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22 (album)

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Released  14 June 2003
Length  43:58
22 (2003)  Employment (2005)
Release date  14 June 2003
Recorded  2000-2003
Producer  Stevie Henderson
Artist  Kaiser Chiefs
Label  Mantra Recordings
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Genres  Indie rock, Alternative rock
Similar  Souvenir: The Singles 2, Live at Elland Road, Off with Their Heads, Employment, The Future Is Medieval

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22 is the only studio album released by the Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs under their previous band name, Parva. It was released on the Mantra Recordings label, which was closed by its owner Beggars Banquet soon after. Four singles were released from the album, "Heavy", "Good Bad, Right Wrong", "Television" and "Hessles". The Prince Of Wales mentioned in the lyrics of "Heavy" is a pub in Leeds. The band chose the name Parva by shortening the original band name of Runston Parva, which is a misspelling of Ruston Parva, a village in East Yorkshire.

Contents

Track listing

Note: Track 11 includes a hidden preview of the song 'Vending Machine'.

Songs

1Heavy2:53
2Good Bad Right Wrong3:24
3Couldn't Contain3:36

References

22 (album) Wikipedia


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