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Sometimes the stories of the great success grown from the most modest of ambitions.
When in Leeds in the summer of 2003 was formed the band Kaiser Chiefs, the goal of the participants was world domination and scored the eyeballs stadiums. Instead, five eccentric guys obsessed with BritPop, built not as far-reaching plans. Sitting in the dark corners of night clubs and eateries of the city Ricky Wilson (vocals), Andrew white (guitar), Simon RIX (bass), Nick Baines (keyboards) and Nick Hodgson (drummer and vocalist) decided to form a group that will be able to participate in the upcoming Leeds Festival and get free tickets to performances by well-known teams. Since then, everyone around was sick of the Kaiser Chiefs. Blur producer Stephen Street was so impressed that he offered the group his services to record their debut album Employment, which later turned out to be a real classic pop music.
These days, many groups evolyutsioniruet directly into the eyes of the amazed public, but often this growth happens within a single album. Employment begins in the spirit of the third division indie rock sample 2005, reminding the team of The Ordinary Boys, which added a powerful pop music and teen perseverance, but gradually five from Leeds progresses and turns into a classic Brit group. You continue to expect that the musicians here stumbles and gets back on the rails pop music, but this, fortunately, did not occur. They develop, mutate and gain confidence until the last track, hearing that, you suddenly realize that finally Blur a worthy successor. Their debut is full of great melodies. Every song hum to yourself after the first listen, but after a second it always gets stuck in my head. Employment is so confident, witty and full of vitality album that it’s hard to imagine a better use of the 45 minutes that it lasts.