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Know Your Enemy - Various - NME The Album 2009 (CD)

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  1. Listen free to Various Artists – NME The Album (Uprising, Fire and more). 40 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and .
  2. 介质: Audio CD 发行时间: Know Your Enemy - Green Day Warrior Dance - Prodigy (1) No Sleep Tonight - Enter Shikari 喜欢听"NME The Album "的人也喜欢的唱片 · · · · · · Ruins’ Hotel NME Awards The National Health My Way.
  3. The Enemy discography and songs: Music profile for The Enemy, formed January Genres: Indie Rock, Pop Rock, Power Pop. Albums include We'll Live and Die in These Towns, Music for the People, and Streets in the Sky.
  4. The first CD in the boxset will include the original album as well as B-sides, while CD two will comprise the original The tracklistings for the various ‘Rage ‘Know Your Enemy’.
  5. Know Your Enemy (CD/DVD) Reissued, Import, Remastered Laaz Rockit Format: Audio CD. out Audio CD (March 17, ) Number of Discs: 2; Format: Import, 2 albums later there was a major line up change with 2 original members left and after the final album they changed style and the name to Gack. Groovy, toned down and slower metal with /5(13).
  6. Release. Know Your Enemy was released on 19 March The album debuted and peaked on number 2 in the UK Album Chart, it spent a total of 16 weeks in the charts. In Ireland the album reached number 5, and around the world it was pretty successful, it peaked in number 3 on Finland, remaining 5 weeks in the Finnish charts, number 6 in Denmark number 7 in Sweden, .
  7. CD Two opens with Scottish band Biffy Clyro and their 'That Golden Rule' one of the bands better tracks in recent years followed by Paramore and Ignorance.. hang on, is NME displaying some attitude, we are quickly followed by Green Day and Know Your Enemy, next up The Prodigy with Warrior Dance.. this is getting better and better Enter Shikari.
  8. "Know Your Enemy" is a song by the American rock band Green Day. It is the third track on their eighth album 21st Century Breakdown, was released as the lead single through Reprise Records on April 16, , and the group's first single since Jesus of Suburbia, released 4 years earlier. Billboard described the song as being lyrically "just as politically charged as last time (on .

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