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  • Audio CD (May 17, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • ASIN: B0009S2T9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,581 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Sometimes you need to get away from it all, even when your life succeeds beyond your wildest dreams. Just ask Razorlight songwriter, lead singer and guitarist Johnny Borrell, who secreted away on an island off Scotland to write the British band’s third CD, the melodic, musically adventurous “Slipway Fires.”
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I advise everyone to buy this fantastic album.
Phillipa Henry
This is a very good album, different sound an very expresive lyrics... All the album your heart will be up beated...
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It said it was one of the best debut albums in years.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on June 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is the standard U.S. version. It lacks any of the bonus tracks, but is still a great introduction to a fantastic new band.

Although known as Johnny Borrell's band, Razorlight lays down an incredible screaming raw wall of sound with a constantly surprising thread of brilliant chords and subtle themes intertwined to make you smile at all the right places. Sometimes it's a new song, sometimes it's a pause or phrase, always it's a brilliant layering of song, lyric, and sound.

These guys formed in 02 and have paid dues on the London scene with all the famous names. It shows in every track. They are more than ready and this album is it. Johnny Borrell is nothing less than spectacular and bandmembers Björn Ågren, Christian Smith-Pancorvo, and Carl Dalemo make it all work. Andy Burrows has now replaced Christian Smith-Pancorvo on drums.

For a great run start the album with In The City/To The Sea/Fall, Fall, Fall - this is one of the best sequential runs ever recorded. Personally I think they sound like Razorlight, but if I was into categorizing everything by the obvious influences I would say something like:

A male version of Patti Smith forgetting the lyrics to Gloria as he is invaded by the ghost of Lou Reed while being backed by John Cage and Velvet Underground. The unexpected transition into To The Sea evolves into a Kings-Of-Leon Talihina Sky-ish piece that drops like an unexpected waterfall into the lilting acoustics of Fall, Fall Fall. It certainly isn't Dylan (some reviewers seem to think any significant lyric sounds like dear old Bob).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on June 27, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm not sure what version this is. There are >4 versions of this album (with bonus tracks, videos, bonus DVDs) so without a track listing you can't tell what you are getting.

However, here is my review as the album is well worth buying, whatever version you finally select.

Although known as Johnny Borrell's band, Razorlight lays down an incredible screaming raw wall of sound with a constantly surprising thread of brilliant chords and subtle themes intertwined to make you smile at all the right places. Sometimes it's a new song, sometimes it's a pause or phrase, always it's a brilliant layering of song, lyric, and sound.

These guys formed in 02 and have paid dues on the London scene with all the famous names. It shows in every track. They are more than ready and this album is it. Johnny Borrell is nothing less than spectacular and bandmembers Björn Ågren, Christian Smith-Pancorvo, and Carl Dalemo make it all work. Andy Burrows has now replaced Christian Smith-Pancorvo on drums.

For a great run start the album with In The City/To The Sea/Fall, Fall, Fall - this is one of the best sequential runs ever recorded. Personally I think they sound like Razorlight, but if I was into categorizing everything by the obvious influences I would say something like:

A male version of Patti Smith forgetting the lyrics to Gloria as he is invaded by the ghost of Lou Reed while being backed by John Cage and Velvet Underground. The unexpected transition into To The Sea evolves into a Kings-Of-Leon Talihina Sky-ish piece that drops like an unexpected waterfall into the lilting acoustics of Fall, Fall Fall. It certainly isn't Dylan (some reviewers seem to think any significant lyric sounds like dear old Bob).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Phillipa Henry on January 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
While vacationing in England during the summer, I stumbled across I bunch of brilliant british bands. It was made quite clear to me while there for two weeks, that British rock music is better than anything coming out of America. An exciting music revolution is taking place, and bands like Kasabian, Franz Ferdinand, Bloc Party, the Kaiser Chiefs and the best of them all, The Libertines are at the forefront of that. Razorlight gained a reputation on the London scene for being friends with the Libs and for frontman Johnny Borrells huge arrogance. He has been quoted in influential music mag NME as calling himself a godlike genius and the best songwriter of the generation. He's not. But the bands debut is still one of the best albums of the year.

Rock n Roll lies is a irrestibly catchy song, while the passionate, crazy delivery of Vice makes it perhaps the best song on the album. Up All Night switches from ballad to rip-roaring punk anthem in minutes, much like the Libertines. Rip It Up is another highlight, destined to be an indie disco anthem for years. Dalston is a fantasic song. To those unfamiliar with it, Dalston is a notorius drug haven in England, and it's written directly to crack addict, Pete Doherty of the Libertines. It switches from quiet love song to desperate, psycotic anthem. Golden Touch is the perfect song. Brilliantly catchy, it is a majestic acousticy track that filled the british airwaves all summer. Stumble and Fall features guitar duelling and, and it has the catchiest chorus on the album. Another passionate, enthusiastic song is live favourite, In the City.

I advise everyone to buy this fantastic album.
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