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"Streetcar" Single by Funeral for a Friend from the album Hours Recorded 30 May 2005 Genre Post-hardcore Length 3:39 Label Atlantic Writer(s) Funeral for a Friend Funeral for a Friend singles chronology "Escape Artists Never Die" (2004) "Streetcar" (2005) "Monsters" (2005) "Streetcar" was the first single released from Funeral for a Friend's second album Hours on 30 May 2005 [1]. It charted at number 15 in the UK, making it their highest charting single to date. It contains a heavy driving drum beat and backing riff, with melodic vocal work throughout and phone style effects, i.e. ringing phone dials in the intro and phone call voices in the interlude. It is one of Funeral For A Friend's most popular songs to date. References ^ "Funeral for a Friend - New Single 'Streetcar' on May 30". http://www.contactmusic.com/new/home.nsf/webpages/funeralforafriendx11x05x05. Retrieved 5 May 2010.  v · d · eFuneral for a Friend Gavin Burrough · Kris Coombs-Roberts · Matthew Davies-Kreye · Ryan Richards · Richard Boucher Gareth Ellis-Davies · Matthew Evans · Andi Morris · Johnny Phillips · Kerry Roberts · Darran Smith Studio albums Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation (2003) · Hours (2005) · Tales Don't Tell Themselves (2007) · Memory and Humanity (2008) · Welcome Home Armageddon (2011) Extended plays Between Order and Model (2002) · Four Ways to Scream Your Name (2003) · Seven Ways to Scream Your Name (2003) · The Great Wide Open (2007)  · The Young and Defenceless (2010) Splits Bullet Theory/My Dying Day (2004) Compilations Your History Is Mine: 2002–2009 (2009) Live albums Spilling Blood in 8 mm (2004) · Final Hours at Hammersmith (2006) Singles "Juneau" · "She Drove Me to Daytime Television/Bullet Theory" · "Escape Artists Never Die" · "Streetcar" · "Monsters" · "History" · "Roses for the Dead" · "Into Oblivion (Reunion)" · "Walk Away" · "The Great Wide Open" · "Waterfront Dance Club/Beneath the Burning Tree" · "Kicking and Screaming" · "Rules and Games" · "Front Row Seats To The End Of The World" · "Sixteen" Related Discography · Cardiff music scene This 2000s rock single-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e