Falcon is the second album from Manchester indie rock band The Courteeners. uk on 5 December and was released on 22 February 2010. It reached number 6 in the UK Album chart.
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Falcon is the second album from Manchester indie rock band The Courteeners. It was released on 22 February 2010. Show all albums by The Courteeners.
Are you Blur or Oasis?A semi-metaphorical question that bizarrely seems almost as relevant in divvying up Britain’s indie fans today as it did sat around the radio as Mark Goodier announced the chart battle result in 1995. Tacitly hailed as lad rock saviours when they initially arrived on the scene in 2007, The Courteeners quickly revealed that they were little more than one-trick ponies with the release of their debut LP St Jude.
Album by The Courteeners. Cross My Heart And Hope To Fly. You Overdid It Doll. Good Times Are Calling. The Rest Of The World Has Gone Home. Scratch Your Name Upon My Lips.
It has a few good moments however overall is far from the best Courteeners album out there. 1. The Opener - . 2. Take Over The World - . 3. Cross My Heart & Hope To Fly - . 4. You Over Did It Doll - . 5. Lullaby - . 6. Good Times Are Calling - . 7. The Rest Of The World Has Gone Home - . 8. Sycophant - . 9. Cameo Brooch - . 10. Scratch Your Name Upon Lips - . 11. Last Of The Ladies - . 12.
The Courteeners: Falcon. February 20 2010, 12:01am, The Times. If the tastes of Mancunian music fans were representative of the UK in general, the Courteeners would be the biggest band in Britain. Two months ago, the group’s homecoming show – before an audience of 10,000 – sold out in a matter of days. So when, on the bilious, beefed-up skiffle of Sycophant, frontman Liam Fray sings, We are judged on every single thing we do/I could not give one/Cos we are us not you, it isn’t hard to see where he’s coming from.