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The 10th Anniversary Edition of the bands hugely anticipated second album. Featuring a glow in the dark green vinyl with red splatters, a bonus 7” single and a Common Dreads poster.
Common Dreads is also available on black vinyl here.
Common Dreads was the bands hugely anticipated second album that cemented them as one of the most innovative and exciting bands of the late 2000s. This 10th-anniversary limited edition version consists of a green glow in the dark with red splatter vinyl which matches the cover, a bonus 7” single featuring the tracks ‘Tribalism’ and ‘Thumper’ from their 2010 compilation ‘Tribalism’ which have never been on vinyl before and a ‘Common Dreads’ poster.
Originally the album was released on vinyl but for a limited run of just 1,000 units and it has become a hugely sought after record for fans and collectors alike… Rou Reynolds, founder and lead singer of the band… "Common Dreads has been out of print on vinyl for over a decade, and to be honest we’re fed up with the constant whinging for us to do a repress. So, here it bloody well is.”
“In all seriousness, we’re really happy to be able to revisit this album. It feels quite prescient, looking back on all that’s happened in the world since. We addressed some of the same crucial global problems that increasingly plague us today. People who didn’t understand the lyrics of Take To The Skies thought that Common Dreads was our first record with political commentary when it was actually just our first with an overt political commentary. We’d love to be able to say that it’s not worth repressing this album because it’s not relevant anymore, but, sadly…"
Upon the release of ‘Common Dreads’ in June 2009, the reviews met the hype. 5/5 in Kerrang!, 9/10 in Rock Sound, 9.3/10 from Ultimate-Guitar as well as hugely positive support from others such as Metal Hammer and the BBC who said “The only complaint with Common Dreads? It's so short and sweet that when the last bars of Fanfare For The Conscious Man trickle into the distance after less than an hour, you're left desperate for more”, and The Quietus stating “'Peerless' is an overused term when referring to bands, especially ones in such a still-developing stage, but for Enter Shikari it seems entirely appropriate: Common Dreads is a rare treat indeed.”
- Common Dreads
- Step Up
- Havoc A
- No Sleep Tonight
- Gap in the Fence
- Havoc B
- The Jester
- Fanfare for the Conscious Man