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The Heavy - The House That Dirt Built (2009) FLAC

The Heavy - The House That Dirt Built (2009) FLAC

The Heavy are a British rock band that blend soul, funk, garage rock, and blues influences. Their third album, The House That Dirt Built, was released in 2009 and features their breakthrough hit "How You Like Me Now?" which was used in various media such as TV shows, commercials, and video games. The album showcases the band's energetic and eclectic sound, with influences ranging from James Brown to The White Stripes. The album was also released in FLAC format, which is a lossless audio codec that preserves the original quality of the recordings.

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The House That Dirt Built was recorded at various locations, including the band's own studio in Bath, England, and Toe Rag Studios in London, where they worked with producer Liam Watson, who is known for his analog approach and vintage equipment. The album features guest appearances from Terry Edwards, a multi-instrumentalist who has played with artists such as Madness, PJ Harvey, and Nick Cave; and The Dap-Kings, a renowned soul and funk band that has backed up singers such as Sharon Jones and Amy Winehouse. The album also features samples from various sources, such as old soul records, spaghetti western soundtracks, and dialogue from films and TV shows.

The album received positive reviews from critics, who praised the band's retro style and charismatic frontman Kelvin Swaby. The album reached number 19 on the UK Albums Chart and number 14 on the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart. It also won the Best Album award at the 2010 MOJO Awards. The album spawned four singles: "Oh No! Not You Again!", "Sixteen", "How You Like Me Now?", and "Short Change Hero". The latter two songs became the band's most successful singles, reaching number 37 and number 24 on the UK Singles Chart respectively. "How You Like Me Now?" also became a popular song in various media, such as the TV show Entourage, the video game Borderlands 2, and the film The Fighter.

The House That Dirt Built is a showcase of the band's diverse and dynamic sound, which combines classic soul and funk with modern rock and hip-hop elements. The album is available in FLAC format, which offers a high-quality listening experience for audiophiles and music lovers alike. The album can be downloaded or streamed from various platforms, such as [Juno Download], [Qobuz], or [Discogs].

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