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Download links and information about Employment by The Kaiser Chiefs. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 44:06 minutes.

Artist: The Kaiser Chiefs
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 44:06
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No. Title Length
1. Everyday I Love You Less and Less 3:37
2. I Predict a Riot 3:53
3. Modern Way 4:03
4. Na Na Na Na Naa 3:00
5. You Can Have It All 4:35
6. Oh My God 3:34
7. Born to Be a Dancer 3:30
8. Saturday Night 3:26
9. What Did I Ever Give You 4:09
10. Time Honoured Tradition 2:45
11. Caroline, Yes 4:10
12. Team Mate 3:24



Those too quick to herald the demise of contemporary Brit-pop were quickly rebuffed by this 2005 debut by the lads from Leeds. And like all great rock bands, the Kaiser Chiefs are not shy about wearing their influences proudly on their sleeves, which in their case are The Jam – or, more specifically, the ‘70s-punk-savvy, pre-r&b-’80s besotted incarnation of Paul Weller’s power trio. Indeed, that sensibility virtually trumps Weller’s outfit on “I Predict a Riot,” the infectious, politically charged breakthrough single that neatly channeled the best sensibilities of ‘60s American garage bands, ‘70s UK punk and ‘90s Brit-pop in just under four minutes. Better, the hooks and bounding rhythms of the album’s balance shows the band – named after a South African football club – are hardly one-trick ponies. “Oh My God” pulses with a similar anglo-centric energy, while the nervous pop of “Na Na Na Na Naa” gives a nod to the off-kilter Sparks of Kimono My House  and Propaganda, and “Caroline, Yes” gives a loving wink to Brian Wilson and Pet Sounds.