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A Strange Education

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Released  March 6, 2007
A Strange Education (2007)  Love and Terror (2009)
Release date  6 March 2007
Label  TVT Records
Length  57:15
Artist  The Cinematics
Producer  Stephen Hague
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Recorded  Real World Studios / Bryn Derwen Studios
Genres  Indie rock, Post-punk revival

The cinematics a strange education full album


A Strange Education is the debut album from the Scottish indie rock band The Cinematics.

Contents

The cinematics race to the city


Promotion

The album was promoted by two singles. The lead single, "Chase" appeared on the Transporter 2 soundtrack. The video for The Cinematics' second single, "Break", featured a guest appearance by Chris Cain, bassist from Californian band We Are Scientists.

The track "Rise and Fall" appeared in the 2011 Hollywood box office hit What's Your Number?, starring Anna Farris, Chris Evans and British actor Martin Freeman.

Track listing

All songs written by The Cinematics, except "Sunday Sun" written by Beck.

  1. "Race to the City" – 3:52
  2. "Break" – 4:01
  3. "A Strange Education" – 5:24
  4. "Human" – 4:27
  5. "Chase" – 4:14
  6. "Rise & Fall" – 4:50
  7. "Sunday Sun" – 4:02
  8. "Keep Forgetting" – 3:58
  9. "Ready Now" – 4:22
  10. "Maybe Someday" – 3:23
  11. "Alright" – 4:08
  12. "Asleep at the Wheel" – 6:05
  13. "Home" (Hidden Track) – 4:29
  14. "Box" (iTunes Bonus Track) – 4:15

Personnel

The Cinematics
  • Scott Rinning – lead vocals, guitar
  • Ross Bonney – drums
  • Ramsay Miller – lead guitar
  • Adam Goemans – bass guitar
  • Technical personnel
  • Stephen Hague – production
  • Simon Barnicott – production
  • Leonard B. Johnson - A&R
  • Songs

    1Race to the City3:52
    2Break4:01
    3A Strange Education5:24

    References

    A Strange Education Wikipedia


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