Party Bands in The UK
To learn about Party Bands in The UK , follow the instructions below to see and hear them
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Consider the environment, use local bands. For The UK select county, below.
What might a The UK party band be like?
If you have any special requests the band know in advance, then they will do their best to incorporate them into the set.
Live Music - The UK for Weddings, Parties & Corporate Events
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Examples of covers performed some of our Party Bands
Walk on by; Saw her standing there; Help; Amarillo; I'm a believer; Happy hour; Don't marry her; Sunday girl; Denis;
Party Bands w-z
The Streets - A Grand Don't Come For Free(2004)
On his second full-length Streets release (after 2002's Brit- and Mercury-nominated debut, Original Pirate Materian, the rapper is not trying to out-macho 50 Cent. "It was supposed to be so easy," Skinner moans on the opener as he launches into perhaps the most hilarious and heartfelt hip hop travelogue through suburban existence ever laid to wax. Taking a different approach to most of his genre brethren, Skinner keeps the production sparse and steady, which turns out to be the perfect living arrangement for his half-rapped half-sung lines. A party band winner.
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand (2004)
Fronz Ferdinand is the album that redefined both "indie music" and "art rock." It is distilled from defiantly leftfield influences-Gang Of Four, Talking Heads, Fire Engines-and its huge hit single" Take Me Out" cockily plays fast and loose with time signatures. The sleeve design is a triumph of Soviet-style minimalism. Franz Ferdinand could have been the most pretentious band in the world, an elitist group for music snobs. Instead, their self-titled debut was the worldwide break-out success story of 2004, selling 3.2 million copies, a party band dream. Indie music and art rock had never been so popular.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus
Produced by Nick Launay, who had helmed 2003's Nocturama, AB/TLOO sees the band-shorn of stalwart Blixa Bargeld-continue the collaborative process, with the Seeds back in the song writing engine room. The album is positively schizophrenic, with each section dominated by a definite sound. Abattoir Blues contains raucous party band stomp-alongs that zing with Cave's humour exhorting the listener that "if you've got a field, that won't yield, well get up and hoe it" on "There She Goes, My Beautiful World."
Following his delightfully lo-fi debut album Oh Me Oh My (2002), critics were quick to pigeonhole Devendra Banhart as the poster-boy for an indie-folk revolution. Basically, Banhart is impossible to decode using any of the old folk Rosetta Stones. Even attempts to decrypt the oddly tuned acoustic guitar melodies on "Poughkeepsie" as an avant-psychedelic overhaul of Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music (1952), or his party band nursery rhyme sigh on "The Body Breaks" as a ghostly resurrection of Tyrannosaurus Rex-era Marc Bolan, end up redundant.
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