Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight Album


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The Midnight Organ Fight is the second studio album by Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit, released on 15 April 2008 through independent label Fat Cat Records. Recorded during 2007 between studios at Bridgeport, Connecticut and Glasgow, Scotland, the album was greeted with widespread critical acclaim upon its release. Praise often centered on the writing, honest lyricism, and passionate delivery of frontman Scott Hutchison.

Hutchison himself describes the album as being "quite relationshipy" and "a lot more intense" than its predecessor Sing the Greys (2006). Following the album's completion, it took around a month for him to be able to listen to it. The album's title comes from a line in the song "Fast Blood", and is said to be a "euphemism for sex." Viewed as a showpiece for modern Scottish music, the album has continued to receive recognition long after its release; seeing it feature on various year and decade-end critic lists. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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Release Date: 04/15/2008
Tracks in The Midnight Organ Fight: The Modern Leper, I Feel Better, Good Arms Vs. Bad Arms, Fast Blood, Old Old Fashioned, The Twist, Head Rolls Off, My Backwards Walk, Keep Yourself Warm, Extrasupervery, Poke, Floating In The Forth, Who'd You Kill Now?, Bonus Track, Don't, Set You Free, Soon Go

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