Zeitgeist is the fourth album by the Levellers. It was released in 1995 and reached in the UK album charts, making it the band's most successful album.
Redirected from The Levellers (band)). Levellers are an English folk rock band formed in Brighton, England in 1988, consisting of Mark Chadwick (guitar and vocals), Jeremy Cunningham (bass guitar), Charlie Heather (drums), Jon Sevink (violin), Simon Friend (guitar), Matt Savage (keyboards), and Stephen Boakes (didgeradoo). The band were once considered the most popular Indie band in Britain, with their popularity culminating in their record breaking headlining act at Glastonbury Festival in 1994
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Levellers is a popular English rock band influenced by punk and traditional English music. The band is based in Brighton, England, where they were founded in 1988.
Levellers was the third full-length release by Brighton-based folk punk band the Levellers. The record charted at number two in the British album charts and contained the singles "Belaruse", "This Garden" and "Julie".
In May 2005 the Levellers' seventh studio album Truth and Lies was released. Mark Wallis returned as producer, with Dave Ruffy - drummer with UK punk band The Ruts - also contributing at the controls. The album, released on Eagle Records, was generally upbeat - typified by the track "Make You Happy" - and a second single, "Last Man Alive", was also released. Three of these tracks became Levellers songs on the next album, and three more were recorded for later albums. These tracks include "Battle of the Beanfield", "Social Insecurity", "Is it Art?", "Cardboard Box City", "Another Man's Cause", and finally "To Be a Freeman" (later renamed "The Boatman").
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The full-length Levellers arrived in 1993, peaking at No. 2 on the UK Albums Chart but also found the charts in the Netherlands and Sweden. Two years later the UK No. 1 album Zeitgeist was released, marking The Levellers’ most successful album to date. Led by the singles Hope St. and Fantasy, the record established the group as alternative rock powerhouses in Europe, however failed to make an impression in the . The live album Headlights, White Lines, Black Tar Rivers (Best Live) arrived in 1996 showcasing the group’s well-received live shows, followed by the No. 5 charting album.