Tuesday, 4 September 2007

Shotters Nation Track Listing

‘Shotter’s Nation’ Tracklisting:

1. Carry On Up The Morning
(Adam "I had in mind a sort of early nineties hip hop or Soul 2 Soul type of groove.")
2. Delivery
(Drew "We feel that bands are too influenced by Americans. This is about Britain: 'grab a drink and go down town where all the mods and the skins will get together and pray it's 1969 forever' ")
3. You talk
(Drew "Peter wrote it in the Priory, I thought it sounded a bit like Nirvana's About A Girl at first")
4. Unbilotitled
(Adam "It's personal lyrics. It's the equivalent to Albion")
5. Side Of the Road
(Peter "A garagey song where we were trying to out white stripe the White Stripes")
6. Crumb Begging Baghead
(Adam "It's got a kind of stomping Stonesy kind of thing and elements of the Stone Roses")
7. Unstookietitled
(Drew "We took it from being a ballad/big rock sound live to something altogether different – and better – in the studio")
8. French Dog Blues
(Peter "He's the immortal character, he pops up all over the place in London on tube trains or old ladies' shopping baskets.")
9. There She Goes
(Drew "I saw a documentary and heard the producer talking about Walk On The Wild Side and I knew what kind of feel it should have")
10. Baddies Boogie
(Peter "A kind of baddy that comes good, like The A-Team")
11. Deft Left Hand
(Drew " It’s the Brit Pop song on the album it starts of sounding a bit like an Oasis song and then the verse comes in and it sounds like Blur.")
12. The Lost Art Of Murder
(Peter: "Bert Jansch used to pop round on Sunday afternoons")

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