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Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan [2LP]
Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan [2LP]
Artist: Idles
Format: Vinyl

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Label: PARTISAN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 04/10/2020
UPC: 720841217466

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DISC: 1

1. Colossus (Live at Le Bataclan)
2. Never Fight A Man With A Perm (Live at Le Bataclan)
3. Mother (Live at Le Bataclan)
4. Faith In The City (Live at Le Bataclan)
5. Iím Scum (Live at Le Bataclan)
6. Danny Nedelko (Live at Le Bataclan)
7. Divide & Conquer (Live at Le Bataclan)
8. 1049 Gotho (Live at Le Bataclan)
9. Samaritans (Live at Le Bataclan)
10. Television (Live at Le Bataclan)

DISC: 2

1. Great (Live at Le Bataclan)
2. Love Song (Live at Le Bataclan)
3. White Privilege (Live at Le Bataclan)
4. Gram Rock (Live at Le Bataclan)
5. Benzocaine (Live at Le Bataclan)
6. Exeter (Live at Le Bataclan)
7. Cry To Me (Live at Le Bataclan)
8. Well Done (Live at Le Bataclan)
9. Rottweiler (Live at Le Bataclan)

More Info:

Partisan Records is happy to make A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan, available again on vinyl. This double LP set was recorded at Le Bataclan in Paris, France in December 2018. The album features favorites from the critically acclaimed albums Brutalism and Joy as an Act of Resistance plus their devastating cover of the Solomon Burke classic 'Cry to Me'. This recording captures the raw emotion, energy, and overwhelming sense of community that exists at an IDLES show. IDLES have been profiled by the NY Times and GQ as leaders in a movement of new bands tearing down outdated perceptions of masculinity. Their songs are a full-throated indictment of sexism, racism, Trumpism/Brexit, Nationalism, and toxic masculinity.