19 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rising out of Glasgow in 2002, Franz Ferdinand helped push indie rock straight onto the dance floor with jerky post-punk moves, euphoric disco beats, and some serious art-pop swagger. Led by the charismatic Alex Kapranos—who shares a hint of Jarvis Cocker's flamboyant spark—the band can shake up a stadium with raucous dance-rock anthems like "Take Me Out" and "This Fire," ignite mojos with the sexed-up dub-punk of "Katherine Hit Me," and electrify minds with the buoyant rocker "Lucid Dreams," which melts into a sizzling slice of acid house.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rising out of Glasgow in 2002, Franz Ferdinand helped push indie rock straight onto the dance floor with jerky post-punk moves, euphoric disco beats, and some serious art-pop swagger. Led by the charismatic Alex Kapranos—who shares a hint of Jarvis Cocker's flamboyant spark—the band can shake up a stadium with raucous dance-rock anthems like "Take Me Out" and "This Fire," ignite mojos with the sexed-up dub-punk of "Katherine Hit Me," and electrify minds with the buoyant rocker "Lucid Dreams," which melts into a sizzling slice of acid house.

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