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Background information
Origin Flag of England Leeds, England
Genre(s) Indie rock
New Wave Revival
Years active 2003–present
Label(s) MCA Music, Inc.
B-Unique
Polydor
Drowned In Sound (first single)
Website www.kaiserchiefs.co.uk
Members
Ricky Wilson
Andrew 'Whitey' White
Simon Rix
Nick 'Peanut' Baines
Nick Hodgson

Kaiser Chiefs are an English rock band from Leeds. Nicknamed KC the group was founded in 1997, and consists of Ricky Wilson (vocals), Andrew 'Whitey' White (guitar), Simon Rix (bass), Nick 'Peanut' Baines (keyboards), and Nick Hodgson (drums). They were named after the South Africa football club Kaizer Chiefs for whom former Leeds United defender Lucas Radebe played. [1]. The band are well known fans of United, regularly sponsor players on matchday, and on 5 December 2007 it was revealed by NME that the band would play a homecoming show at Elland Road stadium on May 25, 2008. Kaizer Chiefs is a South African football (soccer) club, founded 7 January 1970 in Soweto, Johannesburg. ... Image File history File links KaiserChiefs2007Logo. ... 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The group's debut album Employment was released in 2004. The album was primarily inspired by new wave and punk rock music of late 1970s,[2] and enjoyed international success with sales of over three million.[3] In 2005, the album was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize.[4] Kaiser Chiefs' second album Yours Truly, Angry Mob (2007) yielded "Ruby", a number one single in the United Kingdom.[5] Employment is the debut album by Leeds-based British rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... New Wave was a pop and rock music genre that existed during the late 1970s and the early-to-mid 1980s. ... Punk rock is an anti-establishment music movement beginning around 1976 (although precursors can be found several years earlier), exemplified and popularised by The Ramones, the Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Damned. ... The Mercury Prize, formerly the Mercury Music Prize and currently known as the Nationwide Mercury Prize for sponsorship reasons, is an annual music prize awarded for the best British or Irish album of the previous 12 months. ... Alternative cover Bonus DVD version slipcase cover Yours Truly, Angry Mob is the second album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Yours Truly, Angry Mob track listing Ruby (1) The Angry Mob (2) Ruby is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the lead track on their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ...

Contents

History

The band members met at school, being in the same class, when they were all at about the age of eleven. It was in 1996 that the band asked if they should make a band. Whitey said he was better at the guitar than John Squire and that he had a van, which he didn't. On the other hand all the other band members all told each other that they were the best in the world at their respective fields (Ricky saying he is the best singer in the world, Simon saying he is the best bassist in the world etc), however when it came to the first recording, in 1997, it was apparently far from good at first. Runston Parva was the original name of the band. Runston Parva failed to receive a record deal, so the band changed their name to Parva hoping to make a difference. The band got a deal in 2001, but failed to see any success. The band scrapped all their songs and started all over again, which Ricky didn't know why they did that but when looking back he thought that they actually were rubbish. Their other songs include The food song which Starri and freyja helped to make. John Squire (born John Thomas Squire on 24th November, 1962) is an English songwriter, guitarist and artist. ...


A new start also meant a new name in the band's eyes. Because of their love of boxing movies they named the band Rocky Four after the movie Rocky IV, which they thought was a good name. They then decided to change their name to the Kaiser Chiefs and because "nobody said no" they kept it, especially because of former Leeds United player Lucas Radebe, who went to South Africa football club Kaizer Chiefs.[6] For the soundtrack to the movie, see Rocky IV (album). ... Leeds United F.C. is the only professional association football club in Leeds. ... Lucas Valeriu Radebe (born April 12, 1969) is a former Leeds United and South African football player. ... Kaizer Chiefs is a South African football (soccer) club, founded 7 January 1970 in Soweto, Johannesburg. ...


