Thieves (album)

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Thieves
Studio album by British India
Released 19 July 2008 (2008-07-19)
Recorded at Flashpoint Studios, Sydney 2008
Genre Indie rock
Length 37:01
Label Shock, Flashpoint
Producer Harry Vanda & Glenn Goldsmith
British India chronology
Guillotine
(2007)
Thieves
(2008)
Avalanche
(2010)
Singles from Thieves
  1. "I Said I'm Sorry"
    Released: 24 June 2008
  2. "God Is Dead, Meet the Kids"
    Released: 17 February 2009

Thieves is the second studio album by Australian indie rock band British India, released on 19 July 2008, but also sold early by the band at album launch parties. Thieves was also selected as Triple J's Feature Album in that month, beating both The Vines' album Melodia as well as The Living End's album White Noise. In August 2008 it was announced that Thieves was nominated for an ARIA Award for Best Independent Release.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by British India.

Thieves
No. Title Length
1. "God Is Dead (Meet the Kids)" 3:39
2. "This Dance Is Loaded" 3:10
3. "I Said I'm Sorry" 3:36
4. "Put It Right Down" 3:04
5. "Funeral for a Trend" 4:00
6. "Airport Tags" 4:05
7. "You Will Die and I Will Take Over" 3:40
8. "Mona Lisa Overdrive" 3:54
9. "Nic the Poet" 3:02
10. "The Golden Years" 4:59

Some songs are listed differently inside the booklet than they are on the back Inlay. For instance, "You Will Die and I Will Take Over" is listed as "You Will Die, I Will Take Over" and "The Golden Years" is listed as "The Golden Years (Angel Complication)" and on iTunes "God Is Dead (Meet the Kids)" is listed as "God Is Dead, Meet the Kids".

Charts[edit]

Charts (2008) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Albums Chart 5

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalogue
Australia 19 July 2007 Shock, Flashpoint CD, Digital download BI004

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