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The Undercurrents - Maxïmo Park - The National Health (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

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  1. UK Deluxe Edition 2-CD album set comprising the track CD album featuring the singles Hips And Lips & the Undercurrents plus a Bonus 4-track CD including acoustic versions of the Undercurrents Hips And Lips Reluctant Love & Until the Earth Would Open. A nice melting-pot of songs,The National Health is,as with all Maximo Park's albums /5(43).
  2. Apr 17,  · National Health is the first album recorded by the progressive rock and jazz fusion group National Health, one of the last representatives of the artistically prolific Canterbury scene.
  3. Maximo Park return with their fourth album (and their first album in around three years), ‘The National Health’. Apparently directed at the crumbling social ills that surround us in society, we hear mutterings of ‘lost identity’ and an approach to producing music that sounds determined and on plenty an occasion, irate and full of control-seizing attitude.
  4. In , the band took a break from its near-constant recording and touring, during which time Smith made the solo album Margins. The band's hiatus continued until , when Maxïmo Park resurfaced with The National Health, a harder-hitting, politicized effort produced by Gil Norton.
  5. Maximo Park Articles and Media. Art Brut frontman Eddie Argos tells us which video game is best for singing about, admits his ignorance about heroin-themed lyrics, and explains why his band will.
  6. Feb 06,  · Artist: Maximo Park Album: The National Health Released: Style: indie rock Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: 92+30 Mb. CD1: 01 – When I Was Wild 02 – The National Health 03 – Hips And Lips 04 – The Undercurrents 05 – Write This Down 06 – Reluctant Love 07 – Until The Earth Would Open 08 – Banlieue.
  7. “The National Health” is a decent record. Maxà ¯mo Park are trying to mix it up a bit and reassess where they belong in the England of today. This is to their credit, but the sparse political statements they make sound a bit like a sixth form politics student singing a speech written for debating society.

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