[60], This article is about the English rock band. They also became particularly famous for their 40-foot inflatable bears and a blue tank with 'SFA' written upon it which toured summer festivals playing techno music at high volume. [39], Over the summer of 2010, Roxy Music headlined various festivals across the world, including Lovebox at London's Victoria Park, Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co. Laois, Ireland, and Bestival on the Isle of Wight. Ferry, Mackay and Eno all had studied at prominent UK art colleges during the mid-to-late 1960s, when these institutions were introducing courses that avoided traditional art teaching practice, with its emphasis on painting, and instead focused on more recent developments, most notably pop art, and explored new concepts such as cybernetics. On 17 December 2011, Rhys joined Manic Street Preachers on stage during the band's 38 song A Night of National Treasures one-off live event at the O2 Arena in London to provide the lead vocals for the song Let Robeson Sing. The album also included several Roxy Music classics, such as "Avalon", "The Main Thing", "The Space Between", "True to Life", and "To Turn You On". During early 2006 a classic Roxy track, "The Main Thing", was remixed by Malcolm Green and used as the soundtrack to a pan-European television commercial for the Opel Vectra featuring celebrated football referee Pierluigi Collina. 4), and "Dance Away" (UK No. 30. ©2012 Ian Whybrow (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited . Well-known critic Lester Bangs went so far as to say that Roxy represented "the triumph of artifice". Mackay had already met Brian Eno during university days, as both were interested in avant-garde and electronic music. Comedic performers included: Stephen Fry & Hugh Laurie, Mel Smith & Griff Rhys Jones, Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders, Ruby Wax, Hale and Pace, Lenny Henry, Rory Bremner, Robbie Coltrane, Ben Elton and the Spitting Image puppets. [5] After playing drums for the band Emily, Rhys found fame in Wales as the front man of Ffa Coffi Pawb. 8. In the film, the younger version of Craig's character is also shown dressing up as Bryan Ferry during a flashback scene set in the 1970s. 5), "Over You" (UK No. The album featured both compositions by Tony da Gatorra, who is relatively unknown in his native Brazil, and Gruff Rhys.[19]. 18. The songs on these albums also cemented Ferry's persona as the epitome of the suave, jaded Euro-sophisticate. 32. In 2009 they released their latest record to date, entitled Dark Days/Light Years. In 1997, John Taylor of Duran Duran produced the tribute album Dream Home Heartaches... Remaking/Remodeling Roxy Music. A festival performance in Portugal and a short tour of the United States followed in 2003. Virginia Plain (Remastered 1999) Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones: 2:58. He wrote, "Somehow, in a landscape dominated by Led Zeppelin at one end and the Osmonds at the other, they managed to reach the Top 10 with a heady mixture of futurism, retro rock'n'roll, camp, funny noises, silly outfits, art techniques, film references and oboe solos. Gradually, their songwriting and musicianship became more integrated into the band's sound, although Ferry remained the dominant songwriter; throughout their career, all but one of Roxy's singles were written either wholly or jointly by Ferry (Manzanera, Mackay and Thompson did individually write a few of the band's B-sides). Virginia Plain by Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones. Neon Neon hit 88MPH! was released in August 1976. TV Actors. John Porter (credited as a guest) played bass on the record, while Sal Maida played bass for subsequent live shows. Led throughout by Bryan Ferry (vocals, keyboards), the band attained popular and critical success in Europe and Australia during the 1970s and early 1980s, beginning with their 1972 eponymous debut album. … In an October 2007 interview, Ferry said the album would include a collaboration with Scissor Sisters. Gruffudd Maredudd Bowen Rhys (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈɡrɨ̞fɨ̞ð maˈrɛdɨ̞ð ˈbowɛn ˈr̥ɨːs]; born 18 July 1970)[1] is a Welsh musician, composer, producer, filmmaker and author. In 2012, Virgin released a box-set entitled Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Recordings 1972–1982, celebrating 40 years since the release of the band's debut in 1972. Listen to music from King & Paul King like Love & Pride. Later, an alternative cover, featuring just a picture of the forest, was used. Rhys was educated at Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen, Bethesda, Gwynedd, North