- Performer:The Cooper Temple Clause
- Title:Who Needs Enemies? [CD #1]
- Style:Alternative Metal,Alternative/Indie Rock,Heavy Metal,Indie Rock,Noise-Rock
- Date of release:December 7, 2004
- Size FLAC version1212 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1743 megabytes
- Size WMA version1717 megabytes
- Formats:TTA MP2 VOX MP4 DMF AC3
The Cooper Temple Clause is an English alternative rock band, formed in Wokingham, Berkshire in 1998. The band released three albums before announcing their split on 24 April 2007, following the departure of Daniel Fisher. After signing a record deal with the RCA label in 2000 and putting out several singles and EPs, their debut album See This Through and Leave was released in 2002 to great critical acclaim. Following only 19 months after See This Through And Leave, The Cooper Temple Clause released their second album Kick Up the Fire, and Let the Flames Break Loose on 8 September 2003. The album, which saw the band record for the first time at their own studios Bleak House, had a different style to it and increasingly incorporated electronic sounds into tracks. Who Needs Enemies?" (.
Inner sleeve: Who Needs Enemies? contains samples from "Walk On By, By The Time I Get To Phoenix" performed by Isaac Hayes. Courtesy of Stax Records/Fantasy, Inc. written by Bacharach/David and published by Windwept Music (London) Ltd/Universal MCA Ltd. Produced for 140dB. Jesus, You Smoke Too mixed and engineered at Bath Moles Studio's. Recorded at The Barn. All songs published by Chrysalis Music Publishing Ltd. (P) 2002 (C) 2002 Morning Records. All label copy and sleeve notes (C) 2002 Morning Records.
Brooding Literate Aggressive Earnest. The Cooper Temple Clause.
Artist-The cooper temple clause Song-Who needs enemies. This is a hard song to write and I’m sure a lot of it is wrong. The thing to do is to play it the way you here it slide up to the 15th fret and go down to the d string The key to making this tab work is to improvise, man. Verse et. 1/15-15/10- D-7/1- A- E-. x--x--x-- D-7/1- A- E-. G1/15--15/10- D-7/1- A- E
Who Needs Enemies?" is the third and final single released from The Cooper Temple Clause's debut album, See This Through and Leave. It peaked at number twenty-two on the UK Singles Chart. YouTube Encyclopedic. CD1. Who Needs Enemies? Before The Moor. CD3. Who Needs Enemies? Jesus, You Smoke Too.
Lyrics to "Who Needs Enemies?" song by The Cooper Temple Clause: My oh my, i'm seeing the potential Lets just see what we can do First we'll take you down back . .But who needs enemies When you've got friends Now your hands are tied And who needs accidents When you've got me Now i'm on your side. Now lets try and teach you how to mingle Then we'll teach you how to kill Lies will always be your best of best friends Never be alone again A killer key change Is all you'll ever need. All these animals That you call friends Now they're on their knees Man, you tricked 'em all You played the fool So damn easy to please I made my name in function rooms And drifting through the walls. Come on let me teach you. The Cooper Temple Clause Lyrics. album: "See This Through And Leave" (2002).
Music video by The Cooper Temple Clause performing Who Needs Enemies?. C) 2001 Morning Records. I prefer the grit and honesty of the album version. It's not a live version mate. They did better mixes of their songs for the videos. and sounds better to me :) 5 years назад. The Cooper Temple Clause are just another sad band that never made it but have a group of people that love them for not being mainstream (basically because they were never good enough) and thinking they are cool because they listen to something that's not in the charts. Loos like a VO5 advert.
The Cooper Temple Clause. Ainda não temos a cifra desta música. Contribua! my oh my, i'm seeing the potential lets just see what we can do first we'll take you down back to the meathouse and then you'll hold their hands again i know tricks that you could only dream of looks like it's your lucky day a killer key change is all you'll ever need. now lets try and teach you how to mingle then we'll teach you how.
CreditsThe Cooper Temple Clause - Primary Artist
|1||Who Needs Enemies?||The Cooper Temple Clause|
|2||Lapitu (Bedtime Story)||The Cooper Temple Clause|
|3||Not Quite Enough||The Cooper Temple Clause|
|4||Before the Moor||The Cooper Temple Clause|
|5||Screwdriver Song||The Cooper Temple Clause|
|6||Who Needs Enemies?||The Cooper Temple Clause|