The 747s

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The 747s were an indie band, from Liverpool, England. Their debut album Zampano was released in September, 2006.

The band supported The Raconteurs on their first UK tour in 2006. Other bands they supported in 2006 include The Strokes and The Thrills

Singer Oisin Leech appears on Arctic Monkeys' cover of Barbara Lewis's "Baby I'm Yours", sharing lead vocals with Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner. The song was released as a b-side on Arctic Monkeys' 2006 single "Leave Before the Lights Come On".

The band split and the lead singer, Oisin Leech, is part of duo The Lost Brothers with former guitarist of The Basement, Mark McCausland.

Members[edit]

  • Oisin Leech - Lead vocals, Rhythm guitar
  • Ned Crowther – Bass guitar
  • Massimo Signorelli – Drums
  • Freddie Stitz – Lead guitar

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Night & Day" (5 June 2006) UK #143
  • "Death of a Star" (18 September 2006) UK #159

Albums[edit]

Zampano
Studio album by The 747s
Released September 25, 2006
Genre Indie

Track listing[edit]

  1. Night & Day
  2. Missed That Sun
  3. Rainkiss
  4. Leave Your Job Today!
  5. Zampano
  6. Miles Away
  7. Nature's Alibi
  8. Into the Shadow
  9. Anxiety
  10. Death of a Star
  11. The Return
  12. Goodbye for a While
  13. October Air (Bonus tracks)
  14. Green & Blue (Bonus tracks)