Employment (1999-2006)

The group's debut album Employment was released in March 2005, and was primarily inspired by new wave and punk rock music of late 1970s.[2] The album was well received by music critics, and it was described as "thrilling from beginning to end" and "quintessentially British, without pretension and most importantly, a whole lot of fun".[7] It reached number two on the UK albums chart,[8] and was certified five times platinum.[9] In 2005, Employment was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize, an annual music prize awarded for the best British or Irish album from the previous year.[4] Employment is the debut album by Leeds-based British rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... New Wave was a pop and rock music genre that existed during the late 1970s and the early-to-mid 1980s. ... Punk rock is an anti-establishment music movement beginning around 1976 (although precursors can be found several years earlier), exemplified and popularised by The Ramones, the Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Damned. ... The UK Albums Chart is a chart of the sales positions of albums in the United Kingdom. ... The Mercury Prize, formerly the Mercury Music Prize and currently known as the Nationwide Mercury Prize for sponsorship reasons, is an annual music prize awarded for the best British or Irish album of the previous 12 months. ...


The first single released from the album was "Oh My God", which reached number six on the UK singles chart when it was reissued in February 2005. In 2007, the song was covered by Mark Ronson and Lily Allen for Ronson's album Version. "I Predict a Riot" was released as the album's second single. In 2007, the song was ranked number thirty-six on the NME "Greatest Indie Anthems Ever" countdown.[10] The top twenty singles "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" and "Modern Way" followed in late 2005. The band are influenced by alternative rock mainstream acts such as Nirvana and Alice in Chains. The band opened and performed several of their singles at the Philadelphia Live Eight concert in 2005. Employment track listing You Can Have It All (5) Oh My God (6) Born to Be A Dancer (7) Oh My God is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, initially released as their debut single by the Drowned In Sound label on May 17, 2004. ... // In popular music, a cover version, or simply cover, is a new rendition (performance or recording) of a previously recorded song. ... Mark Ronson (born 4 September 1975)[1] is the bastardised version of what is now called a English music producer, cover-artist and co-founder of Allido Records. ... Lily Rose Beatrice Allen (born May 2, 1985) is a British singer-songwriter best known for songs such as Smile and LDN. She is the daughter of actor/musician Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen. ... Version is the second album by New York DJ, Mark Ronson. ... Employment track listing Everyday I Love You Less and Less (1) I Predict a Riot (2) Modern Way (3) I Predict a Riot is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing on their debut album Employment. ... For other uses, see NME (disambiguation). ... Everyday I Love You Less and Less is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing as the opening track on their debut album Employment. ... Modern Way is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing on their debut album Employment. ... This article is about the American grunge band. ... This article is about the grunge band. ... On 2 July 2005, a Live 8 concert was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with a densely packed audience stretched out for one mile along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. ...


Yours Truly, Angry Mob (2007)

Kaiser Chiefs' second album Yours Truly, Angry Mob was released in February 2007. The group recorded the album throughout 2006 at Hook End Studio in Oxfordshire, England. The group took inspiration from Led Zeppelin and American rock music, and recorded over twenty-two songs.[11] The album received mixed reviews from critics, who found it to be "an album full of jukebox hits" and "predictable".[12] Yours Truly, Angry Mob reached number one on the UK albums chart and number forty-five on the Billboard 200 albums chart.[13] Alternative cover Bonus DVD version slipcase cover Yours Truly, Angry Mob is the second album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Oxfordshire (abbreviated Oxon, from the Latinised form Oxonia) is a county in the South East of England, bordering on Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, and Warwickshire. ... For other uses, see England (disambiguation). ... For the bands 1969 eponymous debut album, see Led Zeppelin (album). ... It has been suggested that Billboard be merged into this article or section. ... The Billboard 200 is a ranking of the 200 highest-selling music albums and EPs in the United States, published weekly by Billboard magazine. ...


