Elbow - Asleep in the Back [2020 Repress]

Elbow - Asleep in the Back [2020 Repress]

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Elbow's journey starts with this album; an atmospheric, analogue-sounding backroom haze and includes what veers towards their own take on plaintive trip-hop, occasionally peeping out of the Manchester smog.

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The debut album from the Manchester band Elbow, originally released in 2001, is 11 tracks of rain-sodden misery blown up into the breed of gracefully elegiac fatalism.

+ Pressed as a double LP.

Includes the singles 'Red', 'Powder Blue', 'Newborn', 'Asleep In The Back', 'Coming Second' and the epic 'Scattered Black And Whites'. 

The album received huge critical acclaim and reaching number 14 in the UK charts. The album was nominated for that year's Mercury Music Prize which of course they would then go on to win in 2008 for their 'Seldom Seen Kid' album.

'Asleep In The Back' is home to many timeless tracks which remain firm fan favourites and make up a good proportion of their live shows to this day.

Any Day Now
Red
Little Beast
Powder Blue
Bitten by the Tailfly
Asleep In The Back
Newborn
Don't Mix Your Drinks
Presuming Ed (Rest Easy)
Coming Second
Can't Stop
Scattered Black and Whites

Artist: Elbow
Label: Polydor
Catalogue: 0894031
Barcode: 0602508940316
Format: LP
Release Date: 25th September 2020
                               

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