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Kick Up the Fire, and Let the Flames Break Loose

Kick Up the Fire, and Let the Flames Break Loose is the second album from the British based band, The Cooper Temple Clause, released on 2003-09-08.

It was released on CD and vinyl, including a limited edition with bonus DVD, a Japanese edition and an album sampler. Some CD releases of the album feature Copy Control protection.

The title is a quotation from a poem by Philip Larkin.

The album charted at #5 in the UK charts and dropped to #41 the following week. It was, however, a big success for the band.

Track listing

CD

  1. "The Same Mistakes" - 4:52
  2. "Promises, Promises" - 3:26
  3. "New Toys" - 5:26
  4. "Talking to a Brick Wall" - 5:59
  5. "Into My Arms" - 6:12
  6. "Blind Pilots" 4:01
  7. "A.I.M." - 4:58
  8. "Music Box" - 6:28
  9. "In Your Prime" - 2:14
  10. "Written Apology" - 12:40

The Japanese version includes "I Know" as a bonus song.

Bonus DVD

Bonus DVD video tracks (1-6), audio tracks (7-10):

  1. "Promises, Promises"
  2. "Making Promises, Promises"
  3. "Let's Kill Music"
  4. "Film-Maker"
  5. "Been Training Dogs"
  6. "Who Needs Enemies?"
  7. "Promises, Promises" (live)
  8. "Blind Pilots" (live)
  9. "The Same Mistakes" (live)
  10. "A.I.M." (live)

Album Sampler

  1. "The Same Mistakes"
  2. "Promises, Promises"
  3. "Blind Pilots"
  4. "New Toys"
  5. "Music Box"

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