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Kaiser Chiefs discography
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Kaiser Chiefs performing at the Festival Beauregard in 2012.

Studio albums seven
Video albums two
Music videos 21
EPs 1
Singles 19
Other appearances 2

The discography of Kaiser Chiefs, a British indie stone band, consists of seven studio albums, one extended play, thirteen singles, and i video album. Kaiser Chiefs were formed in 1997 in Leeds, England by classmates Nick Hodgson (drums), Nick Baines (keyboards) and Simon Rix (bass).[1]
The trio were subsequently joined by Andrew White (guitar) and Ricky Wilson (vocals).

The grouping’s debut anthology
Employment
was released in March 2005. Influenced by the new wave and punk rock of the belatedly 1970s,[2]
the record enjoyed success in the Great britain with sales of over 2 1000000.[3]
The anthology reached number iii on the Britain Albums Chart in 2005, then information technology reclimbed the charts a year later to reach number two and certified 5 times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[4]
[5]
It produced four singles, and was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize in 2005[6]
and nominated for “Best British Album” at the 2006 BRIT Awards.[vii]
Besides in 2005, the band released
Enjoyment, a video album composed of music videos, alive performances and interviews.

The band’south second album,
Yours Truly, Aroused Mob, was released in Feb 2007. It reached number 1 and was certified platinum in the Uk,[4]
[8]
and peaked at number 40-v in the
Billboard
200 albums nautical chart in the U.s..
Yours Truly, Angry Mob
produced four singles, two of which reached the top 20 on the UK Singles Chart.[iv]
In April 2008, the album’s pb single, “Ruby”, was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for “Virtually Performed Title of 2007–2008”.[9]
Kaiser Chiefs released their tertiary album,
Off with Their Heads, in Oct 2008. It reached number two in the UK,[4]
and produced two singles. In 2014, Kaiser Chiefs released their quaternary anthology,
Education, Education, Education & War. On 31 March 2014, information technology reached number 1 on the UK Albums Chart, marking their kickoff number 1 since
Yours Truly, Aroused Mob.

Albums

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Studio albums

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US-merely albums

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Compilation albums

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Extended plays

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Singles

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Other charting songs

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Notes

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  1. ^


    Education, Education, Education & War
    did non enter the US Billboard 200, merely peaked at number 161 on the U.s. Current Album Sales Chart.[26]

  2. ^

    “Oh My God” did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 21 on the Flemish Back Catalogue Singles chart.[32]

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    “I Predict a Riot” did not enter the Flemish region Ultratop 50, simply peaked at number 17 on the Ultratip chart.[11]

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    “Everyday I Love Y’all Less and Less” did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number nineteen on the Flemish Dorsum Catalogue Singles nautical chart.[33]

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    “You Tin can Have It All” was released as collector’south edition 7″ single[34]

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    “Everything Is Boilerplate Nowadays” did not enter the Flemish region Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 17 on the Ultratip chart.[11]

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    “Love’s Not a Competition (But I’m Winning)” was released equally collector’s edition 7″ single[34]

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    “Love’s Not a Contest (But I’grand Winning)” did non enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, only peaked at number 10 on the Ultratip chart.[eleven]

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    “Never Miss a Beat” did not enter the Wallonia Ultratop fifty, but peaked at number 18 on the Ultratip chart.[12]

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    “Never Miss a Beat” did not enter the Swiss Singles chart, only charted at number 49 on the Swiss Airplay chart.[35]

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    “Skillful Days Bad Days” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, merely peaked at number 21 on the Ultratip nautical chart.[11]

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    “Practiced Days Bad Days” did not enter the Swiss Singles nautical chart, but charted at number 63 on the Swiss Airplay chart.[36]

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    “Little Shocks” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, only peaked at number xiii on the Ultratip nautical chart.[xi]

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    “Man on Mars” did non enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 46 on the Ultratip chart.[xi]

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    “Listen to Your Head” did not enter the Wallonia Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 39 on the Ultratip nautical chart.[12]

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    “Coming Home” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number x on the Ultratip nautical chart.[11]

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    “Ruffians on Parade” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop fifty, just peaked at number 17 on the Ultratip chart.[11]

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    “Parachute” did non enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 95 on the Great britain Singles Sales Chart.[37]

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    “Parachute” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top fifty, but charted as an extra tip on the Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[11]

