Working for a Nuclear Free City. Redirected from Rocket (Working for a Nuclear Free City album)). Working for a Nuclear Free City (sometimes abbreviated to WFANFC) was an indie nu gaze band from Manchester, England. Original members Phil Kay (production and keyboard) and Gary McClure (guitar) formed as a studio entity in 1999; WFANFC began performing live in 2004, after adding drummer Jon Kay and bassist Ed Hulme to the group.
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Today’s song, featured on the Morning Show with John Richards, is Bottle Rocket" by Working for a Nuclear Free City from their 2016 album, What Do People Do All Day, on Melodic Records. Working for a Nuclear Free City - Bottle Rocket (MP3). Abstract and melodic and something all their own, Manchester band Working for a Nuclear Free City is testing the boundaries of modern indie-pop. Instead of looking back in time for their music influences, WFANFC looks ahead while blazing a trail for the next generation of rock musicians. Founding members Phil Kay (.
Working For A Nuclear Free City is the debut album by Manchester (United Kingdom) indie band Working for a Nuclear Free City. The album was not released in the United States but all its tracks were included on their next release, the double album Businessmen & Ghosts. Their song "Dead Fingers Talking" was used in the first episode of the show Breaking Bad. All songs written by Phil Kay, Gary McClure, Ed Hulme, Jon Kay. "The 224th Day" - 1:34. Troubled Son" - 2:45. Dead Fingers Talking" - 3:38.
Album: Businessmen & Ghosts, 2008. Working For A Nuclear Free City - Rocket.
In the last couple of years, Working for a Nuclear Free City has spread like a mushroom cloud over Britain, raining down a magnificent musical melange across the scene. Hailing from Manchester, the group draw much of their inspiration from both the old baggy and grebo scenes. Their numbers sport the insouciant pop sensibilities of Jesus Jones, the rabble-rousing qualities of Ned's Atomic Dustbin, the abandon of New Fast Automatic Daffodils, as well as the overwhelming thrill of the Stone Roses. Which is why the group's self-titled, 2006 debut album was a revelation, and their follow-up Rocket EP, equally extraordinary. This two-CD set features the former in its entirety sprinkled across both discs, alongside two tracks from the latter, with rarities and previously unreleased numbers, which nearly doubles the length of the set.
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