The Darkness ¦ Permission To Land

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Permission to Land is the debut studio album by the British glam rock band The Darkness, released on 7 July 2003 in the UK and 16 September 2003 in the US. The album topped the UK Albums Chart[1] and reached number thirty-six on the American Billboard 200 chart.[2] Five singles were released from Permission to Land: "Get Your Hands off My Woman", "Growing on Me", "I Believe in a Thing Called Love", "Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End)" (which only appears on the German Christmas edition), and "Love Is Only a Feeling". "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" was the most successful, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart.[1]

History

The band was renowned for their live shows from very early on, and such was the popularity of the band, they had a Carling Homecoming gig booked for the London Astoria before they had even signed a record deal. Joe Taylor, Aled Jones and Paul Scaife at The Tip Sheet, a weekly magazine and CD insert for UK music industry insiders, first heard about the band through a post on The Tip Sheet message board, and featured "Love Is Only a Feeling" in January 2002. Record of the Day featured the song again around the time of SXSW in March 2003. "Friday Night" was to be featured next, but they were told the band was saving it for an album.[3]

According to A&R man Nick Raphael in an interview with HitQuarters, there was no initial clamour to sign the band, "There couldn't have been less of a buzz, and only two record labels showed any interest in them."[4] He believes the reason for lack of interest was that "The business as a whole thought they were uncool. In fact, people were saying that they were a joke and that they weren't real."[4] As part of Sony Music UK, Raphael had attempted to sign them but the band instead opted to go with Atlantic Records.[4]

Permission to Land went straight up to number two on the UK Albums Chart upon its release on 7 July 2003, before going to number one and staying there for four weeks, eventually going on to sell over 1.4 million copies in the UK alone.[5]

In October 2023, a deluxe edition named "Permission to Land… Again" was released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album. This edition includes B-sides, unreleased demos, and live tracks.[6]

Recording

The band took inspiration for some of their work from the local north Suffolk area surrounding their home town, Lowestoft, including "Black Shuck", based on the legend of a dog which supposedly haunts the church of the nearby village of Blythburgh. "Stuck in a Rut" also mentions a set of roads known as the "Barnby Bends", and the "Acle Straight", both of which are prominent routes between Lowestoft and Beccles and Norwich and Great Yarmouth respectively. The band recorded an interview for MTV Japan, which discusses the inspiration behind these songs, as well as featuring self-filmed footage of their home town. This features on a bonus DVD included with the Japanese deluxe edition of the album.

Both brothers, Justin and Dan Hawkins used Gibson Les Paul Standard guitars for recording of the album with Justin plugged into an old, early version of the Mesa Boogie Rectifier and Dan into a Marshall plexi. Reports also that a THD Univalve was used in the recording.

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic79/100[7]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[8]
Blender[9]
Entertainment WeeklyD[10]
The Guardian[11]
Mojo[12]
NME7/10[13]
Pitchfork8.4/10[14]
Q[15]
Rolling Stone[16]
Uncut[17]

The album received widespread acclaim by critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album earned an average score of 79, based on 19 reviews.[7]

"Permission to Land will never be the album that The Darkness think it is," decided Classic Rock, "but, taken in the spirit that it is offered, it's certainly more fun than Use Your Illusion."[6] In July 2019, Decibel Magazine inducted Permission to Land into their Hall of Fame, stating that the album "that came to define hard rock in the early aughts sounds nothing like anything else that was released in 2003 – or the previous decade, for that matter".[18]

Awards and accolades

Justin Hawkins at Finland, Ankkarock

The success of this album led to heavy touring for the band, including European portions of Metallica's Summer Sanitarium Tour 2003. They then went on to headline the Carling Festival in 2004. The band won three BRIT Awards in 2004 in response to the album, Best Group, Best Rock Group and Best Album. They also won two Kerrang! awards in 2004 for Best Live Act and Best British Band. The third single from the album, "I Believe in a Thing Called Love", was a substantial hit in the UK as was their tilt at the Christmas 2003 number 1, "Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End)", which only just fell short, both singles reaching No.2 in 2003.[19][20]

In addition to its chart success, Permission to Land also provided the Darkness with two high-profile music awards; Best Rock Album at the 2003 Kerrang! Awards[21] and Best British Album at the 2004 BRIT Awards (at which they also won the awards for Best British Group and Best British Rock Act).[22] Permission to Land was voted 49th in the 50 Greatest Albums of the 21st Century in Kerrang!. Permission to Land was later referenced in the song "Whichever Way You Wanna Give It" by lead singer Justin Hawkins' other band Hot Leg. In 2005, the album was ranked number 356 in Rock Hard magazine's book The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time.[23] The album was also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[24] In 2016, Metal Hammer ranked Permission to Land sixty-third in their list of the 100 Greatest Albums of the 21st Century, calling it 'one of the greatest debut albums of all time'.[25]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Justin Hawkins, Dan Hawkins, Frankie Poullain and Ed Graham