Wales and was awarded a degree in art at Manchester Metropolitan University. Other members included Brian Eno (synthesizer and 'treatments'), Eddie Jobson (synthesizer and violin), and John Gustafson (bass). [51] Bowie cited Roxy Music as one of his favourite British groups and in a 1975 television interview described Bryan Ferry as "spearheading some of the best music to come out of England. Hola, conéctate . Roxy Music played a series of 40th anniversary shows in 2011, but has since become inactive as a performing entity. At the time Ferry was dating French model Amanda Lear; she was photographed with a black jaguar for the front cover of the album, while Ferry appears on the back cover as a dapper chauffeur standing in front of a limousine. Super Furry Animals made a further mark on history in July 2001, when they released their first album for the Sony label, Rings Around the World, on CD and DVD simultaneously. Roxy Music gave a live performance at the 2005 Isle of Wight Festival on 11 June 2005, their first UK concert since the 2001–2002 world tour. 12). Roxy Music reunited during 1978 to record a new album, Manifesto, but with a reshuffled cast. by Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones. [16] The follow-up single "I Lust U", featured fellow Welsh artist Cate Le Bon on vocals. In July that year, the band toured Europe. Scorpios. [18], In 2010 he released an album with Brazilian artist Tony da Gatorra on Turnstile Music. The next album, For Your Pleasure, was released in March 1973. [22][23], In 2014, Rhys composed the film score for Set Fire to the Stars about Dylan Thomas and starring Celyn Jones and Elijah Wood. [26][27] The other members of the band are reported to have shared some of Eno's concerns about Ferry's dominance, but they elected to remain. [25], Soon after the tour to promote For Your Pleasure ended, Brian Eno left Roxy Music amidst increasing differences with Ferry. To bring more attention to their album, Roxy Music decided to record and release a single. They were assisted in this by a group of friends and associates who helped to sculpt the classic Roxy Music 'look', notably fashion designer Antony Price, hair stylist Keith Mainwaring, photographer Karl Stoecker, the group's "PR consultant" Simon Puxley (a former university friend of Mackay's) and Ferry's art school classmate Nicholas De Ville. Their debut single was "Virginia Plain", which scored No. Browse; Home; Stations Playlists; album . 2. They were specialists in their field. Beetlebum (2012 Remaster) Blur … In December 2015-January 2016, Rhys fronted a co-production with National Theatre Wales titled "The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion", featuring songs from Candylion and several new tracks. He performs solo and with several bands, including Super Furry Animals who obtained mainstream success in the 1990s. Today, Rhys still plays left-handed on an upside down right-handed guitar.[10][11]. Crazy Horses The Osmonds: 2:31. Rolling Stone referred to the albums as marking "the zenith of contemporary British art rock".[29]. [6][7][8][9], Rhys plays the guitar in an unusual style. The single caused a renewed interest in the album. [2][3] Bowen Rees "campaigned all his life for Welsh rights, language and culture" although he did not believe in the narrow view of nationalism, glorifying one country over another, rather that the "battle for Wales is the battle for all small nations, all small communities, all individuals in the age of genocide". The earliest incarnation of the band that would eventually become the Sex Pistols was called The Strand, after "Do The Strand", the opening song from Roxy Music's second album, For Your Pleasure. Roxy Music is a British art rock group which formed in 1971 in London, England. It leaves a bad taste". When Ffa Coffi Pawb disbanded in 1993, Rhys and drummer Dafydd Ieuan, of Rhoscefnhir, Anglesey, who had played for Catatonia, Anhrefn, Hanner Pei and many other Welsh language bands, formed the basis of Super Furry Animals. Ferry frequently enlisted band members as session musicians for his solo releases. It's not going to be any good. They repeated this for 2003's Phantom Power. 29. First Name Griff #1. The musicians appearing with Rhys were Lisa Jên Brown (who also sang on the original album), Sweet Baboo, Emma Daman Thomas and Kliph Scurlock. Roxy Music became a successful act in Europe and Australia during the 1970s. River Man Nick Drake-Five Leaves Left: 4:18. [27], He formed ieie Productions[28] with his partner Catryn Ramasut in 2006 to produce film and television projects. The band's fortunes were greatly increased by the support of broadcaster John Peel and Melody Maker journalist Richard Williams. Which was the norm.”