Complete your Maxïmo Park collection. A Certain Trigger & Missing Songs (2xCD, Album, Sli). Warp Records, Warp Records. WARPCD130, WARPCD142. A Certain Trigger (CD, Album).
A Certain Trigger is the debut studio album by English indie rock band Maxïmo Park. It was released on 16 May 2005 through Warp Records. It was nominated for the 2005 Mercury Prize in August of that year. The title for the album comes from the song "Once, a Glimpse". The songs "The Coast Is Always Changing", "Apply Some Pressure", "Graffiti", "Going Missing" and "I Want You to Stay" were released as singles.
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Even without him, you could tell the band is british. Lyrics - 6 The lyrics aren't great, but in my opinion, lyrics don't matter, if you base it all on lyrics, it's just poetry
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Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. A Certain Trigger Maxïmo Park. Listen on Apple Music.
Listen free to Maxïmo Park – A Certain Trigger (Signal and Sign, Apply Some Pressure and more). A Certain Trigger is the debut album of Newcastle-based Post-punk revival band Maxïmo Park. It was released on 16 May 2005, on Warp Records. It was critically acclaimed and nominated for the 2005 Mercury Prize in August of that year. The songs The Coast Is Always Changing, Apply Some Pressure, Graffiti, Going Missing and I Want You to Stay were released as singles. Apply Some Pressure was also featured on the soundtracks of the video games Burnout Revenge and SSX on Tour.
Maxïmo Park : A Certain Trigger. Having been spawned from a country concerned more with single charting than album cohesiveness, Maxïmo Park know how to write a fucking amazing single, without sacrificing the good of the album as a whole. As such, the first three singles are among the best out of the UK in 2005, thus far. Graffiti is driven by Lukas Wooller’s fiery organ notes and Duncan Lloyd’s garage rock guitar riffs, while The Coast is Always Changing is a life-affirming rock anthem, with Smith yelping I am young and I am lost/every sentence has its cost!
Acrobat", a song from Maxïmo Park's album A Certain Trigger. Acrobat Records, an American independent record company. Apply Some Pressure" is a song by English indie rock band Maxïmo Park. It was released as the second single from their debut studio album, A Certain Trigger (2005), on 21 February 2005. The song was re-released in October 2005. The music was written by Duncan Lloyd and the lyrics by Paul Smith. The Coast Is Always Changing" was the first single released by Maxïmo Park and features on their debut album A Certain Trigger. It reached number 63 in the UK charts in 2004. The music video for the single was filmed in a small pub in Newcastle-upon-Tyne called The Head Of Steam at a gig they played there in September 2004.