I Like Trains - 'Spencer Perceval' (Live) at the Brudenell Social Club, Leeds 1st July 2011 - 'Sirens' single launch.
I Like Trains - 'The Voice Of Reason' (Live) at the Brudenell Social Club, Leeds 1st July 2011 - 'Sirens' single launch.
Band Name I Like Trains. Album Name Live at the Brudenell. Erscheinungsdatum 11 Juli 2011. Labels I Like Records (ILR). Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Recorded live at the Brudenell Social Club, UK, 01/07/2011. 2. A Father's Son. 03:25. 4. A Rook House for Bobby. 5. The Voice of Reason.
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I Like Trains: I don’t think I would like to be a band starting now. Words: Eleonora Collini, 25 February 2014, 14:00 GMT. Their last record The Shallows conceptualises Nicholas Carr’s homonymous book about the effects that digital technology has had on our lives. I want to know what impact David thinks internet has had on the music industry in particular and he jokes that we could sit there talking about it all day. I think it’s something the industry is still coming to terms with. Some people definitely use that technology in a great way and then everybody follows that. I ask if there have been more benefits or more drawbacks? Since we began making music it’s probably balanced out but at the same time I don’t think I would like to be a band starting now. At the moment there is so much music and so much noise talking about music that’s very difficult to get yourself out of that onto the next level.
The Brudenell Social Club is a live music venue and social club in Hyde Park, Leeds, England. While being a nonprofit organisation, it retains the "community atmosphere of its origins as a working men's club". The club is split into three areas-a 400 capacity concert room, a bar area and games room section (occasionally holds gigs) and a second. The main bar area at Brudenell Social Club, pictured in May 2017. Malcolm and Patricia Clark became the Brudenell's licensees in 1992 and, following a shift in the makeup of the local population which saw large numbers of students moving into the area, "rescued from financial ruin" by putting on bands.
|Twenty-Five Sins (Live)||4:10|
|A Father's Son (Live)||3:25|
|We Saw The Deep (Live)||5:06|
|A Rook House For Bobby (Live)||5:09|
|The Voice Of Reason (Live)||4:38|
|Progress Is A Snake (Live)||4:05|
|The Accident (Live)||3:35|
|Terra Nova (Live)||5:48|
|A Divorce Before Marriage (Live)||4:20|
|These Feet Of Clay (Live)||5:01|
|Sea Of Regrets (Live)||7:17|
|Spencer Perceval (Live)||10:53|
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