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Future Historians
Future Historians
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Printed in full colour throughout it includes album artwork, posters, and exclusive photographs. Rou says: ‘I’m a strong believer that dissection and analysis of music or art does not - contrary to popular belief - diminish it or reduce its magic.

Dear Future Historians. is a song about direct experience, the interpretation that one perceives the experience to be/mean and the bestowing of the newfound discoveries to likeminded people. I wanted this song to be different to the rest of the album, as with Constellations on A Flash Flood of Colour before it, and Fanfare for the Conscious Man on Common Dreads before that.

Future History is the second studio album by American singer Jason Derulo, released on September 16, 2011. As the executive producer of the album, Derulo collaborated with several record producers, including DJ Frank E, The Fliptones, The Outerlimits, Emanuel Kiriakou, RedOne, Jai Marlon and frequent collaborator .

Track: Dear Future Historians. Album: The Mindsweep Artist: Enter Shikari. Standard Tuning: EADGBe Capo 2nd Fret Chords C:x32010 G:320003 Em:022000 D:x00232/xx0232 F Bm:x24432.

Future Historians: best 2 tracks. Future Historians - Did I Deny You Somehow It Is Now, 2012 04:14. Future Historians - Wrong Portrait of Self, 2014 02:26. Artist: Future Historians.

For these future students, that singular image defines what rock was. So what’s the image? Certainly, there’s one response to this hypothetical that feels immediate and sensible: the Beatles. Commercial factors will have less impact. I don’t see why rock and pop will follow any different trajectory from jazz and blues. The album’s reputation improves by simply existing: In 1985, the British publication NME classified it as the 13th‑greatest album of all time; in 1993, NME made a new list and decided it now deserved to be ranked third. This has as much to do with its transgressive identity as its musical integrity. The album is overtly transgressive (and therefore memorable), while Saturday Night Fever has been framed as a prefab totem of a facile culture (and thus forgettable).

Dear Future Historians - Enter Shikari. If you don’t think this is beautiful af, then get out of my face. I like Dear Future Historians by Enter Shikari so much as a song, but also when I look at the lyrics, I appreciate it so much more. To me, it feels like the lyrics are saying I’ve achieved nothing, I’ve never done anything amazing or spectacular or memorable, but I don’t worry about that because I love you.


1 Dogs With Teeth
2 Lost A Bet
3 Everybody Knows
4 Dark Will Disappear
5 Said The Man
6 The Martyr
7 Always On


10" vinyl comes w/ CD copy of songs inserted into sleeve.