Age Of Entitlement, The (Vinyl)
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Few bands make their strongest album four releases into a ten-year career, but then The Basics have never taken the easy way. 'The Age of Entitlement' is a beast of a release; savage, fearless and more fun than anyone could have expected.
The album's power doesn't just come from its being recorded at London's famous Abbey Road Studios. Life has given the band's three members rich fuel for their blistering pop anthems. Bassist and singer Kris Schroeder's experiences working with the International Red Cross in Kenya have invested his songs with a illuminated disdain for Australian politics.
'The Age of Entitlement' is the perfect soundtrack for a beach, a protest or a party. Tracks like "A Coward's Prayer," "Roundabout" and "Good Times, Sunshine!" are some of the most powerful songs Wally De Backer (who might as well change his name to "Aka Gotye") and deft guitarist Tim Heath have ever been involved with.
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- 1. Whatever Happened To The Working Class?
- 2. A Coward's Prayer
- 3. Roundabout
- 4. Time Poor
- 5. Good Times, Sunshine!
- 6. Every Part Of Me
- 7. To Think Of You
- 8. Ashleigh Wakes
- 9. Tunaomba Saidia
- 10. Hey Rain!
- 11. Feels Like Love