Torches - Foster the People

Torches

Foster the People

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2011-05-23
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 12

  • β„— 2010, 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Helena Beat Foster the People 4:35 GBP 0.99
2
Pumped Up Kicks Foster the People 3:59 GBP 0.99
3
Call It What You Want Foster the People 4:00 GBP 0.99
4
Don't Stop (Color On the Walls Foster the People 2:56 GBP 0.99
5
Waste Foster the People 3:25 GBP 0.99
6
I Would Do Anything for You Foster the People 3:35 GBP 0.99
7
Houdini Foster the People 3:23 GBP 0.99
8
Life On the Nickel Foster the People 3:36 GBP 0.99
9
Miss You Foster the People 3:36 GBP 0.99
10
Warrant Foster the People 5:22 GBP 0.99
11
Broken Jaw Foster the People 5:36 GBP 0.99

Reviews

  • What is this

    1
    By Hahahdjdoaiaidusisosoeodisksk
    I don't get this song🎀🎹🎧 where's the piano.
  • Love

    5
    By Katie.S :3
    Have always adored this album. An absolute masterpiece.
  • It deserves 5 stars

    5
    By Grahamlovesgames
    I love it absolutely mainly because memes that's how i got into pumped up kicks!πŸƒπŸ”«πŸ‘Ÿ
  • Torches

    5
    By shacklemariner
    From a bygone age of the 60's music, what a breath of fresh air "Foster the People" were last night at Glastonbury. Well done lads and good luck for the future, well deserved.
  • Torches

    3
    By Jonfriend
    Torches is the debut album from Californian indie-electro band Foster The People. 1. Helena Beat Catchy, dubstep beat, with a very memorable chorus. 9.5/10 2. Pumped Up Kicks Easily their most popular song, it has an infectious bass, and a catchy chorus too. 9.5/10 3. Call It What You Want This song is a favourite one of mine, with its chorus and ridiculously catchy bridge too. 10/10 4. Don't Stop Heard this first on a car advert. I love both the don't stop don't stop talking to me part, and the whistling bit. Both are equally classy, easy going and catchy. 10/10 5. Waste Less catchy than the others, more deep and serious. I like the chorus a lot. It just didn't stay with me like the others did. 9/10 6. I Would Do Anything For You My favourite. It always puts me in a good mood, and makes me wanna dance. The ooh la la chorus is amazing, and the verses are poetic too. 10/10 7. Houdini Another definite fave. The verses are some of the best lyrics on the album ; eye for an eye, but and f for fight' The electro whirrey riff is great too. 10/10 8. Life On The nickel Another catchy one, the lyrics are deeper compared to the rest of the album ; " The worlds got nothing for me" . The end part of the chorus is great. 9.5/10 9. Miss You When you first hear this song, you'll find The verses are decent, quite upbeat and bouncy, whereas the chorus is toned down, sad, and ballad esque. If the whole song was like the chorus, it would be my favourite. The verses are quite predictable, and don't work well with such a abnormal chorus. 9.5/10 10. Warrant Reasonably catchy, but nothing special. The minute of choir singing is pointless, and by the time the actual song comes around, ( 2 mins!) you are quite bored. It's still a decent song, just suffers in comparison to the rest of the album. Overall, this album is one of the best I've heard in a while. I. Not usually a fan of electro music, but here, it works well wi the catchy beats. 1. I Would Do Anything For You 2. Don't Stop 3. Call It What You Want 4. Houdini 5. Pumped Up Kicks 6. Helena Beat 7. Miss You 8. Life on The Nickel 9. Waste 10. Warrant
  • Full of creativity

    5
    By Charlie&mo mush
    every track is really fun and now i just want to scribble and doodle and write and dance and sing. so great.
  • The best album I've ever heard

    5
    By alwaysattract!
    It is truly rare for such a pitch perfect selection of songs to come along on one album, this is an absolute must own for all fans of electronic/ indie pop music or fans of music in general. Torches has a song for absolutely everyone, the beats range from fast paced and energetic, to beautifully composed indie pop anthems. The lyrics are thought provoking and meaningful and open to different interpretations and will more than appeal to those just wanting to hear a great story. The album artwork also deserves a ton of credit, the album art is unique and sums up the essence of Torches brilliantly, it will forever be commonly associated with Foster the People. To say this is the best album I've heard in years would be an understatement, to say this is among the best indie pop albums ever released would be an understatement, simply put (MY OPINION ONLY) this the greatest album that I have ever heard, if you don't already own Torches then do yourself a big favour and get it bought. Sheer brilliance by Mark Foster and Co. 10/10.

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