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'''''England Keep My Bones''''' is the fourth studio album by [[Frank Turner]]. It was published to CD on 2011-06-06 and features a collection of folk songs, some [[folk music|traditional]], others more [[folk rock|rock]] or [[folk punk|punk]]. The songs deal with topics like rebellion, [[atheism]], and nostalgia and love of England.
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'''''England Keep My Bones''''' is the fourth studio album by [[Frank Turner]]. It was published to CD on 2011-06-06 and features a collection of folk songs, some [[folk music|traditional]], others more [[folk rock|rock]] or [[folk punk|punk]]. The songs deal with topics like rebellion, [[atheism]], and nostalgia and love of England. Those who pre-ordered the album online had access to the ''England Keep My Bones'' EP which included the album version and demo version of ''[[Peggy Sang the Blues]]'', ''[[I Still Believe]]'', and ''[[I Am Disappeared]]''.
  
 
I learned about Frank Turner while searching for anti-religious songs for a lecture I was giving on secular music. I came across a live video of the song ''[[Glory Hallelujah]]'' and liked enough to seek out more from the artist. This was the most recently released album, so I downloaded it, enjoyed it, and finally bought it.
 
I learned about Frank Turner while searching for anti-religious songs for a lecture I was giving on secular music. I came across a live video of the song ''[[Glory Hallelujah]]'' and liked enough to seek out more from the artist. This was the most recently released album, so I downloaded it, enjoyed it, and finally bought it.

Revision as of 22:28, 13 February 2020

Album cover.

England Keep My Bones is the fourth studio album by Frank Turner. It was published to CD on 2011-06-06 and features a collection of folk songs, some traditional, others more rock or punk. The songs deal with topics like rebellion, atheism, and nostalgia and love of England. Those who pre-ordered the album online had access to the England Keep My Bones EP which included the album version and demo version of Peggy Sang the Blues, I Still Believe, and I Am Disappeared.

I learned about Frank Turner while searching for anti-religious songs for a lecture I was giving on secular music. I came across a live video of the song Glory Hallelujah and liked enough to seek out more from the artist. This was the most recently released album, so I downloaded it, enjoyed it, and finally bought it.

Status

I own this album on CD.

Track Listing

All songs sung by Frank Turner.

Track Title Composer
01 Eulogy Frank Turner
02 Peggy Sang the Blues Frank Turner
03 I Still Believe Frank Turner
04 Rivers Frank Turner
05 I Am Disappeared Frank Turner
06 English Curse Frank Turner
07 One Foot Before the Other Frank Turner
08 If Ever I Stray Frank Turner, Nigel Powell
09 Wessex Boy Frank Turner, Nigel Powell
10 Nights Become Days Frank Turner
11 Redemption Frank Turner
12 Glory Hallelujah Frank Turner

Song Rank

This is the order in which I enjoy the songs from this album, and their individual song ratings. I still need to re-listen to some of the tracks to better rank them.

Order Title Stars
1 Glory Hallelujah 9
2 One Foot Before the Other 8
3 Wessex Boy 7
5 If Ever I Stray 7
4 Eulogy 7
6 Rivers 6
7 English Curse 1
8 Peggy Sang the Blues 0
9 I Still Believe 0
10 I Am Disappeared 0
11 Nights Become Days 0
12 Redemption 0

The album's total score is 609.

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