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Singles 2001-2005

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Singles 2001-2005 focuses on the Scottish punk-pop outfit's tenure with Beggar's Banquet, highlighting tracks from the band's first three albums Blackened Sky, The Vertigo of Bliss, and Infinity Land. Released to capitalize on the success of 2006's Puzzle, the band's first release for 14th Floor (an offshoot of Warner Bros.), Singles serves as decent primer for new listeners but a frustrating one for longtime fans, many of whom consider Biffy Clyro to be an album band (at least up until Puzzle). That said, as far as gateway drugs go, Singles provides a decent enough high to facilitate a return trip, especially on the strength of high-energy emo/power pop/prog gems like "27," "57," and "The Ideal Height."

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Assembling in the late '90s, in the town of Kilmarnock, near Glasgow, Scotland, Biffy Clyro featured a three-piece lineup, fronted by vocalist and guitarist Simon Neil along with James Johnston (bass) and drummer Ben Johnston. Playing loud combinations of pop/rock, inspired by the music of bands like Weezer, Biffy Clyro first started by playing their aggressive pop tunes in the nearby Glasgow club scene, eventually enjoying a stable and enthusiastic response from their audiences. After releasing...
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