Two More Years

"Two More Years"
Two More Years EP
Released 3 October 2005
Format CD, 7" vinyl
Recorded 2005
Genre Indie rock
Length 4:28
Label Wichita
Producer Paul Epworth
Bloc Party singles chronology

"Pioneers"
(2005)
"Two More Years"
(2005)
"The Prayer"
(2007)

Silent Alarm (re-release) track listing
  1. "Like Eating Glass"
  2. "Helicopter"
  3. "Positive Tension"
  4. "Banquet"
  5. "Blue Light"
  6. "She's Hearing Voices"
  7. "This Modern Love"
  8. "Pioneers"
  9. "Price of Gas"
  10. "So Here We Are"
  11. "Luno"
  12. "Plans"
  13. "Compliments"
  14. "Little Thoughts"
  15. "Two More Years"

"Two More Years" is a single by Bloc Party. It charted at number 7 in the UK Singles Chart making it the second of the bands top 10 hits.

Track listing

All lyrics by Kele Okereke (except where noted). All music composed by Bloc Party (Kele Okereke, Russell Lissack, Gordon Moakes & Matt Tong).

7": Wichita / WEBB095S (UK)

  1. "Two More Years"
  2. "Hero"

The UK 7" was pressed onto green vinyl.

CD: Wichita / WEBB95SCD (UK)

  1. "Two More Years" (4:28)
  2. "Banquet" (The Streets Mix) (3:47) (lyrics by Mike Skinner & Kele Okereke)

CD: Wichita / WEBB95SCDX (UK)

  1. "Two More Years" (4:28)
  2. "Hero" (4:08)
  3. "Two More Years" (video)
  4. "Banquet" (The Streets Mix - video) (lyrics by Mike Skinner & Kele Okereke)

Charts

Charts (2005) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 7

Other appearances

External links


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