Get Through It - The Music - Strength In Numbers (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 08,  · Call it incremental progress if you need to, but Strength in Numbers is far from unlistenable-- I don't know if your free time is spent sorting through stacks and .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Strength In Numbers on Discogs. Label: Polydor - UICP/5 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Brit Pop, Electro, Indie Rock5/5(2).
  3. Singer Rob Harvey explained this song, which is the album's title track, on his record label's website: "It's about standing strong, being comfortable with your self and realizing there is a future, there is something to look forward to. A lot of the album is about personal, mental battles. Not.
  4. The Music is back with their third album "Strength In Numbers". This is a significant departure from "Welcome To The North" and "The Music". From the opening title track "Strength In Numbers", the band has virtually pushed the guitars that dominated their first and second albums to the back and brought forth the synthesizers and drum loops /5(22).
  5. The Music Lyrics. album: "Strength In Numbers" () Strength In Numbers. The Spike. Drugs. Idle. The Left Side. Fire. Get Through It. Vision. The Last One. No Weapon Sharper Than Will. Cold Blooded. Inconceivable Odds. The Price (Digipak Only Track) The Rain (Digipak Only Track).
  6. Strength in Numbers is the Music's attempt to kick-start that old energy and ride it back into the U.K. mainstream. So, does it work? From a statistics standpoint, yes -- the album's title track peaked at number 38 on the U.K. singles chart (although it dropped off entirely after two weeks), while the album itself debuted at number

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