[46]. Paul Reubens . From the Album Roxy Music (Remastered) 1 Jul 1972 4.6 out of 5 stars 6 ratings. Escucha el álbum The Best Of Roxy Music de Roxy Music. Griff Rhys Jones ... (additional material) & ... associate producer Richard Drewett ... executive producer (as Richard Drewitt) Music by . Suggestions. Also, John Gustafson became the band's bass player for the next three studio albums, but not always for live shows; though he toured with Roxy on certain dates in 1973 and 1975, other live Roxy bassists of this period (1973–1976) included Sal Maida, John Wetton and Rick Wills. If There Is Something by Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones. He also stated he wanted to create an alternative image to publicity shots of pop and rock groups at the time which would feature artists "in a dreary street, looking rather sullen. Concluding a tribute to actor, playwright and prolific composer Noel Coward (1899-1973), Neil Tennant explores Coward's lasting impact on both stage musicals and popular music, asserting that it has been undervalued. Beauty Queen (Remastered 1999) Roxy Music: 4:41. In May 2014, Rhys released his new work, American Interior, a combined project of an album, a film, a hardback book and an app for mobile devices. Eno himself later acknowledged the quality of the two albums that followed his departure,[citation needed] Stranded (1973) and Country Life (1974). Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones. [24][25] In September 2015, Rhys won the 2015 BAFTA Cymru award for Original Music for the score. 4CD and 4LP boxes with all the original albums • LP box on coloured vinyl • Signed sets sold out. [30][31] Rhys is also the cousin of musician MC Mabon (Gruff Meredith). When he arrived he was invited to play guitar and quickly realised that it was an informal audition. [citation needed] The album ultimately became Ferry's 2010 solo album Olympia, which featured contributions from Eno, Manzanera and Mackay (amongst many other session players). ")[31] as well as Flesh + Blood ("such a shockingly bad Roxy Music record that it provokes a certain fascination"),[32] while other sources praised the reunion. Soon after "Virginia Plain", Rik Kenton departed the band, which would never again have a permanent bass player. The shows took place at The London Palladium over four consecutive nights 26–29 March 1987. Heart Of Glass (Original Single Version) Blondie: 4:12. The album was promoted with the non-album single "Pyjamarama"; no album track was released as a single. Griff Rhys Jones Is A Member Of . Tim Allen. A cover of a song written and originally recorded by John Lennon, Roxy Music recorded "Jealous Guy" as a tribute to Lennon after his 1980 death. 6:34 Listen Now $1.29 4. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to Amazon.com (US). In 2005, Tim de Lisle of The Guardian argued that Roxy Music are the second most influential British band after the Beatles. Musik-Streaming auf Smartphones, Computern und Tablets mit Amazon Music Unlimited. Musical director Trevor Brown. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to Amazon.co.uk (UK). Brian Gladstone ... production manager Art Department . 1: 3:10. 10 on the UK album chart in September 1972. After the concert tours in support of Siren in 1976, Roxy Music disbanded. premiered. [49] The title of the fourth Roxy album, Country Life, was intended as a parody of the well-known British rural magazine of the same name, and the visually punning front cover photo featured two models (two German fans, Constanze Karoli—sister of Can's Michael Karoli—and Eveline Grunwald)[50] clad only in semi-transparent lingerie standing in a forest. The fourth album, Country Life, was released in 1974, and was the first Roxy Music album to enter the US Top 40, albeit at No. A remixed and instrumental of "The Main Thing" was used in a 2006 advertisement campaign for the Vauxhall Vectra featuring Pierluigi Collina. The compilation features Taylor as well as Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode) and Low Pop Suicide, among others. 