Union (The Boxer Rebellion album)

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Union
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Studio album by The Boxer Rebellion
Released January 11, 2009
Recorded 2008
Genre Indie rock[1]
Length 45:15
Label Unsigned
The Boxer Rebellion chronology
Exits
(2005)
Union
(2009)
The Cold Still
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
BBC positive 2009
Daily Music Guide 3/5 stars link
Drowned In Sound 8/10 link
Q Magazine 4/5[citation needed]
Robert Christgau (dud) link

Union is the second album by The Boxer Rebellion, released worldwide on January 11, 2009, only through iTunes.

The track "Silent Movie" stops at around 4:30 leaving 39 seconds of silence at the end of the track.

The track "Semi-Automatic" featured on a Waterloo episode in 2009.

A physical release has been available since September 14 (UK) and September 11 (ROI). It is available in physical format, exclusively at HMV stores in Canada and has been so since 7 July 2009.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Flashing Red Light Means Go" 5:25
2. "Move On" 4:17
3. "Evacuate" 3:31
4. "Soviets" 4:08
5. "Spitting Fire" 2:52
6. "Misplaced" 6:13
7. "The Gospel of Goro Adachi" 3:38
8. "These Walls Are Thin" 2:32
9. "Forces" 4:04
10. "Semi-Automatic" 3:25
11. "Silent Movie" 5:11
12. "Broken Glass (US iTunes Bonus Track)" 4:47
13. "Murder Ballad (US iTunes Bonus Track)" 4:16

Charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
US Billboard 2000[2] 82

Awards[edit]

iTunes Alternative Album of (2009) [3]

References[edit]