"Ruby", the album's lead single, became Kaiser Chiefs' first UK number one single.[5] The song's lyrics discuss an unbelievable relationship, and its musical style has been compared to Oasis' 2005 song "Lyla".[14] "Everything Is Average Nowadays" was released as the album's second single, and reached number nineteen in the UK.[15] The album's third single "The Angry Mob", described by the The Sun as a "clever, accessible pop" song, peaked at number twenty-two in the UK.[16][17] The fourth single will be "Love's Not a Competition (But I'm Winning)" to be released November 1. Yours Truly, Angry Mob track listing Ruby (1) The Angry Mob (2) Ruby is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the lead track on their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... A lead single is the first single released by a musician or a band from a given album. ... Oasis are an English rock band, formed in Manchester in 1991, led by lead guitarist and primary songwriter Noel Gallagher and his younger brother, lead vocalist and songwriter Liam Gallagher. ... Dont Believe the Truth track listing Mucky Fingers (2) Lyla (3) Love Like A Bomb (4) Stop the Clocks track listing Talk Tonight (3) Lyla (4) The Importance of Being Idle (5) Lyla was the first single from British band Oasis sixth album Dont Believe the Truth, released... Everything Is Average Nowadays is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the ninth track on their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... The Angry Mob is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the title track to their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... This article is about a British tabloid. ... Yours Truly, Angry Mob track listing Loves Not a Competition (But Im Winning) is a song by English band Kaiser Chiefs, featured on the bands second studio album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... is the 305th day of the year (306th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ...


Yours Truly Angry Mob Track listing


1) Ruby 2) The Angry mob 3) Heat Dies Down 4) Highroyds 5) Love's not a Competition (But I'm Winning) 6) Thank You Very Much 7) I can do it Without you 8) My Kind of guy 9) Everything is Average Nowadays 10)Boxing Champ 11)Learnt my Lesson Well 12)Try Your Best 13)Retirement


Third studio album (2007-present)

Kaiser Chiefs recently scrapped most of their fall U.S. tour and said that they are anxious to begin recording their third full length next month: "We are just really desperate to write some new stuff," drummer Nick Hodgson told Billboard.com. "We don't know exactly what we're going to put out, but it will be next year [...] We're very keen on breaking the cycle of what normal bands do, which is album every two years and tour for a year-and-a-half and take six months to write," he continues. "Not only does it get predictable, it gets boring. A lot of our contemporaries do the same thing." Kaiser Chiefs plan to head to a studio in Leeds, England, next month and do some initial groundwork. The band's lone remaining U.S. date is Sept. 29 at New York's Beacon Theatre. A European tour gets underway Oct. 23 in London. [18]


Criticism

Noel Gallagher mocked the Kaiser Chiefs for wearing makeup, with Liam Gallagher calling them "a bad Blur".[19]. Ricky Wilson, however, claimed he "was chuffed to bits" to be on the end of one of the Gallagher's famous insults. Noel Thomas David Gallagher (born May 29, 1967 in Longsight, Manchester, England) is an English songwriter, guitarist and occasional vocalist with the Manchester rock band Oasis. ... Liam Gallagher (born William John Paul Gallagher on September 21, 1972, Burnage, Manchester, England) is an English singer and tambourine player of the band Oasis. ... Blur are an English rock band formed in Colchester in 1989. ... Ricky Wilson (born Charles Richard Wilson on January 19, 1978 in Keighley, West Yorkshire) is the lead singer of Leeds based Indie band the Kaiser Chiefs. ...


The album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob was criticised by Blur frontman Damon Albarn, who likened it to his own record The Great Escape.[20] Alternative cover Bonus DVD version slipcase cover Yours Truly, Angry Mob is the second album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Blur are an English rock band formed in Colchester in 1989. ... Damon Albarn, (IPA: []) (born March 23, 1968 in Leytonstone, London), is an English singer-songwriter who gained fame as the lead singer of rock band Blur. ... The Great Escape is the fourth album by Blur. ...

"I've made two bad records. The first record, which is awful, and 'The Great Escape', which was messy. "The Kaiser Chiefs' new record sounds a bit like The Great Escape in that it sounds a bit empty. Sometimes records are like that if you try too hard to repeat your success.[21]"

Discography

Kaiser Chiefs performing in Munich, Germany in 2005. ...

Studio albums

Employment is the debut album by Leeds-based British rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Alternative cover Bonus DVD version slipcase cover Yours Truly, Angry Mob is the second album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Kaiser Chiefs performing in Munich, Germany in 2005. ...