Standard edition
No.TitleLength
1."Black Shuck"3:20
2."Get Your Hands off My Woman"2:46
3."Growing on Me"3:29
4."I Believe in a Thing Called Love"3:36
5."Love Is Only a Feeling"4:19
6."Givin' Up"3:34
7."Stuck in a Rut"3:17
8."Friday Night"2:56
9."Love on the Rocks with No Ice"5:56
10."Holding My Own"4:56
European Christmas edition bonus track
No.TitleLength
11."Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End)"3:42
Japanese deluxe edition bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
11."The Best of Me"3:31
12."Makin' Out"3:42
Japanese deluxe edition bonus DVD
No.TitleLength
1."History of the Darkness" (Documentary)20:00
2."Get Your Hands Off My Woman" (Live at the Astoria)4:34
3."I Believe in a Thing Called Love" (Live at Knebworth)3:52
B-sides
No.TitleAppearance(s)Length
1."The Best of Me"B-side to "Get Your Hands off My Woman"3:31
2."How Dare You Call This Love?"B-side to "Growing on Me"3:53
3."Bareback"B-side to "Growing on Me"3:07
4."Makin' Out"B-side to "I Believe in a Thing Called Love"3:42
5."Physical Sex"B-side to "I Believe in a Thing Called Love"3:34
6."Out of My Hands"B-side to "I Believe in a Thing Called Love"3:34
7."I Love You 5 Times"B-side to "Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End)"3:43
8."Planning Permission"B-side to "Love Is Only a Feeling"2:30
9."Curse of the Tollund Man"B-side to "Love Is Only a Feeling"3:09
10."I Had a Dream"unreleased outtake2:53
11."I Need You"unreleased outtake3:57

Personnel

Charts

Certifications

Certifications for Permission to Land
RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[52]Platinum70,000^
Canada (Music Canada)[53]Platinum100,000^
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[54]Gold20,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[55]Platinum15,000^
Sweden (GLF)[56]Gold30,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[57]4× Platinum1,404,909[5]
United States (RIAA)[59]Gold710,000[58]
Summaries
Europe (IFPI)[60]Platinum1,000,000*

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von The Darkness die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Motorheart ¦ Permission To Land

The Darkness auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

The Darkness ist eine britische Rockband aus Lowestoft in der englischen Grafschaft Suffolk. Die Band wurde im Jahre 2000 gegründet und drei Jahre später mit ihrem Debütalbum Permission to Land bekannt.

Stil

Die Kleidung der Band orientiert sich am Glam Rock. Sänger Justin Hawkins tritt in Spandex-Anzügen mit Ausschnitten bis zum Bauchnabel auf. Die Musik der Band lässt sich als eine Mischung aus Hard Rock und Glam Rock bezeichnen.

Einflüsse der Band sind AC/DC, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Van Halen, und Aerosmith. Das Auftreten und Gesangsverhalten von Justin Hawkins ist einerseits mit dem von Freddie Mercury, dem Sänger von Queen, zu vergleichen, sein Gesang erinnert andererseits aber auch an Robert Smith von The Cure. Besonders auffällig ist seine Falsett-Stimme (Kopfstimme), die er häufig als Stilmittel einsetzt.

Justin und Dan Hawkins benutzen beide Les-Paul-Gitarren der Marke Gibson, die sie über Marshall spielen.

Geschichte

Dan Hawkins gründete die Band im Jahre 2000 mit dem Bassisten Frankie Poullain, den er in London kennengelernt hatte. Als Schlagzeuger stieß Ed Graham, ein alter Schulfreund Dans, aus Lowestoft hinzu. Allerdings fehlte noch ein Sänger. Als Dan Hawkins dann zum Jahrtausendwechsel zurück in Norfolk war, fand er dort seinen Bruder Justin vor, wie dieser zu Queens Bohemian Rhapsody sang und tanzte – ein Sänger war gefunden.

Das Debütalbum Permission to Land erschien im Juli 2003 und verdrängte Beyonce in der zweiten Woche auf Platz 2 der UK-Charts. Diesen Erfolg verdankt die Gruppe vor allem dem stetigen Touren durch die Pubs von England. Auch waren sie als Vorband von Def Leppard, Meat Loaf und den Rolling Stones unterwegs.

Bei den Brit Awards 2004 gewannen sie die Preise Beste britische Band, Beste britische Rock-Band und Bestes Album.

2005 stieg Frankie Poullain aus und wurde durch den ehemaligen Roadie Richie Edwards ersetzt.

Am 25. November 2005 wurde das zweite Album One Way Ticket To Hell …And Back veröffentlicht. Die erste Singleauskopplung One Way Ticket wurde am 11. November veröffentlicht. Mit dem neuen Album entfernten sich The Darkness etwas von den Einflüssen des ersten Albums und gingen mehr in die Richtung des so genannten Bombast Rock, der schon einst Queen zugeschrieben wurde.

Am 11. Oktober 2006 berichtete die englische Boulevardzeitschrift The Sun, dass Justin Hawkins die Band aufgrund von Alkohol- und Drogenproblemen verlassen hatte. Die offizielle Website der Band zeigte bereits eine neue Formation und enthielt den Hinweis, dass demnächst eine neue Band unter neuem Namen starten werde.