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    “Parachute” did not enter the Swiss Singles chart, only charted at number xc on the Swiss Airplay chart.[38]

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    “Hole in My Soul” did not enter the UK Singles Chart, simply peaked at number 97 on the Great britain Singles Sales Chart.[39]

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    “Record Collection” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Superlative l, but charted equally an extra tip on the Ultratop Bubbling Nether chart.[11]

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    “Record Collection” did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Elevation fifty, simply charted as an extra tip on the Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[12]

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    “People Know How to Dear One Another” did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Height 50, only charted as an actress tip on the Ultratop Bubbles Nether chart.[12]

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    “When All Is Quiet” did not enter the Flanders Ultratop l, merely peaked at number 50 on the Ultratip nautical chart.[11]

Video albums

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Music videos

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Year Championship Managing director(s)
2004 “Oh My God”
(Version one)
Charlie Paul[42]
“I Predict a Riot”
(Version 1)
2005 “Oh My God”
(Version 2)
“Everyday I Love You Less and Less” Tim Pope[43]
“I Predict a Riot”
(Version 2)
StyleWar[44]
“Modern Manner” Scott Lyon and Ricky Wilson[45]
2007 “Ruby” StyleWar[46]
[47]
“Everything Is Average Present”
“The Angry Mob” W.I.Z.[48]
“Beloved’s Not a Competition (But I’chiliad Winning)” Jim Canty[49]
2008 “Never Miss a Vanquish” Goodtimes[fifty]
“Good Days Bad Days” Alex Courtes[51]
2009 “Y’all Desire History” Tim Blackwell[52]
2011 “Picayune Shocks” Jamie Roberts[53]
“Man on Mars” Sara Dunlop
“Kinda Girl You Are” Dan Sully
2012 “On the Run”
“Heed to Your Caput” Mattias Erik Johansson[54]
2014 “Coming Home” James Slater[55]
[56]
[57]
“Meanwhile Up in Heaven”
“My Life”
2015 “Falling Awake” Danny North[58]
2016 “Parachute” Ed Sayers[59]
[60]
“Hole in My Soul”
2019 “Record Collection”
“People Know How to Love One Another” Rob Flowers[61]

B-sides

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Yr Vocal Featured On Notes
2008 “Acting Upward” Skilful Days Bad Days
2008 “Addicted to Drugs (Appendix i)” Good Days Bad Days
2007 “Admire You” Carmine
2007 “The Angry Mob (Paul Emanuel “Off The Streets” Mix)” The Angry Mob Limited edition seven” vinyl only. No digital version has been released.
2005 “Some other Number” Everyday I Love You Less And Less Cover of song by
The Cribs, also released on a split seven” vinyl single.
2004 “Born To Be A Dancer (Original Version)” Oh My God (Initial Release) Demo version released by Drowned in Audio. Later released on the reissue of Oh My God past B-Unique.
2005 “Brightest Star” Oh My God 7″ vinyl only. No digital version has been released.
2004 “Caroline Yes (Original Version)” Oh My God (Initial Release) Demo version released by Drowned in Sound
2014 “Coming Home (Instrumental)” Coming Home Promo CD only.
2005 “Everyday I Love You Less And Less (Boyz Noize Mix)” I Predict A Riot/Sink That Transport
2007 “Everything Is Average Nowadays” Love’s Not a Competition (But I’1000 Winning) Limited edition seven” vinyl, and promo releases but. Performed past The Little Ones.
2015 “Falling Awake (Instrumental)” Falling Awake Promo CD merely.
2007 “From the Neck Downwardly” Blood-red Likewise included on the US edition of “Yours Truly, Angry Mob”
2008 “Good Days Bad Days (Calvin Harris Remix)” Skilful Days Bad Days Digital download only.
2005 “Hard Times Transport Me” Oh My God Later included on the “Oh My God”” European EP. Also included on “Lap of Honour EP” in Nippon.
2008 “How Practice You lot Feel About That?” Never Miss A Beat
2007 “I Like To Fight” Everything Is Boilerplate Present Likewise included on the U.s. edition of “Yours Truly, Angry Mob”
2005 “It Ain’t Like shooting fish in a barrel (Demo)” Mod Fashion
2005 “Less Is More than” I Predict A Riot/Sink That Ship
2005 “The Letter Song” Everyday I Love You Less And Less seven” vinyl only. No digital version has been released.
2014 “Meanwhile Up in Heaven (Instrumental)” Meanwhile Upwards in Sky Promo CD only.
2005 “Moon” Modern Fashion
2014 “My Life (Instrumental)” My Life Promo CD but.
2006 “Na Na Na Na Naa (Polysics Remix)” Lap of Laurels
2008 “Never Miss A Beat (Run Hide Survive Mix)” Never Miss A Beat Digital download only.
2005 “Non Surprised” Everyday I Love You Less And Less Likewise included on “Lap of Award EP” in Japan.
2004 “Oh My God (Original Version)” Oh My God (Initial Release) Demo version released by Drowned in Sound
2007 “Out of My Depth” Everything Is Average Nowadays
2005 “People Need Light” Modernistic Way
2005 “Run Again” Modern Way 7″ vinyl just. No digital version has been released.
2005 “Seventeen Cups” Everyday I Honey You Less And Less Too included on “Lap of Honour EP” in Nihon.
2005 “Sink That Ship” I Predict A Riot/Sink That Send As well included on “Lap of Honor EP” in Japan.
2008 “Sooner or Later” Never Miss A Beat out
2007 “Telling Me To Go” The Angry Mob
2005 “Call up About Yous (And I Like It)” Oh My God Later included on the “Oh My God”” European EP. Also included on “Lap of Honour EP” in Japan.
2004 “Take My Temperature” I Predict A Riot Later on included on the “Oh My God”” European EP. Also included on the Japanese edition of Employment.
2004 “Wrecking Ball” I Predict A Riot Later included on the “Oh My God”” European EP. As well included on the Japanese edition of Employment.
2005 “You Can Have It All (Calorie-free Orchestral)” Modern Way vii” vinyl only. Only released digitally as a cd promo.

