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Olympus Sleeping

    Platinum selling indie-rock heroes Razorlight are set to make a triumphant return with "Olympus Sleeping", the band's first album in ten years. The record sees lead-singer and songwriter Johnny Borrell in top form, dishing up instant classics like the insanely catchy "Carry Yourself" or the album's lead single "Olympus Sleeping".

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    Got To Let The Good Times Back Into Your Life
    Razorchild
    Brighton Pier
    Good Night
    Carry Yourself
    Japanrock
    Midsummer Girl
    Iceman
    Sorry?
    Olympus Sleeping
    No Answers
    City Of Women

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    America

      The second single from their self titled second album is "America", and it's an anthem in the making.

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      Razorlight

        Whatever you think of Johnny Borrell, there's no use in denying that he was born to do this. He's a natural, and though his New York / blighty street poetry is often cliched, the phrasing is perfect, the choruses brilliant, the playing super-tight and rocking. This is a bolder, better version of the debut album (hence the eponymous title) and whilst some of its references are mainstream (but good!) there's a drive and joie de vivre here that's hard to contain. A hit?!

        Razorlight

        In The Morning

          Razorlight are back with this cracking first single from their eagerly anticipated second album.

          Razorlight

          This Is Razorlight

            This 95 minute DVD captures the spirit of Razorlight and their incredible live performances, plus all their videos (never previously available on enhanced CDs) and some exclusive extras. The concert was filmed on the "Rock'n'Roll Riot" headline tour in October 2004 at Brixton Academy. The extras include all seven of their videos from the rough-and-ready "Rock'n'Roll Lies" to the smash hit "Somewhere Else", plus three previously unseen exclusive live clips. Clip one is "Golden Touch" from the rooftop guerilla gig at Bricklayer's Arms pub in East London. Clips two and three are the highly sought-after B-sides "Heartbreak Soup" (performed acoustically before the Mean Fiddler gig in May 2004), and "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" (filmed at a secret gig at the Bull & Gate - drummer Andy Burrow's first with the band having only joined 10 days prior).


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