History Music / Elbow

3rd Feb '17 3:32:14 AM TrippyDippy
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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive. Three years later, they followed it up ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which was less commercial yet managed to become their first album to enter the top spot.

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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive.

Three years later, they followed it up ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which was less commercial yet managed to become their first album to enter the top spot.
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Another three years followed with the arrival of ''Little Fictions'', a sparse, percussion-led affair (ironically recorded after their drummer left the band).



*Richard Jupp: Drummer. [[BaldOfAwesome Bald]].

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*Richard Jupp: Drummer. [[BaldOfAwesome Bald]]. Departed from the group in 2016.
3rd May '16 2:02:49 PM aye_amber
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[[strike:Mr Soft]] '''Elbow''' are a band from Bury, Greater Manchester. Compared to Music/{{Genesis}}, {{Coldplay}} and {{Radiohead}}, they've been slightly ignored by the music press, until recently.

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[[strike:Mr Soft]] '''Elbow''' are a band from Bury, Greater Manchester. Compared to Music/{{Genesis}}, {{Coldplay}} Music/{{Coldplay}} and {{Radiohead}}, Music/{{Radiohead}}, they've been slightly ignored by the music press, until recently.
6th Nov '15 1:46:05 PM Rivfruifv
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** Hell, the number of songs on each album that ''don't'' qualify for this trope could probably be counted on one hand.
13th Jun '15 11:49:53 PM Rivfruifv
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*Richard Jupp: Drummer. Bald.

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*Richard Jupp: Drummer. Bald.[[BaldOfAwesome Bald]].



* BaldOfAwesome: Richard Jupp.
* BandOfRelatives: Type 1 with Mark and Craig Potter.



* {{Textless Album Cover}}: Inverted. ''The Noisebox'''s cover is nothing but text.

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* {{Textless Album Cover}}: TextlessAlbumCover: Inverted. ''The Noisebox'''s cover is nothing but text.
13th May '15 9:35:52 PM Rivfruifv
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* AlbumTitleDrop: "Lippy Kids" title-drops ''Build a Rocket, Boys!''

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* AlbumTitleDrop: "Lippy Kids" title-drops ''Build a Rocket, Boys!''Boys!''.
** "Grounds for Divorce" does the same with ''The Seldom Seen Kid''.
20th Oct '14 1:25:27 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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[[strike:Mr Soft]] Elbow are a band from Bury, Greater Manchester. Compared to Music/{{Genesis}}, {{Coldplay}} and {{Radiohead}}, they've been slightly ignored by the music press, until recently.

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[[strike:Mr Soft]] Elbow '''Elbow''' are a band from Bury, Greater Manchester. Compared to Music/{{Genesis}}, {{Coldplay}} and {{Radiohead}}, they've been slightly ignored by the music press, until recently.


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* AlbumTitleDrop: "Lippy Kids" title-drops ''Build a Rocket, Boys!''
18th Oct '14 5:18:09 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* FaceOfAThug: The bouncer in "Forget Myself".
5th Oct '14 9:46:53 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* BigApplesauce: "New York Morning".
27th Jun '14 3:46:50 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive. Three years later, they followed it up with the slightly less commercial ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which became their first album to reach number 1.

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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive. Three years later, they followed it up with the slightly less commercial ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which became was less commercial yet managed to become their first album to reach number 1.
enter the top spot.
27th Jun '14 3:41:13 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive. Three years later, they followed it up with the less commercial ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which became their first album to reach number 1.

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In March 2011, they released ''Build A Rocket Boys!'' It was deliberately made to not alienate earlier fans, but also has a distinct sound from former albums. As usual, critical opinion is overwhelmingly positive. Three years later, they followed it up with the slightly less commercial ''The Take Off And Landing Of Everything'', which became their first album to reach number 1.
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