Franz Ferdinand - You Could Have It So Much Better mp3 album
You Could Have It So Much Better is the second studio album by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand. It was first released on 28 September 2005 in Japan, and later on 3 October in the UK, through the Domino Recording Company. Recorded in both New York City and their own studio in Glasgow with producer Rich Costey, the album spawned four UK top 30 singles: "Do You Want To", "The Fallen", "Walk Away" and "Eleanor Put Your Boots O.
Produced by Rich Costey & Franz Ferdinand. Album You Could Have It So Much Better. You Could Have It So Much Better Lyrics
Album You Could Have It So Much Better. What You Meant Lyrics. As I took step number four Into the close of your tenement You cast your darkened eyes so low Said we're cold as the step cement. But I just don't know Oh what you meant What you meant. So Alec you may want a pill We are so cruel and to communicate Without the red stuff being spilled We must MDMA our sentiment. About What You Meant. Track 9 on You Could Have It So Much Better, released in 2005. The song is characterized by a mixture of both heavy segments (intro and chorus) and slower segments (verses). The meaning behind the song is most likely about intercourse, that is the first one a man and a woman have in their lifetime. The song also portrays drug and pill use as well as certain metaphors. What You Meant" Track Info. Release Date October 3, 2005.
Sound - 10 Franz Ferdinand's new album, "You Could Have It So Much Better" improves vastly on their first release, a huge hit last year which nevertheless had many shortcomings. On the new album, the band grows closer to the sound they seem to be trying for, perfecting it further and writing more complete songs. Songs like the first single "Do You Want To" and "Well That Was Easy" recall the first album, with catchy dance beats and a fun sound.
Franz Ferdinand Lyrics. album: "You Could Have It So Much Better" (2005). The Fallen Do You Want To This Boy Walk Away Evil And A Heathen You're The Reason I'm Leaving Eleanor Put Your Boots On Well That Was Easy What You Meant I'm Your Villain You Could Have It So Much Better Fade Together The Outsiders. You Could Have It So Much Better" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Either by accident or conscious homage, Franz Ferdinand have made an album that, in more places and ways than you’d expect, is closer to Face to Face than to Gang of Four’s Entertainment! There is nothing antique about the results. This Boy is a song about the vengeance of bling - I see losers losing everywhere/If I lose, it’ll only be the damn I give for another - built with lethal concision: 2:18 of dirty-surf guitars atop an impatient disco throb. The problem with You Could Have It So Much Better is, as with so many second albums, consistency. Franz Ferdinand never run out of knockout licks and vocal twists. But halfway through the record, some of the combinations feel more like schematics than songs. The jolts in tune and tempo in Well That Was Easy are jarring and unresolved, two good ideas in the wrong whole.
Franz' first album had songs that all, for the most part, sounded very different from each other. However, to me a lot of the songs on "You Could Have it So Much Better" sound alike. Sharper songwriting + better production - campy theatrics a much stronger showing than "Franz Ferdinand. This is one of the best albums of 2005 and I'm looking forward to even more growth on future discs.
Write the first paragraph of your article here. Write the first section of your article here. Do You Want To. This Boy. Walk Away. You're the Reason I'm Leaving. Eleanor Put Your Boots On. Well That Was Easy. You Could Have It So Much Better.
|A2||Do You Want To||3:36|
|A5||Evil And A Heathen||2:04|
|A6||You're The Reason I'm Leaving||2:45|
|A7||Eleanor Put Your Boots On||2:48|
|B1||Well That Was Easy||3:03|
|B2||What You Meant||3:25|
|B3||I'm Your Villain||4:03|
|B4||You Could Have It So Much Better||2:38|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Universal Music Publishing
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Design [Makes It Worth Printing] – Matt Cooper*
- Engineer – Claudius Mittendorfer
- Engineer [Assistant Engineering] – Jim Keller, Michael Parker
- Management [Manages It All] – Cerne Canning
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Mixed By – Rich Costey
- Photography By [Band Photos] – Perou
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Shana Moulton
- Producer – Franz Ferdinand, Rich Costey
- Written-by [Uncredited] – Franz Ferdinand
NotesNo sticker and no mp3 download code.
Comes with printed photo/lyric inner sleeve.
The first 50 people to order vinyl copy of LP from Domino Records website received a signed copy with autographs on inner sleeve
Made in Scotland and New York City
Mastering at Masterdisk
All songs Universal Music Publishing
℗2005 Domino Recording Co Ltd
©2005 Domino Recording Co Ltd
Made in the EU
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5034202016113
- Label Code: LC10192
- Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
- Matrix / Runout (Side One, stamped): WIGLP 161 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side One, etched): FALLING ASLEEP, FALLING ASLEEP, FALLING ASLEEP
- Matrix / Runout (Side Two, stamped): WIGLP 161 B-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side Two, etched): PEACE AND LOVE, PEACE AND LOVE, PEACE AND LOVE
|WIGCD161||Franz Ferdinand||You Could Have It So Much Better (CD, Album)||Domino||WIGCD161||UK & Europe||2005|
|CDEPC6970||Franz Ferdinand||You Could Have It So Much Better (CD, Album)||Domino, Sony BMG Music Entertainment||CDEPC6970||South Africa||2005|
|none||Franz Ferdinand||You Could Have It So Much Better (CDr, Album, Promo)||Universal Music Publishing||none||UK||2005|
|none||Franz Ferdinand||You Could Have It So Much Better (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Domino||none||Russia||2005|
|EN 97725||Franz Ferdinand||You Could Have It So Much Better (Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, NTSC, Reg)||Domino||EN 97725||US||2005|