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Nights Out

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Originally a solo vehicle for British singer/songwriter Joseph Mount, Metronomy's follow-up to Pip Paine (Pay the £5000 You Owe), is the first to feature full-time band members Oscar Cash and Gabriel Stebbing. Released in 2008, Nights Out, conceived as a concept album based on an evening on the town, blends melancholic synth pop, minimal techno-funk, and falsetto-laden vocals to create an eclectic sound which recalls the experimental electronica of Hot Chip. Produced by Mount, it includes the singles "Radio Ladio," "My Heart Rate Rapid," "Holiday," "Heartbreaker," and "A Thing for Me."
© Jon O'Brien /TiVo

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Nights Out
00:02:41

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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The End Of You Too
00:03:45

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Radio Ladio
00:03:35

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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My Heart Rate Rapid
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Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Heartbreaker
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Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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On The Motorway
00:02:36

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Side 2
00:03:31

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Holiday
00:04:16

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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A Thing For Me
00:03:30

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Back On The Motorway
00:03:56

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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On Dancefloors
00:04:45

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Nights Outro
00:03:12

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Please Me Bonus Track
00:02:39

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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The Chase
00:02:31

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Heartbreaker Discodeine Remix
00:05:15

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

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Heartbreaker Kris Menace Remix
00:05:39

Metronomy, Performer - Metronomy, Composer

2008 Because Music 2008 Because Music

Album Description

Originally a solo vehicle for British singer/songwriter Joseph Mount, Metronomy's follow-up to Pip Paine (Pay the £5000 You Owe), is the first to feature full-time band members Oscar Cash and Gabriel Stebbing. Released in 2008, Nights Out, conceived as a concept album based on an evening on the town, blends melancholic synth pop, minimal techno-funk, and falsetto-laden vocals to create an eclectic sound which recalls the experimental electronica of Hot Chip. Produced by Mount, it includes the singles "Radio Ladio," "My Heart Rate Rapid," "Holiday," "Heartbreaker," and "A Thing for Me."
© Jon O'Brien /TiVo

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