5), and "Same Old Scene" (UK No. Download our mobile app now. This line-up of Roxy Music (Ferry/Mackay/Eno/Simpson/Thompson/O'List) recorded a BBC session shortly thereafter. Chance Meeting (Remastered 1999) Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones: 3:08. The Words That Maketh Murder PJ Harvey-Let England Shake: 3:45. [22], With this team, EG Management financed the recording of the tracks for their first album, Roxy Music, recorded in March–April 1972 and produced by King Crimson lyricist Peter Sinfield. [11] In 2005, the band began recording a new studio album, which would have been their ninth, and would have been their first record since 1973 with Eno, who wrote two songs for it and also played keyboards. The group's name was partly an homage to the titles of old cinemas[19] and dance halls, and partly a pun on the word rock. TV Actor. Hören Sie Ihre Lieblingssongs aus dem Album Platinum Collection von Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music. 7 / 10 Griff Rhys Jones and Nigel are challenged by Griff's daughter to make sushi from scratch. The band's self-titled debut album, produced by King Crimson's Pete Sinfield, was the first in a series of increasingly sophisticated album covers, art-directed by Ferry in collaboration with his friend Nick De Ville. [32], Prifysgol Bangor yn anrhydeddu Gruff Rhys a Huw Stephens, Last edited on 23 December 2020, at 16:17, "Prince of Wales: Gruff Rhys on his rock odyssey, and the trouble with independence", "Fidget, schranz, doom – what? 2). Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. David Hasselhoff. [56] They paid tribute to Bryan Ferry in the song "4BF" (the title is a reference to the song "2HB", itself a tribute to Humphrey Bogart from the first Roxy Music album). [12] However, Ferry eventually confirmed that material from these sessions would be released as a Ferry solo album, with Eno playing on 'a couple of tracks',[13] and that he did not think they would ever record as Roxy Music again. 48 songs (3 hours and 21 minutes) curated by Amazon's Music Experts . [26], He supports Bangor City F.C. When O'List didn't show up for the next rehearsal, Manzanera was asked to come along, on the pretext of becoming the band's sound mixer. [21], In 2016 Rhys composed and sang "I Love EU" to support the Remain campaign in the UK European Membership Referendum. And so it's just sitting there on our personal computers. The album artwork imitated the visual style of classic "girlie" and fashion magazines, featuring high-fashion shots of scantily clad models Amanda Lear, Marilyn Cole and Jerry Hall, each of whom had romances with Ferry during the time of their contributions, as well as model Kari-Ann Muller who appears on the cover of the first Roxy album but who was not otherwise involved with anyone in the band, and who later married Mick Jagger's brother Chris. With Simon Godley , Geoffrey McGivern and special guest Peter Serafinowicz. In 2014, the pair co-directed a film about the Welsh explorer John Evans, American Interior. And although their popularity has ebbed and flowed, their influence has been strikingly consistent. Roxy Music's final studio album was Avalon (1982), which was certified Platinum in the United States. Roxy performed seven dates around the UK in January and February 2011, in a tour billed 'For Your Pleasure', to celebrate the band's 40th anniversary. Browse; Home; Stations; Playlists; Amazon Music Store; playlist. From the Album Roxy Music (Remastered) July 1, 1972 4.6 out of 5 stars 3 ratings. As a result, in many areas of the United States the album was sold in an opaque plastic wrapper because retailers refused to display the cover. Although the band took a break from group activities in 1976 and again in 1983, they reunited for a concert tour in 2001, and toured together intermittently over the next few years. In addition to the Amnesty show stalwarts drawn from the Oxbridge/Monty Python/Beyond The Fringe orbit, he invited newcomers such as Rowan Atkinson's colleagues from the BBC TV show Not the Nine O'Clock News including Pamela Stephenson and Griff Rhys Jones; comedian Victoria Wood and regional comic Jasper Carrott. Roxy Music was initially influenced by other contemporary artists at the time including The Beatles, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Elton John, The Animals, Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Jimi Hendrix, The Velvet Underground and The Who, as well as American rock'n'roll acts and genres such as Elvis Presley and Motown. Roxy Music & Griff Rhys Jones: 6:34. 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[21] Phil Manzanera—soon to become a group member—was one of about twenty other players who also auditioned. [8], During the first half of 1972, bassist Graham Simpson became increasingly withdrawn and uncommunicative, which led to his leaving the band almost immediately after the recording of the debut album. First Name Griff. [1] He has a brother and a sister; his father was Ioan Bowen Rees (13 January 1929 – 4 May 1999), a "poet, essayist, polemicist, mountaineer, internationalist ... and a White Robe Druid of the Gorsedd of Bards". Roxy Music were an English rock band that was formed in 1970 by Bryan Ferry—who became the band's lead singer and main songwriter—and bass guitarist Graham Simpson.Alongside Ferry, the other longtime members were Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe), and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion). Sugerencias. 