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Given the acclaim and widespread success engendered by the Kaiser Chiefs’ 2005 debut and its preternaturally infectious single, “I Predict a Riot,” pop history suggest the Leeds outfit should have been prepared for a sophomore slump. Instead, what the Chiefs deliver on their’07 follow-up seems more akin to the Red Sox teams of recent Octobers.  The single “Ruby” instantly reminds that this is a band blessed with a seemingly endless knack for pop hooks, a deceptive throwaway of a song that seems a tailor-made singalong for a pub full of pint-fueled punters. More gratifyingly, while their familiar, propulsive pop sense powers “I Can Do It Without You” and “Highroyds,” the band hasn’t lost an ounce of its wit or political edge elsewhere on the collection, just doused it with the irony and subversion that are at the core of tracks like “Angry Mob,” the airy ballad “Learnt My Lesson Well” and suitably weary tone of  “Retirement.”

Customer Reviews

When the Heat Dies Down, I'll be listening to the kaiser chiefs

What can i say? The kaiser chiefs are absolutely brilliant on this record. All of the songs are fantastic, and here are my favorites: Ruby: Great single, very catchy, 9/10 Angry Mob: Great hooks, love the bridge, 10/10 Heat Dies Down: I'd have to say the greatest song by the Kaiser Chiefs, right up there with 'Riot' and 'Ruby' 10/10 Highroyds: An okay melody, pretty good lyrics, overall a good song 8/10 Love's not a competition (but I'm winning): Great acoustic song, stuck in your head all day, good lyrics 10/10 Thank You Very Much: Not as great of lyrics, but this is an absolute wodnerful song, definitley one of the top 5 on the album 10/10 I Can Do It Without You: Another great acoustic number, great lyrics, love the song 10/10 My Kind of Guy: Mot that great of song, lyrics are more like a nursery rhyme 7/10 Everything is Average Nowadays: Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant! Absolutely wonderful song 10/10 Boxing Champ: I like it. Different. 8/10 Learnt my lesson well: really good song. i love the lyrics, and the verse is really catchy 10/10 Try your best: I think this is a slower, more melodic song that can really catch your eye. 8/10 Retirement: Great song. Absolutely great. 10/10

The Angry Mob is here!

Finally, it has arrived! I have been waiting for this to come out! The Kaiser Chiefs have done it again. The music has not changed much from the first album. Which is not such a bad thing because sometimes too much change is bad. My top picks are Ruby, The Angry Mob, Heat Dies Down, Love's Not a Competition(But I'm Winning),My Kind of Guy, Everything Is Average Nowadays, Boxing Champ ,Learnt My Lesson Well, and Try Your Best. The only thing I wish was different about this album is Boxing Champ, I wish it was longer because Nick (the drummer) has such a lovely voice in this song. All in all, it is a great album. If you love Kaiser Chiefs, download the whole album!5 cheers for Kaiser Chiefs!

A Worthy Successor to Employment

If you've listened to the single, Ruby, then you pretty much know exactly what to expect from the Kaiser Chiefs' sophomore album. The guitars have been turned up, and the lyrics are noticeably more melancholy than those of Employment, but the songs still contain their trademark cleverness and catchy melodies. Bottom Line: If you dug Employment, then you'll like this. Highlight tracks include The Angry Mob, I Can Do It Without You, Boxing Champ, Learnt My Lesson Well, and Heat Dies Down.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Specializing in a muscular and melodic blend of classic Brit-pop, post-punk, and new wave, the Kaiser Chiefs' blue-collar, pub-style take on indie rock managed to split the difference between timely and nostalgic. Comprised of vocalist Ricky Wilson, guitarist Andrew White, bassist Simon Rix, keyboardist Nick Baines, and drummer Nick Hodgson, Kaiser Chiefs resurrected the mod spirit of the Jam in "I Predict a Riot," a supercharged class-of-1977 power pop single that quickly electrified the British...
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