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Come of Age (also alternatively titled The Vaccines Come of Age) is the second studio album by English indie rock band The Vaccines, which was released on 3 September 2012. It follows their debut album What Did You Expect from The Vaccines?, released the previous year. It was produced by Ethan Johns and reached number one in the UK. The image on the front cover of the album is a photo of four androgynous teenage girls, each representing a different member of the band.
The Vaccines' second album, called Come of Age was released on 3 September 2012 in the UK. It reached no. 1 in the album chart, and was certified gold in the UK. The album was released in the US on 4 October 2012 The release was marked by the band's biggest tour to date, including a sold out show at London's 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace with support from Fucked Up and Diiv In January 2017, it was reported that The Vaccines' fourth album would contain songs "like polished '70s and '80s rock: Big Star, Todd Rundgren, Guided by Voices – that kind of stuff. Very smooth, like a super FM radio sound," stated Young. Someone to Lose", "Out on the Street", and "Young American" were among the songs considered for the album, with the band looking for "a polished pop producer" to handle the recording sessions that were scheduled to take place in February.
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That said, The Vaccines probably welcome the calm. Rinse off all the buzz surrounding that first album and beneath we'd a bright-and-proper rock bro'hood victim to a few mad-heavy comparisons. With Come of Age - another beautifully tongue-in-cheek title - their yen to move past the is written all over their Shaggy Rogers-raggedy getup. The breakneck guitars haven't gone, only they're loads tighter, plus there's a longer-lasting intimate vibe; it feels like a band with real conviction. Little was wrong with the anthems of before, but this new, uninhibited tactic is intriguing and has led to one of 2012's finest. The Vaccines come of age? Nah, we ain't seen nothing yet. 4. Tracks to download: 'Teenage Icon', 'Aftershave Ocean', 'Weirdo', 'Lonely World' If you like this, you'll like: The Strokes, The Black Keys, Spector. Watch the video for The Vaccines' 'Teenage Icon' below
All lyrics from Come Of Age album, popular The Vaccines songs with tracklist and information about album. Arni Arnason, Freddie Cowan, Justin Young, Pete Robertson, Pete Robertson, Justin Young, The Vaccines. Come of Age. Studio album by. The Vaccines.
Come of Age works like an old-fashioned LP, opening with the high-energy, punk-influenced "No Hope" and finishing with the wistful sendoff "Lonely World. In between, the album unfolds like two equally paced sides, with the surf-western jungle-rock "Ghost Town" finishing off the first part and the endearing guitar weave of the power-pop "Aftershave Queen" kicking off the extended second half. Smartly employing producer Ethan Johns-known for his ability to capture a band in a room without sacrificing tone-The Vaccines sound fresh and complete. The songwriting is basic and to the point, catching the beauty of simplicity in the vintage melody of "All in Vain" and enjoying the guitar-to-bass interplay for the pining "I Wish I Was a Girl. Come of Age works like an old-fashioned LP, opening with the high-energy, punk-influenced "No Hope" and finishing with the wistful sendoff "Lonely World.
Come of Age isn't a bad album, but nor is it the swaggering bid for world domination it's made out to be: it's too confused and incoherent. But if it isn't going to propel them skywards, there's enough decent songs on it to keep the Vaccines ticking over in their current position. Given that their current position is as virtually the only new British alt-rock band to sell any albums, that's hardly a disaster, even if it's clearly not what the Vaccines had in mind.
Engineer – Dominic MonksMixed By – Jeremy Wheatley
|1-2||I Always Knew||3:34|
|1-4||All In Vain||3:52|
|1-9||Change Of Heart Pt. 2||2:16|
|1-10||I Wish I Was A Girl||2:52|
Recorded By – Jim Spencer*
Recorded By – Jim Spencer*
|Live In Brighton|
|2-2||Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)||1:43|
|2-4||A Lack Of Understanding||3:08|
|2-7||Under My Thumb||2:27|
|2-8||Post Break-Up Sex||2:55|
|2-9||All In White||4:42|
|2-12||Blow It Up||2:40|
|2-14||If You Wanna||3:27|
|2-16||Why Should I Love You?||3:48|
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