1 single. In 2014, Rhys composed the film score for Set Fire to the Stars about Dylan Thomas and starring Celyn Jones and Elijah Wood. Although some fans lamented the loss of the experimental attitude and camp aesthetic that Eno had brought to the band, the classically trained Jobson was an accomplished musician. The music and lyrics were by Gruff Rhys and the play's text, which included audience participation, by Tim Price. As writer Michael Bracewell notes in his book Roxy: the band that invented an era, Roxy Music was created expressly by Ferry, Mackay and Eno as a means of combining their mutual interests in music, modern art and fashion. A&R staffer Tim Clark records that although he argued strongly that Island should contract them, company boss Chris Blackwell at first seemed unimpressed and Clark assumed he was not interested. Translated, the name means 'everyone's coffee beans', though if said quickly in Welsh, it can sound like 'fuck off everyone' in English and Welsh combined. As a teenager in 1985, Gruff Rhys played drums for the North Wales band, Machlud, appearing at the Pesda Roc festival in Bethesda. On 24 January 2005, Rhys released his first solo album, Yr Atal Genhedlaeth, on the Placid Casual label. 98 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[10]. In 1995, following a couple of largely Welsh-language EPs on the Ankst label, they signed to Creation Records. "[44], On 29 March 2019, Roxy Music were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Ferry, Manzanera, Mackay and Jobson performed a six-song set at the induction ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.[45]. 2:58 Listen Now $1.29 5. 29. Although this persona undoubtedly began as a deliberately ironic device, during the mid-1970s it seemed to merge with Ferry's real life, as the working-class miner's son from the north of England became an international rock star and an icon of male style. An antagonist character in the video game Final Fight named Roxy (a female acrobatic fighter) is named after the band, as are other enemy characters in the game that pay homage to someone or something related to music, like her identical partner Poison. (2010). He has also featured on the Myspace remix track "I'm Not Lying" by Goldie Lookin' Chain. Virginia Plain. Andy Mackay replied to Ferry's advertisement, not as a keyboard-player but a saxophonist and oboist, though he did have a VCS3 synthesizer. 5. On 2 July 2005, the band played "Jealous Guy", "Do the Strand", and "Love is the Drug" at the Berlin contribution to Live8; "Do the Strand" is available on the 4-disc DVD collection, and "Love Is the Drug" can be found on the Live 8 Berlin DVD. The project would mark the first time Eno worked with Roxy Music since 1973's For Your Pleasure. He did, however, rule out touring with the band. Manzanera, the son of an English father and a Colombian mother, had spent a considerable amount of time in South America and Cuba as a child, and although he did not have the same art school background as Ferry, Mackay and Eno, he was perhaps the most proficient member of the band, with an interest in a wide variety of music. Pyjamarama (Remastered 1999) Roxy Music: 2:53. 3. The song topped the UK charts for two weeks in March 1981, becoming the band's only No. The successful applicant was David O'List, former guitarist with The Nice. Descarga la app. … It was released in cinemas in the UK on 9 May 2014. [2][4] Rhys's mother, Margaret Wynn Meredith, shared his father's love of writing and was a poet.[4]. Saxophone and oboe player Andy Mackay was classically trained. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to Amazon.co.uk (UK). During this time Ferry released two solo records on which Manzanera and Thompson performed, and Manzanera reunited with Eno on the critically acclaimed one-off 801 Live album. As he had already learned to play left-handed, and rather than invert the nut and re-string it, he taught himself to play the right-handed guitar upside down so the bass strings are on the bottom. Listen to your favourite songs from Roxy Music. The three eventually joined forces in London during 1970–71 after meeting through mutual friends and decided to form a rock band. Roxy Music were an English rock band that was formed in 1970 by Bryan Ferry—who became the band's lead singer and main songwriter—and bass guitarist Graham Simpson. This success began with their self-titled debut album in 1972. A tour of Wales and several festival appearances followed. Do The Strand (Remastered 1999) Roxy Music: 4:03. 