The Freedom Spark

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The Freedom Spark
Studio album by Larrikin Love
Released 25 September 2006
Recorded 2006
Genre Indie Rock
Length 33:42
Label Infectious Records

The Freedom Spark is the sole album by Larrikin Love. It was released on 25 September 2006.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link
Drowned In Sound 8/10 stars link
Gigwise 4/5 stars link
The Guardian 2/5 stars link
NME 8/10 stars link
Virgin Media 4/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Spark"
  2. "Six Queens"
  3. "Edwould"
  4. "Downing Street Kindling"
  5. "Happy As Annie"
  6. "Meet Me By The Getaway Car"
  7. "At The Feet Of Ré"
  8. "Well, Love Does Furnish A Life"
  9. "On Sussex Downs"
  10. "Forever Untitled"
  11. "A Burning Coast"

The track "It explodes" is hidden in the pregap before the first listed track. Some releases omit the song "Forever Untitled".

iTunes bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Is It December?"
  2. "A Little Peace In My Heart"
  3. "Six Queens (Live From London Calling, Amsterdam)"

Credits[edit]

Larrikin Love[edit]

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Rob Skipper – tracks 2, 3, 5, 7 & 10
  • Patrick Wolf – tracks 7 & 9
  • Jamie T – track 8
  • Lauren Doss – co-lead vocals on track 8
  • Airhammer – track 1
  • Mark Rudland – tracks 6 & 11
  • Henry Clark – tracks 6 & 11
  • Tom Gorbutt – tracks 6 & 11
  • Ollie Cox – track 11
  • Alex Cox – track 11
  • Anna "Ma" Larkin – track 10
  • Jonny Epstein – tracks 10 & 11
  • Dan Parry – the Knife
  • Jonnie Fielding – track 7
  • Iain Gore – glass smashing
  • Gavin Scrubby – track 11

Other[edit]

  • Iain Gore – producer (all tracks), mixer (tracks 3 & 7)
  • Daniel Parry – Assistant Engineer (all tracks)
  • Tom Joyce – Assistant Engineer (tracks 8 & 11)
  • Cenzo Townsend – mixer (tracks 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 & 11)
  • Deidre O'Callaghan – back/front cover photography
  • Tom Beard – inlay photography