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Make Another World Studio album by Idlewild Released 5 March 2007 Recorded Sub Station, Rosyth Genre Rock Length 34:38 Label Sequel Producer Dave Eringa Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the Reception section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. AbsolutePunk.net (81%) link Allmusic link Entertainment Weekly (A-) link NME (6/10) link Kerrang! Popmatters (7/10) link Pitchfork Media (6.2/10) link Q (Mar 2007, p.112) The Skinny link Idlewild chronology Warnings/Promises (2005) Make Another World (2007) Post Electric Blues (2009) Singles from Make Another World "If It Takes You Home" Released: 2006 "No Emotion" Released: 26 February 2007 "A Ghost in the Arcade" Released: 18 June 2007 Make Another World is the fifth full-length studio album by Scottish rock band Idlewild, released on 5 March 2007 through Sequel Records. The album is the first to feature bassist Gareth Russell, following Gavin Fox's departure at the end of 2005, and is their first since leaving Parlophone. Vocalist Roddy Woomble states that the band "made a conscious decision to make a strong, loud, rock record."[1] According to guitarist Rod Jones, the album references each of the band's previous albums, and is a "summing up of the past twelve years"[2]. The album was noted for its return to Idlewild's heavier roots, while continuing to maintain a strong sense of melody as displayed on more recent albums. Q described the album as "the sound of a band re-energised."[3] The album reached #24 on the UK Album Chart, and, according to Woomble, has sold "40,000 copies, even though the record label effectively closed down just after it was released."[4] The album was performed in full on December 21, 2008, alongside their debut release, Captain, at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow. In an interview following the gig, guitarist Rod Jones stated that the album - alongside Warnings/Promises - is his favourite release, citing that he "feels that we have become better at our craft as time goes on and I feel more confident in our song-writing as time goes by."[5] Contents 1 Background and Recording 2 Artwork 3 Track listing 4 Personnel 5 External links 6 References Background and Recording The album was recorded in the band's rehearsal space in Rosyth, with Dave Eringa, producer of previous albums, 100 Broken Windows and The Remote Part. Guitarist Allan Stewart noted that: "the new songs are getting a great reception when we play them live. I think people were expecting more acoustic stuff, so the fact that it’s more upbeat surprises some people. I think people like the loud songs live, but there is still a mix on it. It is balanced – it’s pretty heavy in places!”[6] and stated that the band “wrote this record when we didn’t have a label, so there were no A&R people on the phone. We were on our own, we wrote the record and then when Sanctuary came to us it was all but done. It was nice in that way that we had so much freedom."[6] Artwork According to vocalist Roddy Woomble, the band "enlisted our tour manger (and t-shirt designer) Dominic to do the album art. Dom’s covered in tattoos and loves all the iconic, sailor Jerry, tattoo artwork, so it went along those lines, with photos of a naked girl in a Mexican wrestlers mask inside the booklet. You’d have to ask him about the symbolism, but I for one, thought it was striking and stark, like a lot of the songs."[7] Track listing All songs written by Idlewild. "In Competition for the Worst Time" - 2:43 "Everything (As It Moves)" - 3:22 "No Emotion" - 3:04 "Make Another World" - 4:06 "If It Takes You Home" - 2:07 "Future Works" - 4:16 "You and I Are Both Away" - 3:50 "A Ghost in the Arcade" - 2:48 "Once In Your Life" - 4:29 "Finished It Remains" - 3:53 B-Sides "Hidden Ways" "Lookin' for a Love" (Neil Young) Personnel Roddy Woomble - lead vocal Rod Jones - guitar, keyboards, vocals Colin Newton - drums, percussion Gareth Russell - bass Allan Stewart - guitars, vocals Inara George - vocals Mick Cooke - trumpet, French horn Tom Smith - trombone Dave Eringa - production, engineering, mixing Howie Weinberg - mastering An Evil Empire - design and photography Sub Station, Rosyth - recording studio The Strongroom, London - mixing studio Masterdisk, NYC - mastering studio External links Interview with Rod Jones - 28 June 2007 References ^ Make Another World EPK ^ Idlewild - Interview | ComfortComes ^ Idlewild: Make Another World (2007): Reviews ^ http://www.cookingvinyl.com/artist_info.php?id=187#albdesc ^ http://stereokill.net/?p=562 ^ a b Drowned in Sound - Features - ReDiScover: Idlewild ^ http://members.idlewildmusic.com/?p=127 v · d · eIdlewild Roddy Woomble • Rod Jones • Colin Newton • Allan Stewart • Gareth Russell Gavin Fox • Alex Grant • Bob Fairfoull • Jeremy Mills • Phil Scanlon Studio albums Captain • Hope Is Important • 100 Broken Windows • The Remote Part • Warnings/Promises • Make Another World • Post Electric Blues Compilations Scottish Fiction: Best of 1997–2007 • A Distant History: Rarities 1997-2007 Singles "Queen of the Troubled Teens" • "Chandelier" • "Satan Polaroid" • "A Film for the Future" • "Everyone Says You're So Fragile" • "I'm a Message" • "When I Argue I See Shapes" • "Little Discourage" • "Actually It's Darkness" • "These Wooden Ideas" • "Roseability" • "You Held the World in Your Arms" • "American English" • "Live in a Hiding Place" • "A Modern Way of Letting Go" • "Love Steals Us from Loneliness" • "I Understand It" • "El Capitan" • "As if I Hadn't Slept" (Planned single, never released) • "If It Takes You Home" • "No Emotion" • "A Ghost in the Arcade" • "Readers & Writers" • "City Hall" Related articles The Reindeer Section • Ballads of the Book • Turn