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You Are Being Videotaped


Download links and information about You Are Being Videotaped by Your Enemies Friends. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:15 minutes.

Artist: Your Enemies Friends
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:15
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No. Title Length
1. The One Condition 4:17
2. Back of a Taxi 2:52
3. Business French Kiss 2:15
4. How to Deconstruct 4:26
5. Unusable Signal 3:30
6. Pollution of Nonsense 3:36
7. Columnist 3:38
8. You Are Being Videotaped 5:15
9. Census 2:42
10. Excommunication List 3:08
11. The Comfort System 5:24
12. Easy Assault 6:12



Your Enemies Friends offer up a kind of post-hardcore/post-grunge-ish, high-energy guitar rock on You Are Being Videotaped; guitars are angular and distorted, basses pulse in a fuzzed tone, and drums hammer hard on the syncopation and backbeats. But, like many rock bands of the early 2000s, Your Enemies Friends sprinkle in a nice layer of keyboards on the bookends of You Are Being Videotaped. Your Enemies Friends seem to second-guess themselves in the middle of the record — almost showing that they can be varied and different and not giving in to their straight-up post-hardcore instincts, which makes for a bit of a schizophrenic listen. Though it has been said many times about many post-grunge bands, Your Enemies Friends have definitely listened to Nirvana records and/or Dave Grohl-related projects — the evidence lies in tracks like "Back of a Taxi," "Columnist," and "Unusual Signal." The mathy, metal riffage of "Excommunication List" is definitely a highlight, with its nice, quirky noise and dissonance that eventually drop into a Brit-rock Pink Floyd-ish chillout. You Are Being Videotaped is a decent record that moves all over the distorted guitar rock map, but Your Enemies Friends always seem to find their way back to their influences — which could prove an interesting tool for furthering their future releases.