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22 (album)

22
Parva
Released 14 June 2003
Recorded 2000-2003
Genre Indie
Length 43:58
Label Mantra Recordings
Producer Stevie Henderson
Parva chronology

22 (2003) Employment (2005)
Singles from 22
  1. "Heavy"
    Released: 17 September 2001
  2. "Good Bad, Right Wrong"
    Released: 5 January 2002
  3. "Hessles"
    Released: 18 May 2002
  4. "Television"
    Released: 14 August 2002

22 was the only studio album released by the Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs under their previous band name, Parva. It was released on the Mantra Recordings label, which was closed by its owner Beggars Banquet soon after. Four singles were released from the album, "Heavy", "Good Bad, Right Wrong", "Television" and "Hessles".[1] The Prince Of Wales mentioned in the lyrics of "Heavy" is a pub in Leeds. The band chose the name Parva by shortening the original band name of Runston Parva, which is a misspelling of Ruston Parva, a village in East Yorkshire.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Heavy"   2:53
2. "Good Bad Right Wrong"   3:23
3. "Couldn't Contain"   3:33
4. "TV"   4:30
5. "Don't Sweat"   4:31
6. "Country In C"   3:24
7. "God Bless America"   3:57
8. "Hessles"   2:41
9. "Scu22"   3:12
10. "Sitting On the Prince of Wales"   5:43
11. "Don't Get Me Wrong"   6:10

Note: Track 11 includes a hidden preview of the song 'Vending Machine'.

Singles

Good Bad Right Wrong
No. Title Length
1. "Good Bad Right Wrong"    
2. "Vending Machine"    
3. "1.36" (Flip Out Ninja Remix)  
4. "1.36"    
Heavy
No. Title Length
1. "Heavy"    
2. "Panic Attack"    
Hessles
No. Title Length
1. "Hessles"    
2. "Put Me On The Cover Of Your Magazine"    
3. "A.K.A."    
TV
No. Title Length
1. "TV"    
2. "Take My Wife"    

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