Other appearances

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These songs take not appeared on a studio album released by Kaiser Chiefs.

Year Vocal Album Notes
2005 “I Heard Information technology Through the Grapevine” Help!: A Day in the Life Originally recorded past Smokey Robinson & the Miracles[62]
2007 “Flowers in the Pelting” Radio 1 Established 1967 Originally recorded by The Move[63]
2007 “Getting Better” N/A In 2007, Kaiser Chiefs re-recorded The Beatles song for ‘It Was 40 Years Ago Today’, a BBC television film with contemporary acts recording songs from ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Alone Hearts Gild Band’ using the aforementioned studio, technicians and recording techniques as the original.[64]
2012 “Pinball Wizard” A Symphony of British Music Originally recorded by The Who. Recording and performed during the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

References

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General
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    Kolan, Patrick. “The British Are Coming…Introducing the Kaiser Chiefs”. AskMen.com. Retrieved 17 June 2008.

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    Phares, Heather. “Employment > Review”. AllMusic. Retrieved 14 September 2007.

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    Sherwin, Adam. “It’s helm 5 Kaiser Chiefs in the battle of music’s biggest guns”.
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    “British platinum certification for
    Employment” Archived 6 February 2013 at WebCite. British Phonographic Industry. 17 Feb 2006. Retrieved 2 September 2007.

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    “Antony and Johnsons win Mercury”. BBC. vii September 2005. Retrieved fourteen September 2007.

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    “Brit Awards 2006: The winners”. BBC. 15 February 2006. Retrieved 18 June 2008.

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    “British platinum certification for
    Yours Truly, Aroused Mob“. British Phonographic Industry. 23 March 2007. Retrieved ii September 2007.

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    “Full listing of nominees for the Ivor Novello awards 2008”.
    The Guardian. 21 April 2008. Retrieved 9 October 2008.
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    “ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 2006 Albums”. Australian Recording Industry Clan. Retrieved 7 January 2009.

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    “IFPI Platinum Europe Awards 2006” Archived half dozen May 2012 at WebCite. International Federation of the Phonographic Manufacture. Retrieved two September 2007.
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    Hasty, Katie. “McGraw Leads 7 Tiptop 10 Debuts Onto Billboard 200”.
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    “Kaiser Chiefs – Chart History: Heatseekers Albums”.
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    “Discography: Singles & EPs”. AllMusic. Macrovision Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2008.

