Some Nights - Fun. Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Fun. / CD / Audio CD released 2012-05-21 at ATLANTIC / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Some Nights (I ... more
Newest Review: ... are young, is an amazing track and I defy anyone to dislike it. I never skip past it when i am flicking through my mp3 ... more
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by - written on 29/10/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
After recently being forced to watch an episode of X Factor I recently saw a band called "Fun" on there. Sadly I'm so far from being "down with the kids" that I'd never previously heard of the band and thought they sounded like they were rather fun (excuse the pun). With this in mind I decided to give their break out album "Some Nights" a listen on Spotify. For those who are "uncool" as myself, Fun are a 3-piece American alternative rock band. Their members are Nate Ruess (lead vocals), Andrew Dost (keyboard, piano and various other instruments) and Jack Antonoff (guitar, drums and various other instruments). The band ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I have been thinking of reviewing some albums for a while, but found myself writing and rewriting them, over analysing and trying to work out how I felt about each song... Until a friend suggested a better idea might be to follow my gut and write my feelings after just one listen... so I'm giving it a go! The following is my honest, instinctive feelings on each track of the album Some Nights by Fun. 1. My initial feeling is that this song has a Nursery rhyme feel to it, but with darker lyrics and clashes in chords. It presents a real conflict between the lyrics and cheerful instrumental. I absolutely love it's manicness!!! It's quite show-tuney.. (and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
What can you say about Fun ? The indie rockers from New York have produced their second album called Some Nights and have now hit the big time. Despite the success of this album, Fun have been around since 2008 and their first album, Aim and Ignite, while still a good album did not match the giddy heights of Some Nights. What really kick started everything was off course the epic single, "We Are Young" featuring Janelle Monae, which received substantial airplay on the mainstream radio channels as well as featuring on several chatshows. The album has the intro song of "Some Nights,(intro)" swiftly followed by the main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/12 (Somewhat useful, 8 readings)
I was a bit sceptical about this album at first as I was unsure it could live up to the track "we are young". We are young, is an amazing track and I defy anyone to dislike it. I never skip past it when i am flicking through my mp3 player. I was surprised to find the album a lot different than I expected but it was a good mixture of great tracks and some styles of tracks I had not heard before. I was surprised there were several anthemic tracks which i love. I think it is lyrically brilliant and I love the strength of the percussion in the whole album. It feels like it has a heart beat. It is a group that I would love to see ... Read the complete review
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