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Franz Ferdinand Fires Backnew

As matches made in heaven go, Franz Ferdinand and Green Day are nowhere near the top of the list.
The Georgia Straight  |  Mike Usinger  |  09-04-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Mild Experimentation: 'Tonight: Franz Ferdinand'new

With this release, Franz Ferdinand takes an interesting path to bridge the chasm between the fans they quickly garnered and their relevancy in a constantly amnesiac music scene.
Tucson Weekly  |  Michael Petitti  |  02-05-2009  |  Reviews

'Tonight: Franz Ferdinand'new

The Scottish quartet don’t tinker with the formula too drastically on Tonight: Franz Ferdinand. Good thinking.
OC Weekly  |  Albert Ching  |  02-03-2009  |  Reviews

Pop Rocksnew

In 2005, pop music was rock music. Even the biggest top-40 starlets liked their guitars cranked up to a sassy 11. Here are the shiniest and catchiest of 2005's snap and fizz.
Dallas Observer  |  Annie Zaleski  |  12-29-2005  |  Reviews

You Could Have It So Much Better

Whether you think their sound is genius, a guilty pleasure, or junk, the boys from Glasgow throw all they've got into it, and it's tough not to appreciate their dedication.
Washington City Paper  |  Anne Marson  |  10-14-2005  |  Reviews

Fortunate Sonsnew

Franz Ferdinand are this year's Franz Ferdinand.
Boston Phoenix  |  Scott Frampton  |  10-03-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

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