Zeitgeist (Levellers album)

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Studio album by Levellers
Released 28 August 1995
Genre Rock, alternative rock, folk punk
Length 46:41
Label China
Producer Al Scott
Levellers chronology
Headlights, White Lines, Black Tar Rivers (Best Live)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Zeitgeist is the fourth album by the Levellers. It was released in 1995 and reached #1 in the UK album charts, making it the band's most successful album. Two singles were released from the album – "Hope St.", which reached #12 in the UK single charts, and "Fantasy", which reached 16. Additionally, a re-recorded version of "Just the One" featuring Joe Strummer was released, reaching #12, as well as a live version of "Exodus" from the later Headlights, White Lines, Black Tar Rivers (Best Live) album the next year, which reached #24.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hope St."
  2. "The Fear"
  3. "Exodus"
  4. "Maid of the River"
  5. "Saturday to Sunday"
  6. "4 a.m."
  7. "Forgotten Ground"
  8. "Fantasy"
  9. "P.C. Keen"
  10. "Just the One"
  11. "Haven't Made It"
  12. "Leave This Town"
  13. "Men-an-Tol"

The 2007 re-issue included the bonus tracks:

  1. "Miles Away"
  2. "Your 'Ouse"
  3. "Drinking for England"
  4. "Searchlights"


Preceded by
The Charlatans by The Charlatans
UK number one album
16–22 September 1995
Succeeded by
The Great Escape by Blur