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Ignore the Ignorant (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Ignore the Ignorant (Deluxe Version) by The Cribs. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:41:16 minutes.

Artist: The Cribs
Release date: 2009
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:41:16
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No. Title Length
1. We Were Aborted 3:09
2. Cheat On Me 3:24
3. We Share the Same Skies 3:15
4. City of Bugs 6:21
5. Hari Kari 3:44
6. Last Year's Snow 3:35
7. Emasculate Me 3:35
8. Ignore the Ignorant 3:18
9. Save Your Secrets 4:29
10. Nothing 3:41
11. Victim of Mass Production 4:08
12. Stick to Yr Guns 5:06
13. Girls Like Mystery (Live At the Ritz) 3:21
14. Our Bovine Public (Live At the Ritz) 2:32
15. Don't You Wanna Be Relevant? (Live At the Ritz) 3:46
16. Victim of Mass Production (Live At the Ritz) 4:04
17. Emasculate Me (Live At the Ritz) 3:43
18. I've Tried Everything (Live At the Ritz) 3:07
19. Women's Needs (Live At the Ritz) 4:10
20. Moving Pictures (Live At the Ritz) 3:04
21. Hari Kari (Live At the Ritz) 4:06
22. Another Number (Live At the Ritz) 3:09
23. Mirror Kissers (Live At the Ritz) 3:41
24. Be Safe (Live At the Ritz) 6:08
25. The Wrong Way to Be (Live At the Ritz) 5:02
26. I'm a Realist (Live At the Ritz) 3:38



The Cribs display a greater discipline and focus on Ignore the Ignorant, tempering their rough-hewn attack with strategic refinements. The obvious new element here is the presence of guitarist Johnny Marr, whose primal riffage for the Smiths continues to be a key influence on modern rock. Marr’s gritty yet cogent playing fits the Cribs’ serrated melodies quite comfortably, lending pop-laced tunes like “Hari Kari” and the album’s title number extra heft. As before, lead singer Ryan Jarman defines the band’s attitude with his aggrieved, slightly cheeky swagger and his vinegary vocal delivery gives the chronic discontent of “We Were Aborted,” “Cheat On Me” and “Victim of Mass Production” a streetwise authority. “Emasculate Me” and “Nothing” pick up the generally morose tempo of the album with bursts of early punk effervescence. Jarman releases his inner Iggy Pop on lounge-tinged tracks like “We Share the Same Skies” and “Stick to Yr Guns.” With Marr on board, the Cribs display a greater maturity while retaining the guttersnipe edge that made their earlier records so much fun.