Songs for Polarbears is the debut album by the indie rock group Snow Patrol, released on 31 August 1998 in the UK and 12 October in the US. The album charted at in the UK and did not sell well upon its initial release. However, its re-release eventually went Gold in the UK. The band was listening to a diverse range of music at the time, with majority of it being American rock like Pixies, Soundgarden and Dinosaur J. .
Songs for Polarbears is the debut album by the indie rock group Snow Patrol, released on 31 August 1998 in the UK and 12 October in the US.Other acts included My Bloody Valentine and Super Furry Animals' first album Fuzzy Logic
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Songs for Polarbears is an impressive piece of work, made doubly so when it's considered that this is only a debut. This fact is easily forgotten while wandering through the sheer breadth of mature songwriting featured on this album, to the tune of 19 full-length songs. Snow Patrol craft very British, very smooth, very coherent guitar-based music which runs the gamut from slow, serene melodies to token sentimental ballads to "please, kind sir, don't give me a wedgie" driving rock. No song has been as overtly British as the ironically titled "NYC" in some time
All of the songs highlight the band's earnest approach to songwriting. Over-indulgent song titles like "One Hundred Things You Should Have Done in Bed" and "When You're Right You're Right (Darth Vader Bringing in His Washing Mix)" are examples of the band's unabashedly quirky approach to music
Songs For Polarbears. By: Snow Patrol (1998, Rock). More albums from Snow Patrol: Wildness by Snow Patrol. Eyes Open by Snow Patrol. When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up by Snow Patrol. Final Straw by Snow Patrol. View all albums . Songs For Polarbears. 1. Downhill From Here.
Songs for Polarbears is the debut album by the indie rock group Snow Patrol, released on August 31, 1998. All lyrics were written by Gary Lightbody, and all music composed by Gary Lightbody, Mark McClelland and Jonny Quinn. The album title is a reference to the band's original name, "Polar Bear", which was changed early on to "Snow Patrol", due to an American band also named Polar Bear, who took exception.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Originally released in 1998, Songs For Polarbears introduced the world to this extremely talented band who would dominate the UK and European charts over the following decade. Led by guitarist/vocalist and songwriter Gary Lightbody, Snow Patrol had all the right pieces in place by the time they released their debut album but it took a few years for the rest of the world to catch on. The band continues to go from strength to strength with every release