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Head Rolls Off - Frightened Rabbit - The Midnight Organ Fight (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Head Rolls Off is a song by Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit, and is the first single release from The Midnight Organ Fight. Scott Hutchison notes that the song is about "dying and leaving something behind." With regards to the song's atheist tone, Hutchison states that: "you can still believe in God. What matters most is what you do whilst you are alive.".
  2. Apr 21,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Frightened Rabbit - The Midnight Organ Fight at Discogs. Complete your Frightened Rabbit collection/5().
  3. This album is by the Scottish Indie rock band Frightened Rabbit and not by Disturbed as mentioned under the main title description. TMOF is their classic album and this is the 10th anniversary re-release on a g standard black vinyl5/5(12).
  4. Early in their career Frightened Rabbit tuned into their now familiar penchant for being able to nail a near perfect pop song. They proved it with their loose, charming debut, Sing The Greys, but as many fans would attest, they cemented their status with The Midnight Organ windfirenilisnilargas.xyzinfo band’s sophomore album still holds a dear place in many hearts and its raw honesty is apparent in every note.
  5. Head Rolls Off by Frightened Rabbit, released 03 March 1. Head Rolls Off 2. Set You Free saw Frightened Rabbit finally step into public view, with widespread touring and their acclaimed debut LP ‘Sing The Greys’ made widely available in a revised and significantly revamped form. Following less than six months in tow of the aforementioned LP, ‘Head Rolls Off’ precedes the.
  6. The collection, which features reimagined versions of songs from the band’s seminal album, The Midnight Organ Fight, began coalescing as a 10th anniversary release for the album while Hutchison was still windfirenilisnilargas.xyzinfo features not just Baker, Finn, and Dessner, but also CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry, Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, Manchester Orchestra, and The Twilight Sad, among others.
  7. Before the tragic death of Scott Hutchison, Frightened Rabbit had planned to release this Tiny Changes: A Celebration Of The Midnight Organ Fight, to celebrate that album's tenth anniversary by asking their friends to play songs from the album. Now, the likes of Biffy Clyro and the Twilight Sad enact an even more profound act of remembrance.
  8. Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison ranked The Midnight Organ Fight as Frightened Rabbit’s #2 album in an interview with Noisey: The Midnight Organ Fight has given us our career, essentially.

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