Singles

Year Single Chart positions[22][23][24] Album
UK IRL EU U.S. Modern Rock
2004 "Oh My God" 66 41 Employment
"I Predict a Riot" 22 36
2005 "Oh My God" (re-issue) 6 27
"Everyday I Love You Less and Less" 10 57
"I Predict a Riot" (re-issue) / "Sink That Ship" 9 25 34
"Modern Way" 11 47 69
2007 "Ruby" 1 5 8 14 Yours Truly, Angry Mob
"Everything Is Average Nowadays" 19 78
"The Angry Mob" 22 86
"Love's Not a Competition (But I'm Winning)" 177

"—" denotes singles that were released but did not chart. The Irish Singles Chart is the Irish music industry standard singles popularity chart issued weekly by the Irish Recorded Music Association and compiled on behalf of the IRMA by Chart-Track. ... Modern Rock Tracks is a music chart in the United States that has appeared in Billboard magazine since September 10, 1988. ... Employment track listing You Can Have It All (5) Oh My God (6) Born to Be A Dancer (7) Oh My God is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, initially released as their debut single by the Drowned In Sound label on May 17, 2004. ... Employment is the debut album by Leeds-based British rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Employment track listing Everyday I Love You Less and Less (1) I Predict a Riot (2) Modern Way (3) I Predict a Riot is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing on their debut album Employment. ... Everyday I Love You Less and Less is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing as the opening track on their debut album Employment. ... Modern Way is a song by Kaiser Chiefs, appearing on their debut album Employment. ... Yours Truly, Angry Mob track listing Ruby (1) The Angry Mob (2) Ruby is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the lead track on their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... Alternative cover Bonus DVD version slipcase cover Yours Truly, Angry Mob is the second album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. ... Everything Is Average Nowadays is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the ninth track on their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... The Angry Mob is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs and is the title track to their second album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ... Yours Truly, Angry Mob track listing Loves Not a Competition (But Im Winning) is a song by English band Kaiser Chiefs, featured on the bands second studio album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. ...


Awards

Year Award Category
2006 BRIT Awards[25] British Rock Act
British Live Act
British Group
NME Awards[26] Best Album
Best Dressed (awarded to Ricky Wilson)

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References

  1. ^ BBC South Yorkshire, Kaiser Chiefs Interview
  2. ^ a b Heather Phares. "Employment > Review". All Music Guide. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  3. ^ "Kaiser Chiefs 2007 Biography". KaiserChiefs.co.uk. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  4. ^ a b "Antony and Johnsons win Mercury". BBC. September 7, 2005. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  5. ^ a b "Ruby Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  6. ^ BBC South Yorkshire, Kaiser Chiefs Interview
  7. ^ "Employment by Kaiser Chiefs". MetaCritic.com. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  8. ^ "Employment Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  9. ^ British platinum certification for Employment. British Phonographic Industry. February 17, 2006. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  10. ^ "The Greatest Indie Anthems Ever - countdown continues". NME. May 1, 2007. Retrieved September 15, 2007.
  11. ^ "The Kaiser Chiefs discuss new album". NME. October 20, 2006. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  12. ^ "Yours Truly, Angry Mob by Kaiser Chiefs". MetaCritic.com. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  13. ^ "Yours Truly, Angry Mob Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  14. ^ "Red Rags to Riches". NME. February 3, 2007. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  15. ^ "Everything Is Average Nowadays Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  16. ^ "Single Review". The Sun. August 17, 2007. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  17. ^ "The Angry Mob Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  18. ^ Billboard.com
  19. ^ 2005 interview with NME
  20. ^ http://www.gigwise.com/news.asp?contentid=31582
  21. ^ http://xrrf.blogspot.com/2007/05/modern-chiefs-is-rubbish.html
  22. ^ "Music Charts: Kaiser Chiefs". aCharts.us. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  23. ^ "Euro200 Archive". APCChart.com. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  24. ^ "Artist Chart History: Kaiser Chiefs". Billboard.com. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  25. ^ "Brit Awards 2006: The winners". BBC. February 15, 2006. Retrieved September 14, 2007.
  26. ^ "Monkeys, Kaisers Clean Up at NME Awards". Spin Magazine. February 24, 2006. Retrieved September 14, 2007.

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