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Brothers - John Blek & The Rats - Borders (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Brothers - John Blek & The Rats - Borders (CD, Album)

  1. Zulkizilkree
    Their debut album, "All On Red", has just been nominated for an "Album Of The Year" award at the Americana-UK. This is sure going to be one of the bands you do not want to stop playing. We can't wait to sing and dance along to the great songs of the wonderful Orphan .
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  2. Tygozuru
    John Blek & The Rats announce the release of their second album, ‘Borders’ An album that captures the band shaking off their ramshackle beginnings and committing to tape.
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  3. Gom
    John Blek & The Rats announce the release of their second album, ‘Borders’ An album that captures the band shaking off their ramshackle beginnings and committing to tape a collection of new songs with a cohesive sonic richness, that embrace a fuller, fuzzier sound while striking a balance between experimentation and the tunefulness for which they have become known.
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  4. Dokree
    This is the sound of John Blek & The Rats exploring their own musical chemistry, a band evolving, breaking down barriers and crossing new ‘Borders’. Following the critical success of their first album ‘Leave Your Love At The Door’, the Ireland based alternative folk group were eager to dispel any notions of ‘the difficult second album’ and decamped to the studio in-between tour dates.
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  5. Mujin
    John Blek & the Rats, Category: Artist, Albums: Leave Your Love at the Door, Borders, Singles: Wandering Child (Single Edit), Top Tracks: Take Me Home, The Barman, the Barfly and Me, Calling Out My Name, Hand on My Heart, Don't Take the Road I've Taken, Monthly Listeners: , Where People Listen: Dublin, Cork, Hamburg, Limerick, Berlin.
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  6. Dalmaran
    John Blek, Category: Artist, Albums: Digressions #1 Live at StudiOwz, The Embers, Thistle & Thorn, Thistle & Thorn, Catharsis, Vol. 1, Singles: Revived, Empty Pockets, The Body, The Blackwater, Top Tracks: Empty Pockets, The Blackwater, Revived, Death & His Daughter, Old Hand, Biography: John Blek – “I spent much of the early part of in and out of hospital with some mysterious illness.
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  7. Nenris
    Blek began his artwork in , painting stencils of rats on the walls of Paris streets. He described the rat as "the only free animal in the city", and one which "spreads the plague everywhere, just like street art". His name originates from the comic book Blek le Roc, using "rat" as an anagram for "art".. Initially influenced by the early graffiti-art of New York City after a visit in
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  8. Megrel
    Blek Le Rat’s Rats. Prou describes rats as “the only free animal in the city”, he uses the name ‘rat’ as an anagram for ‘art’. His now-infamous rats date back to some of his earliest artwork on the streets of Paris in He has said of the rats: “Paris is full of rats, but you never see them.
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  9. Nagore
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rats First on Discogs. Label: Goodear Records - EARLH • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Rats* - Rats First (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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