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    One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours

    One Day Son, This Will Be All Yours is the second album by British post-hardcore/heavy metal quartet Fightstar. The album is to be released on 3 September 2007, with the debut single being the track "Floods". The album has been demoed in Al's Barn and recorded in LA with producer Matt Wallace. The band have said their sound on this album will be more heavier in parts, but also more melodic in others. A handful of tracks have been confirmed in Kerrang! Magazine, and are as follows. Also, three new songs (including "99") have been played live over a couple of low key performances in the UK in May 2007. All Tracks Written by: Fightstar
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    Be Human

    Be Human is the third studio album by British alternative rock band Fightstar, released on 20 April 2009 through independent label Search and Destroy Records, itself distributed by PIAS Recordings. The album was recorded between August and December 2008 in Chesterfield and London, with the band co-producing alongside Laruso guitarist Carl Bown. Additional recording took place Air Studios with string composer Audrey Riley. Unlike their first two studio releases, Daniel Conway did not contribute to the albums artwork, instead the band approached Ryohei Hase who digitally painted the cover art. Four singles were released from Be Human, including "The English Way" and "Mercury Summer" prior to the albums release. Drawing praise from many critics, the album entered the UK Albums Chart at number 20, making it their highest charting album to date. The iTunes digital download includes a bonus track which is an acoustic version of "Unfamiliar Ceilings", the final track on the band's previous studio album, performed with former XFM presenter Katie P. A deluxe edition was later re-released on 1 March 2010, including four newly recorded tracks, a DVD of the band's live unplugged performance at
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    They Liked You Better When You Were Dead

    They Liked You Better When You Were Dead

    They Liked You Better When You Were Dead is the debut EP from British rock band Fightstar, released on February 28, 2005 through Sandwich Leg Records. The release proved a critical success, in spite of the cynics' initial expectations of the band. It has been said that the EP helped "present Fightstar as a British rival to the East Coast alternative rock scene". Alex Westaway, the bands lead guitarist and co-lyricist drew the artwork based on Edward Norton for the inlay of the booklet, as the record was inspired by author Chuck Palahniuk and the film adaptation Fight Club. The UK version contained 5 tracks (including a sixth hidden track), meaning the EP was ineligible for the UK Singles Chart. However, the release proved popular enough to warrant a reprinting on March 23, 2005. The music video for "Palahniuk's Laughter" enjoyed heavy rotation on music channels and spent many weeks in charts based on video and radio requests. The EP was released the following year in North America as an extended mini-album through Deep Elm Records. During 2003, when Charlie Simpson was still an active member of successful pop trio Busted, he met fellow songwriter-guitarist Alex Westaway and drummer
    4 votes

    Alternate Endings

    Alternate Endings is a compilation album by English alternative rock band Fightstar, released August 11, 2008 on Gut Records. It features previously unreleased material, b-sides, covers and live radio recordings from the previous four years. All songs written and composed by Fightstar, except where noted. The track "Amethyst" is taken from the band's debut EP, They Liked You Better When You Were Dead, in which it was track five. There was a hidden track directly after it titled "Hazy Eyes". The version of "Amethyst" on this album is the version from the EP with "Hazy Eyes" also included end of the track. It is not known if this was an error or if this was in fact meant to be on the track listing. The album also features an enhanced section with various videos featuring backstage footage, music video's and a video of the band answering questions asked by the fans. The digital download version of the album has a slightly different track order, where track 4 is replaced, instead of "Amethyst", "Flotation Therapy" appears which was a b-side to "Floods". The band's drummer Omar Abidi has seen claimed that the release was a decision on the part of Gut Records, as a way of getting "ever
    2 votes

    Grand Unification

    Grand Unification is the debut studio album by British alternative rock band Fightstar, released on March 13, 2006 through Island Records. Based upon the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise, Grand Unification was produced by Colin Richardson and is considered a concept album. The track "Lost Like Tears in Rain", contains the line, "It's Neon Genesis" to support the band's interest in the anime series. The artwork, drawn digitally by Daniel Conway, also portrays scenes similar to that of the ruined cities in Evangelion. It is also thought to believe the cover has taken influence from the song 'Grand Unification Part 2' as the lyric "hold my hand until the waves come" and the cover features 2 people holding hands waiting for what appears to be a flood. The lyrics are themed around social commentary at the end of the world, while the album's title refers to the Human Instrumentality Project. Preceded by the singles, "Paint Your Target" and "Waste a Moment", the album debuted at number twenty eight on the UK Albums Chart and garnered positive critical reviews. Two further singles were released from the album; "Grand Unification Pt. I" and "Hazy Eyes", before the album was released
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