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    Peak nautical chart positions in the United Kingdom:

    • “Honey’s Not a Competition (But I’grand Winning)” and “Good Days Bad Days”: “Nautical chart Stats: Kaiser Chiefs”. OfficialCharts.com. Retrieved 14 July 2011.
    • “Little Shocks”:
      “CHART LOG UK: NEW ENTRIES UPDATE”. zobbel.de. ix July 2011. Retrieved
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    “Kaiser Chiefs Nautical chart History: Euro Digital Vocal Sales”.
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    Peaks in Scotland:

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      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Visitor. Retrieved
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    • For “I Predict a Riot”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Meridian 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      18 June
      2021
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    • For “Modern Way”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Nautical chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      eighteen June
      2021
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    • For “Ruby”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      xviii June
      2021
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    • For “Everything Is Average Present”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      eighteen June
      2021
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    • For “The Angry Mob”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      18 June
      2021
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    • For “Never Miss a Beat”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      xviii June
      2021
      .

    • For “Practiced Days Bad Days”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Top 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      18 June
      2021
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    • For “Coming Home”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Superlative 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      xviii June
      2021
      .

    • For “Parachute”:
      “Official Scottish Singles Chart Superlative 100”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved
      18 June
      2021
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    • For “Hole In My Soul”:
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      18 June
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    “Billboard Creative person Nautical chart History: Singles”.
    Billboard. Retrieved 14 July 2011.

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    “ultratop.exist – Kaiser Chiefs – Oh My God”. ultratop.be. Retrieved
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    “ultratop.be – Kaiser Chiefs – Everyday I Beloved You Less And Less”. ultratop.be. Retrieved
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    “Official Singles Sales Chart Summit 100 – 5 August 2016”.
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    “Schweizer Airplay Charts 25/2016 – hitparade.ch”. hitparade.ch. Retrieved
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    “Official Singles Sales Chart Top 100 – 14 October 2016”.
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    “Kaiser Chiefs announce new anthology ‘Duck’, share rail ‘Tape Collection’“.
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    • For “Sink That Ship”:
      “Sink That Ship by Kaiser Chiefs”.
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    “I Predict a Anarchism” (CD single liner notes). B-Unique Records. August 2005.

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    “Modernistic Way” (CD single liner notes). B-Unique Records. November 2005.

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    “”Cherry” Music Video”. MTV. Retrieved ix Oct 2008.

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    “Everything Is Boilerplate Nowadays” (CD unmarried liner notes). B-Unique Records. May 2007.

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    Knight, David. “Jim gets his big one out for the Kaisers…” Archived 1 Dec 2007 at the Wayback Machine . PromoNews.goggle box. fourteen November 2007. Retrieved nine October 2008.

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    Knight, David. “The Kaiser Chiefs’ Never Miss A Beat past Goodtimes” Archived xxx April 2010 at the Wayback Machine . PromoNews.tv. 4 September 2008. Retrieved half dozen October 2008.

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    “Video & Unmarried – “Skillful Days Bad Days””. KaiserChiefs.co.uk. 31 October 2008. Retrieved 2 November 2008.

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    “Kaiser Chiefs’ Little Shocks by Jamie Roberts”. Promo News. iii June 2011.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs ‘Listen To Your Caput’ by Mattias Erik Johansson”. Promo News. 26 April 2012.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs ‘Coming Dwelling house’ by James Slater”. Promo News. 25 February 2014.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs “Meanwhile Up in Heaven” (James Slater, dir.)”. VideoStatic. 28 May 2014.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs ‘MY LIFE’ Directed past James Slater on Vimeo”. Archived from the original on 24 July 2018. Retrieved
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    “Kaiser Chiefs unveil ‘Falling Awake’ – the starting time song from their new album – NME”. nine March 2015.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs ‘Parachute’ by Ed Sayers”. Promo News. 21 June 2016.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs ‘Hole in My Soul’ by Ed Sayers”. Promo News. 30 August 2016.


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    “Kaiser Chiefs video for PKHTLOA”. fifteen July 2019. Archived from the original on 21 Dec 2021.


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    “Assist: A Mean solar day In The Life”. War Child Music. 9 September 2005. Retrieved 9 June 2008.

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    “Radio 1’s new covers’ album”. BBC. Retrieved 9 June 2008.

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    “BBC Programmes website”. BBC. Retrieved 3 November 2008.

External links

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  • Official website
  • Kaiser Chiefs at AllMusic




Sumber: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiser_Chiefs_discography

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