debut. Utterly brilliant stuff, but there's also some superb stuff sandwiched between these monumental tracks including their 1st single 'If the news makes you sad...' and a couple of stormers, 'If Eilert....' and 'A Good Reason' which sound like a Ceilidh on acid (I imagine). But they're all good and varied, with songs to suit any mood and If you can catch them live, do it, they're really something special. Just get it - you even get an excellent extra track on i-tunes (which wasn't on my CD version!!!!)

This has got to be album of the year!!! Love it!!

Buy it, you will keep it for life.

Enchanting, compelling and just generally brilliant.

'Broken Records' are the antidote to trash such as girls aloud, sugarbabes or *insert any other generic manufactured 'band'*. Their use of an interesting array of instruments keeps the music fresh and exciting to listen to. They are difinately for fans of 'Arcade Fire' or 'Beirut', as they are slightly similar to both, but 'Broken Records' still manage to maintain an sense of originality within their music. They are a band whose music will still feel fresh in five years time, when perhaps bands like 'La Roux' will have been completely forgotten. This is truly an album not to be missed.


Formed: December, 2006 in Edinburgh, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006 around the talents of Arne Kolb, Ian Turnbull, David Fothergill, Jamie Sutherland, Rory Sutherland, Dave Smith, and Andrew Keeney, the emotionally charged Edinburgh, Scotland-based indie rock outfit Broken Records have drawn comparisons to everyone from the Arcade Fire to Jeff Buckley. Employing a musical arsenal that includes guitars, bass, violin, cello, accordion, mandolin, piano, trumpet, glockenspiel, and drums, the soaring septet released its self-titled debut EP in 2007 to the...
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