The debut, double platinum, Mercury-nominated album ‘The Back Room’ from Birmingham's Editors reached No. 2 in the UK album charts...
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The debut, double platinum, Mercury-nominated album ‘The Back Room’ from Birmingham's Editors reached No. 2 in the UK album charts in 2005 and amassed over 1 million sales worldwide.
The British five piece mined the same area of gloom as Interpol but were possibly even more Joy Division-influenced.
Includes the Top 10 single ‘Munich’ and the singles ‘Bullets’, ‘Blood’ and ‘All Sparks’.
The album was produced by Jim Abbiss.
"This is a debut that will endure." - NME. "The Back Room is a fine album that proves you can look backward while paving the way forward." - E! Online. "How Interpol would sound like if they dealt with universal themes and reflection rather than singing about fellatio fantasies with Stella, or their length of loves." - Drowned in Sound. "The longer you listen, the better they become." - The Guardian.
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