|1||Am I Wry? No
Piano – Patrick Warren
Vocals [Additional] – Damon Tutunjian
Piano – Nick WattsProducer – Joshua Vocals – Becky Jarrett
|5||Behind The Drapes||3:37|
|6||Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years
Cymbal [Ride] – Rich CosteyPiano – Klaus NielsenTurntables – Tobias BertramVocals – Stina Nordenstam
|7||Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed||4:48|
|8||She Came Home For Christmas
Piano – Patrick WarrenTurntables – Tobias Bertram
Guitar [Additional] – Damon TutunjianKeyboards – Nick Watts
Piano, Keyboards – Nick WattsProducer – MewTrumpet – Bo Rande
|511023 2, 5110232000||Mew||Frengers (CD, Album)||Epic, Epic, Evil Office, Evil Office||511023 2, 5110232000||UK & Europe||2003|
|2-511023||Mew||Frengers (CD, Album)||Sony Music, Epic||2-511023||Indonesia||2003|
|MOVLP1849||Mew||Frengers (LP, 180)||Music On Vinyl, Sony Music||MOVLP1849||Netherlands||2017|
|2-511023||Mew||Frengers (CD, Album)||Sony Music, Epic||2-511023||Argentina||2003|
|CPK-3339||Mew||Frengers (CD, Album)||Sony Music Entertainment (Korea) Inc.||CPK-3339||South Korea||2004|
Mew does not play for the pay, as they are a different breed entirely of the pop rock artist. Their natural habitat does not lay on MTV and hanging on 13 year old's walls. It is in the studio, and their own minds. Mew draws much of their intensely genius influence from such bands as Radiohead, Pixies, Queen, and Modest Mouse. There are hints of Pink Floyd, and a few drops of Prince.
Frengers is the third album by Danish band Mew, released in April 2003. The title is a portmanteau of the words friend and stranger. A frenger is a person who is "not quite a friend but not quite a stranger" according to the album's accompanying booklet. Many of the tracks on the album were previously included on Mew's first two albums Half The World Is Watching Me and A Triumph For Man, both of which saw only limited release.
Frengers is Mew’s major-label debut album. It features six songs from their independent releases A Triumph for Man and Half the World is Watching Me, plus four tracks newly recorded. Frengers is a term invented by Mew to mean not quite friends but not quite strangers. Featuring Stina Nordenstam. Producers Mew. More Mew albums. Show all albums by Mew. Home.
Frengers (CD, Album). Epic Records International. EVLCD 2. Mew. Frengers (CD, Album). Playground Music Scandinavia, Evil Office.
Frengers was the album that earned Mew international commercial success after releasing two albums that by and large only made an impact in Denmark. Several of the songs on the album appeared in other versions on the first two albums by the band. Frengers is an excellent album by Mew and a gigantic step forward compared to earlier releases.
1LP. In. 4P. Frengers is the third album by Danish band Mew, originally released in 2003. The album was well received. After a European tour supporting . they began to attract wider attention. Whilst their music may be classified as indie and on occasion progressive rock, a band member previously stated "I usually say we are 'indie stadium.