30. In 2007 Rhys launched a new electro-pop collaborative project with Boom Bip under the collective moniker Neon Neon. Paul Thompson brought a lot, with his very powerful, earthy drumming. 30. The album and live show are based on the life of Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. [29] Their fifth album, Siren, contained their only US top 40 hit, "Love Is the Drug". Manzanera and Thompson recorded and toured with Ferry on his 2002 album Frantic. [14] Their album, titled Stainless Style, is a loose concept album based on the tumultuous life of DeLorean Motor Company founder John DeLorean,[15] and was released on 18 March 2008 via Lex Records. [29], In July 2015, Rhys received an Honorary Fellowship from Bangor University. in 2007 in the UK. Fix in Music Library Close 1 If There Is Something 6:34 Sold by Amazon Digital UK Limited. His interest in electronic music also resulted in his first meetings with Andy Mackay, who was studying at Reading University and who had likewise developed a strong interest in avant garde and electronic music. However, the changed cast reflected a distinct change in Roxy's musical style. (At that time, Jobson was touring and recording with his own band, U.K.) The sleeve of Manifesto indicated that the revived Roxy Music line-up consisted of Ferry, Manzanera, Mackay, and Thompson, along with Paul Carrack (keyboards), Alan Spenner (bass), and Gary Tibbs (ex Vibrators) (bass); despite this all other media pointed to Roxy Music being a quartet (and a trio following the 1980 departure of Thompson), with the latter three musicians being regular collaborators of the band. Recent Clear Search History. Where The Streets Have No Name (Remastered) U2-The Joshua … 1. 1 on the UK charts, and spun off three UK hits: "Oh Yeah" (UK No. Follow-up albums included Radiator in 1997, Guerrilla in 1999 and Mwng in 2000. In early February 1972, guitarist O'List quit the group abruptly after an altercation with Paul Thompson, which took place at their audition for David Enthoven of EG Management. Ferry studied at Newcastle University in the Sixties under renowned pop artist and educator Richard Hamilton, and many of Ferry's university friends, classmates and tutors – e.g. While Robert Fripp and Pete Sinfield decided Ferry's voice was unsuitable for King Crimson's material, they were impressed with his talent and helped the fledgling Roxy Music to obtain a contract with E.G. River Man (Cambridge Version) Nick Drake-Made To Love Magic: 4:00. Introducing Rhys to the stage, lead singer James Dean Bradfield explained that Rhys had been set to perform the song at the band's 2001 performance in Havana, Cuba but circumstances had prevented this from happening. Roxy Music's second drummer, Andy Newmark, performed during the tour, as Thompson withdrew due to health issues, and Oliver Thompson (guitar) made his first appearance with the band. Members of the original Sex Pistols' fans (known as the Bromley Contingent) were former followers of Roxy Music. Colin Monk ... designer Makeup Department . 19. [12], On 21 April 2016, Rhys released a new song entitled "I Love EU", a song praising the European Union ahead of the EU Referendum on 23 June 2016.[13]. On 4 March 2011, it was announced that Rhys would be playing at Glastonbury 2011. 72, 154, David Bowie about Bryan Ferry - Rare - 1975.mov, Learn how and when to remove this template message, its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, "And on the seventh day, Eno released a not-very-good album. Alongside Ferry, the other longtime members were Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe), and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion). Rolling Stone panned Manifesto ("Roxy Music has not gone disco. [14] In 2019, Roxy Music were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[15][16]. Rhys has occasionally collaborated with other artists, providing vocals for the track "Dial: Revenge" on the Mogwai album Rock Action as well as guesting on the songs "Fear of Guitars" (from the album Machine Says Yes by FC Kahuna) and "Do's and Don'ts" (by Boom Bip) as well as "Just War" from Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse's album Dark Night of the Soul. The Drug ''. 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