Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Elbow - Leaders of the Free World (2005)

Elbow - Leaders of the Free World (2005)

Tracklist front / back album covers download

1. "Station Approach"   4:22
2. "Picky Bugger"   3:07
3. "Forget Myself"   5:22
4. "The Stops"   5:03
5. "Leaders of the Free World"   6:11
6. "An Imagined Affair"   4:43
7. "Mexican Standoff"   4:01
8. "The Everthere"   4:13
9. "My Very Best"   5:33
10. "Great Expectations"   5:05
11. "Puncture Repair"   1:48

Japanese version
1. "Station Approach"   4:22
2. "Picky Bugger"   3:07
3. "McGreggor"   2:49
4. "Forget Myself"   5:22
5. "The Stops"   5:03
6. "Leaders of the Free World"   6:11
7. "An Imagined Affair"   4:43
8. "Mexican Standoff"   4:01
9. "The Everthere"   4:13
10. "The Good Day"   3:41
11. "My Very Best"   5:33
12. "Great Expectations"   5:05
13. "Puncture Repair"   1:48

DVD
1. "Station Approach"   5:09
2. "Mexican Standoff"   5:45
3. "The Everthere"   4:18
4. "The Stops"   5:26
5. "Leaders of the Free World"   6:34
6. "Picky Bugger"   3:02
7. "McGreggor"   2:38
8. "Great Expectations"   7:17
9. "Forget Myself"   7:00
10. "Puncture Repair"



Leaders of the Free World is the 3rd studio album by English rock band Elbow, released on 12 September 2005 in the UK and 21 February 2006 in the US on the V2 record label. The Japanese version of the album (released on 7 September 2005) features two bonus tracks, "McGreggor" and "The Good Day", which were both B-sides to the first single "Forget Myself". Leaders of the Free World was entirely produced by the band at Blueprint Studios in Salford, Greater Manchester, a space the band hired for the duration of their recording sessions. The album reached number 12 on the British albums chart.

The band teamed up with video artists The Soup Collective to produce an integrated music and video DVD to accompany the album. In the UK there was a limited edition release of the CD and the DVD in a gatefold sleeve. When released in the US, initial limited copies contained the bonus DVD (with alternatively-colored green artwork).

The song "Mexican Standoff" was also recorded in Spanish. This version appears as a B-side to the "Leaders of the Free World" single.

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