8 thoughts on “ Soldier Like Me - Franz Ferdinand - You Could Have It So Much Better (CD, Album)

  1. You Could Have It So Much Better is the second studio album by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand. It was first released on 28 September in Japan, and later on 3 October in the UK, through the Domino Recording ehaleaselovnot.walllicenttadoldsultepementsoftringhar.co: Indie rock, post-punk revival, dance-punk.
  2. Jun 10,  · Ok, the album is 'taken out', the melodies are here again but as much as I truly loved them for all their debut's worth, 'You Could Have It So Much Better' sounds more like 'You Shouldn't Have Bothered' - especially after their brand new 'hit' of 'Do You Want To' /5(1K).
  3. Opting not to fix what broke them, You Could Have It So Much Better serves up more of the stylish, angular sound that worked so well on Franz Ferdinand's debut. After years of rehearsing in abandoned Glasgow warehouses and playing in relatively obscure groups like the Yummy Fur, it's perfectly understandable why the band chose not to mess with a good thing -- and why they chose to follow up 7/
  4. However, to me a lot of the songs on "You Could Have it So Much Better" sound alike. The songs that DO sound profoundly different are: The Fallen - Walk Away - Do you Want to - Fade Together - Outsiders - Eleanor put your boots on. The rest of the album is minute up beat songs that I honestly think sound very similar/5().
  5. You Could Have It So Much Better is the second studio album by Glaswegian indie rock band Franz Ferdinand that was first released 3 October in the United Kingdom. Recorded in both the United States and their own studio in Glasgow with producer Rich Costey, the album gave birth to the release of four UK Top 30 singles Do You Want To on 23 August , The Fallen / L. Wells, Walk Away and .
  6. "The Fallen" is a song by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand. It was released as the third single from their second studio album, You Could Have It So Much Better, on 3 April , as a double A-side with new song "L. Wells".The single peaked at number 4 on the Scottish Singles Chart and number 14 on the UK Singles Chart.
  7. Not so much a sophomore slump as a rushed follow-up, You Could Have It So Much Better probably would've been better if Franz Ferdinand had waited until they had a batch of songs as consistent as their first album, but as it stands, it's still pretty good.
  8. The last message you sent siad I looked really down that I oughta come over and talk about it well I wasn't down I just wasn't smiling at you as I look at us now it seems that you're slapping my back as if it's alright but its not. I'm trying to get up but you're pushing me down so I'll get up on my own Now there's some grinning goon on my TV.

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