Frank Turner isn’t exactly someone I would want to mess with. Known for this vocal outbursts and edgy lyricism with post-hardcore outfit Million Dead, Turner is never holding back his punk tendencies; whether he is staging some sort of a political protest or launching an assault on his personal issues. He’s a -up by trait, armed with only an acoustic guitar and an empty wallet to address his self-loathing predispositions.
Nom du groupe Frank Turner. Nom de l'album Sleep Is for the Week. Date de parution 15 Janvier 2007. Labels Xtra Mile Recordings. Style MusicalFolk Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1.
Listen free to Frank Turner – Sleep Is For the Week (The Real Damage, Vital Signs and more). Sleep Is for the Week is the debut album by UK based songwriter Frank Turner, released on January 15th 2007 via Xtra Mile Recordings. The general reception by the music press was largely positive. The artwork for the album sleeve was drawn by Chris Pell. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Album Sleep Is for the Week. Worse Things Happen at Sea Lyrics. The song has a more melancholy tone than most of the songs on the album. Also setting it apart is the fact that it remains a staple of live shows, long after other songs from the album, such as Vital Signs, had been dropped.
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Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched All Media, Lilac, 180 gram. Includes bonus LP containing the 6 track CD-R demos (on vinyl for the first time), a lyric insert and a download coupon for exclusive digital content, including a full live set from 2007. Side D has a FTHC logo etching. Lilac colourway exclusive to Xtra Mile Recordings' Webstore.
For other people named Frank Turner, see Frank Turner (disambiguation). Francis Edward "Frank" Turner (born 28 December 1981) is an English punk and folk singer-songwriter from Meonstoke, Hampshire. He began his career as the vocalist of post-hardcore band Million Dead, then embarked upon a primarily acoustic-based solo career following the band's split in 2005. Turner's first solo shows took place prior to the break-up of Million Dead, with a set at the Smalltown America all-dayer at 93 Feet East in London Turner later released a rarities compilation, titled The Second Three Years, on 18 November 2011 through Xtra Mile Recordings and 16 January 2012 through Epitaph Records.
Released: Jan 15, 2007 Release type: Album Genre: singer-songwriter, folk rock Label: Xtra Mile Recordings Number Of Tracks: 13 This time around the energetic Frank has traded the electric for an acoustic, grabbed a stool and has iterated why he was the genius behind Million Dead. 2 10 1 Sleep Is For The Week.
If Turner keeps this up then watch out for his next release, because I have a feeling that things are only going to get better. So, kids, if you are looking for an album to enjoy, whether sitting around a bonfire smoking joints or sitting in your bedroom bored, I highly recommend Sleep Is for the Weak. Standout tracks: The Real Problem. A Decent Cup of Tea. Father's Day. Worse Things Happen at Sea.