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Freedom - Vinyl (Translucent Blue) Vinyl

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Refused Freedom - Vinyl (Translucent Blue)

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DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND, WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A 2ND PRESSING OF FREEDOM ON BLUE VINYL!

Refused - Freedom LP (Translucent Blue) PLEASE NOTE - Final color of the vinyl may vary slightly from what is shown.

- This color is limited to 1,500 copies. - Comes with a download card.

Here comes Freedom, the first Refused album in almost 20 years on Epitaph/Burning Heart. Freedom explodes out of the speakers with opening track ''Elektra,'' as Dennis Lyxzen�s throat-shredding declaration that ''nothing has changed'' catapults Refused into the 21st century. If Shape blasted apart the constraints of the punk and hardcore worlds with which Refused had long been associated, Freedom goes a step further by incorporating the wide-ranging influences that have shaped each band members� personal tastes.

Produced by Nick Launay (Gang Of Four, Public Image Ltd., Nick Cave, Arcade Fire) with additional work by fellow Swede and longtime Refused fan Shellback, Freedom is not just a follow-up to Shape, but a living breathing snapshot of a band, alive, now. ''It�s not a reunion anymore,'' Lyxzen insists. ''This is one of the most radical things we�ve ever done, both musically and lyrically.''

Track Listing:

Elektra
Old Friends / New War
Dawkins Christ
Fran�afrique
Thought Is Blood
War On The Palaces
Destroy The Man
366
Servants Of Death
Useless Europeans
Refused Freedom - Vinyl (Translucent Blue)

Additional Information
DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND, WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A 2ND PRESSING OF FREEDOM ON BLUE VINYL!

Refused - Freedom LP (Translucent Blue) PLEASE NOTE - Final color of the vinyl may vary slightly from what is shown.

- This color is limited to 1,500 copies. - Comes with a download card.

Here comes Freedom, the first Refused album in almost 20 years on Epitaph/Burning Heart. Freedom explodes out of the speakers with opening track ''Elektra,'' as Dennis Lyxzen�s throat-shredding declaration that ''nothing has changed'' catapults Refused into the 21st century. If Shape blasted apart the constraints of the punk and hardcore worlds with which Refused had long been associated, Freedom goes a step further by incorporating the wide-ranging influences that have shaped each band members� personal tastes.

Produced by Nick Launay (Gang Of Four, Public Image Ltd., Nick Cave, Arcade Fire) with additional work by fellow Swede and longtime Refused fan Shellback, Freedom is not just a follow-up to Shape, but a living breathing snapshot of a band, alive, now. ''It�s not a reunion anymore,'' Lyxzen insists. ''This is one of the most radical things we�ve ever done, both musically and lyrically.''

Track Listing:

Elektra
Old Friends / New War
Dawkins Christ
Fran�afrique
Thought Is Blood
War On The Palaces
Destroy The Man
366
Servants Of Death
Useless Europeans

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