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IV Thieves - The Day Is A Downer E.P. mp3 track

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Performer: IV Thieves
Title: The Day Is A Downer E.P.
Country: UK
Released: 2006
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: WMA MP4 AHX WAV AHX ADX VQF

Tracklist

The Day Is A Downer
Catastrophe
Chase Me Off/Out

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
754TP7 IV Thieves The Day Is A Downer E.P. ‎(7", EP, Ltd, Gra) One Little Indian 754TP7 UK 2006
754TP7CDP IV Thieves The Day Is A Downer E.P. ‎(CD, Single, Promo) One Little Indian 754TP7CDP UK 2006

Album · 2006 · 3 Songs. See All. If We Can't Escape My Pretty. Who's Gonna Find Me - Single.

Overview (current section).

If We Can't Escape My Pretty (Album). The Day Is A Downer .

The IV Thieves used to be known as Nic Armstrong & the Thieves. They also used to be a cracking good British garage blues band and their debut, The Greatest White Liar, was an exciting and fun album. Really, only a couple of songs here make much of a positive impression: "The Day Is a Downer" overcomes some clichéd lyrics with a decent hook and a furious vocal from Armstrong, "Lay Me Back Down" is a nice ballad with good vocal harmonies, and "Catastrophe" is a half-decent moody rocker. The rest of the album is filled with songs sporting hooks so dull fish would just laugh at them, a few attempts at recapturing the feel of the first album ("Mother's Dilemma," "Take This Heart") that fail miserably, and a general feeling that Armstrong and his band of Thieves have lost their way.

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Armstrong released the resulting album, The Greatest White Liar, in mid-2004 through One Little Indian under his own name, though by the time the '60s British blues-influenced record made its way to stateside shelves a year later, it was now listed under Nic Armstrong the Thieves. A supporting tour under the same name found the gang quickly developing into a democracy of songwriters (and vocalists) instead of just playing music that was the product of only one Armstrong. Thus, as the quartet tore up American and .

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