Anxiety Replacement Therapy

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Anxiety Replacement Therapy

Anxiety Replacement Therapy

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The Lottery Winners talk new album Anxiety Replacement Therapy with Shaun Ryder, Boy George and Frank Turner". As well as recreating how it feels when your brain is determined to implode in self-sabotage, Worry also purges and blasts out any lurking brain crud with its force, as does track two, Burning House. Money, Let Me Down and Letter To Myself showcase the band’s collaborative desire, with Sean Ryder, Boy George and Frank Turner (who previously sang on Start Again) appearing respectively.

Apart from a shared geographical heritage, The Lottery Winners also embody the unapologetic joie de vivre that The Happy Mondays possessed (with less of the evident dysfunction).Anxiety Replacement Therapy kicks off with a mystery narrator (sounding very much like Stephen Fry, but DFS did manage to get a passable Stuart Maconie soundalike a few years ago…), who gives us three meditative interludes. Anxiety Replacement Therapy was placed at number one on the midweek UK Albums Chart dated 1 May 2023, a position it kept over the week, making it the band's first top 10 and number one album.

Green concluded that while "the album is redolent of the lad rock of Hard-Fi and the blissed out pop of Blossoms", its tracks "are delivered with enough energy and passion to make them worth your time". A mammoth step forward, ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and three interludes from a mystery narrator). A mammoth step forward, Anxiety Replacement Therapy is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and three interludes from a mystery narrator). Everyone knows what their ‘feelgood’ music is, that they have when they’re in a party mood, but we all have our ‘feelbetter’ tracks that are guaranteed to turn life back into something that feels more like truly living. Online since 2010 it is one of the fastest-growing and most respected music-related publications on the net.Scratch the surface, however, and there’s a world of empowerment and defiance, tackling subjects such as austerity, as well as of course, anxiety, mental health and its medications, and ADHD.

Let Me Down, despite, its title, is uplifting and stares at insecurity head-on, as if telling it that it’s time to wind its neck in. It helps that these messages come wrapped with some of the best choruses you’re likely to hear all year.

When you’re weary, feeling small, when tears are in your eyes… try some Anxiety Replacement Therapy.

Seeking and finding “a whole universe for you to exist” becomes a shared motivational goal by the end of the song. album came in, though The Lottery Winners' album sold more in one week, registering 22,209 sales, a total which was more than all their other album's sales combined.

The album was released in 25 different formats, including 12 different CD versions, six vinyl LPs and five cassettes, which was not as many as the 32 formats that The Reytons' What's Rock and Roll?



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