The Kaiser Chiefs, children of Franz Ferdinand's electroclash generation, played
sprightly Brit-pop with an XTC accent
(Everyday I Love You Less and Less) and occasional punkish overtones
(I Predict A Riot)
on Employment (2005).
Despite Ruby, sophomore album
Yours Truly, Angry Mob (2007)
was the typical yawn-inspiring Brit-pop album.
Off With Their Heads (2008) marked a return to their XTC obsession
but the amount of fluff greatly exceeded the amount of tolerable music.
The sociopolitical themes only made more tedious (people don't buy rock music
to get the news).
The tracklist of
The Future Is Medieval (2011), released in the USA as
Start the Revolution Without Me (2012),
was customized by fans from a list of
20 songs. The band made its own selection from those songs for
Start the Revolution Without Me (2012), but the material was terrible
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