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Biffy Clyro
MTV Unplugged (Live At Roundhouse, London)

Seemingly 20-odd years late to the party, Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro follow in the footsteps of  Nirvana, Pearl Jam and REM by recording an MTV Unplugged set, Live from The Roundhouse, London. All the classics are here in stripped back acoustic form: Machines, The Captain...view item »

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Puzzle

Puzzle is the 4th album to come from Biffy's locker. I came across them due to my sister being obsessed with them from their early days and I've become a fan since. The experimentation is there for this genre of music and the hard hitting tracks are there as well. Although it is not as heavy as previous albums there is almost, if not any, scream...view item »

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Ellipsis

Only recently recovered from the indignity of being filed under Clyro in our increasingly eccentric filing system, here is a new record from enormously popular and enormously tattooed Scottish power rock trio Biffy Clyro. The band describe the record as more of a punch in the nose than a cuddle and it continues their breed of massive complex pop...view item »

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Only Revolutions

Only Revolutions was something of a turning point for Biffy Clyro when it was released in 2009, pushing them up into the big headline-grade rock leagues. Named after a Mark Z. Danielewski novel, it’s full of big storming anthems and heavy melodic crunch. 180g vinyl reissue on the 14th Floor imprin...view item »

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Blackened Sky (Expanded Edition)

After having just released a promising EP featuring the massive anthemic "57" and the catchy alternative almost emo sounding "Justboy" Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro embark on their first Studio album with "Blackened Sky" Released during the height of the "Nu-Metal" scene, Biffy Clyro decided to go for a much grungier alternative sound, ...view item »

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Opposites

Biffy Clyro is one of those bands which continue to stretch themselves without losing touch with the sound and edge which has made them special. Opposites tends to be a bit more straight-forward than their previous albums which jumped around quite a bit. For many bands that might be a bad thing, and could come off as "one-note", but it never com...view item »

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Infinity Land: Expanded Edition

Simon Neil's vocals here range from beautiful and touching to incredibly intense, and most of the songs are laced with dark melodies, catchy beats and powerful choruses that are great to sing along with. Standout tracks to me are "Strung To Your Ribcage", "Wave Upon Wave Upon Wave", "Pause It And Turn It Up", with its haunting little traditional...view item »

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Vertigo Of Bliss

The mechanics of the songs vary on Vertigo Of Bliss, however, the intensity and drive remains consistent - each song with its own bag of tricks and multitude of hooks that will have you rewinding frequently. The music remains complex yet accessible and although catchy many parts will seem unique. This album is a little more prog-rock and "mature...view item »

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