Am 14. März 2011 wurde bekanntgegeben, dass die Band in Originalbesetzung, mit Hawkins und Poullain, ein neues Album aufnehmen und auf dem Download-Festival auftreten werde. 2012 erschien das Album Hot Cakes.

Seit Mai 2015 spielt Rufus Tiger Taylor, der Sohn des Queen-Drummers Roger Taylor, Schlagzeug für die Band.

Stone Gods

Am 10. Oktober 2007 veröffentlichte das Classic Rock Magazine einen Artikel über die Band Stone Gods, die drei Konzerte als Vorgruppe von Thin Lizzy und Queensryche gespielt hatte. Es handelte sich um die ehemaligen Mitglieder von The Darkness ohne Justin Hawkins. Mittlerweile hat die Band zahlreiche Konzerte gespielt und die limitierte Single/EP Burn the Witch sowie das Album Silver Spoons & Broken Bones veröffentlicht.[1]

Hot Leg

Justin Hawkins gründete seine eigene Band unter dem Namen Hot Leg, mit der er bisher ein Album mit dem Titel Red Light Fever aufnahm. Die Musik erinnert zum Teil sehr stark an die von The Darkness. Derzeit bietet die Band auf ihrer offiziellen Homepage den Song Take take take zum kostenlosen Download an.

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US
2003Permission to LandDE19
(18 Wo.)DE
AT40
(8 Wo.)AT
CH59
(5 Wo.)CH
UK1
Vierfachplatin
×4
Vierfachplatin

(54 Wo.)UK
US36
Gold
Gold

(28 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Juli 2003
Verkäufe: + 1.955.000
2005One Way Ticket to Hell … and BackDE32
(3 Wo.)DE
AT44
(3 Wo.)AT
CH48
(2 Wo.)CH
UK11
Gold
Gold

(10 Wo.)UK
US58
(2 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 28. November 2005
Verkäufe: + 122.500
2012Hot CakesDE16
(2 Wo.)DE
AT24
(2 Wo.)AT
CH20
(2 Wo.)CH
UK4
(3 Wo.)UK
US43
(2 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. August 2012
Verkäufe: + 75.000
2015Last of Our KindDE56
(1 Wo.)DE
AT53
(1 Wo.)AT
CH43
(1 Wo.)CH
UK12
(2 Wo.)UK
US125
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 27. Mai 2015
2017Pinewood SmileCH90
(1 Wo.)CH
UK8
(1 Wo.)UK
US190
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. Oktober 2017
2019Easter Is CancelledDE60
(1 Wo.)DE
CH79
(1 Wo.)CH
UK10
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 4. Oktober 2019
2021MotorheartCH99
(1 Wo.)CH
UK16
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 19. November 2021

Livealben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 UK
2018Live at HammersmithUK47
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Juni 2018

Weitere Livealben

  • 2021: Streaming of a White Christmas

Kompilationen

  • 2008: The Platinum Collection

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT UK US
2003Get Your Hands Off My Woman
Permission to Land
UK43
(2 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 24. Februar 2003
Growing on Me
Permission to Land
UK11
(11 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. Juni 2003
I Believe in a Thing Called Love
Permission to Land
DE47
(7 Wo.)DE
UK2
Platin
Platin

(11 Wo.)UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. September 2003
Verkäufe: + 1.600.000
Christmas Time (Don’t Let the Bells End)
UK2
Platin
Platin

(36 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Dezember 2003
Verkäufe: + 600.000
2004Love Is Only a Feeling
Permission to Land
DE95
(2 Wo.)DE
UK5
(11 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. März 2004
2005One Way Ticket
One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
DE75
(6 Wo.)DE
AT62
(2 Wo.)AT
UK8
(9 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 14. November 2005
2006Is It Just Me?
One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
UK8
(4 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 24. Februar 2006
Girlfriend
One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
UK39
(2 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Mai 2006

Weitere Singles

  • 2004: Friday Night
  • 2012: Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us
  • 2012: Every Inch of You
  • 2012: Everybody Have a Good Time
  • 2013: With a Woman
  • 2013: The Horn
  • 2013: Keep Me Hangin’ On
  • 2015: Open Fire
  • 2015: Barbarian
  • 2015: Last of Our Kind
  • 2015: I Am Santa
  • 2017: All the Pretty Girls
  • 2017: Solid Gold
  • 2017: Southern Trains
  • 2017: Happiness
  • 2019: Rock and Roll Deserves to Die
  • 2019: Heart Explodes
  • 2019: Easter is Cancelled
  • 2019: How Can I Lose Your Love
  • 2020: In Another Life
  • 2021: Motorheart
  • 2021: Nobody Can See Me Cry
  • 2021: Jussy’s Girl
  • 2021: It’s Love, Jim

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Goldene Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2005: für das Album One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2004: für das Album Permission to Land
  • Europa Europa (Impala)
    • 2012: für das Album Hot Cakes[3]
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2005: für das Album One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
  • Norwegen Norwegen
    • 2003: für das Album Permission to Land[4]
  • Schweden Schweden
    • 2003: für das Album Permission to Land

Platin-Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2004: für das Album Permission to Land
  • Europa Europa (IFPI)
    • 2003: für das Album Permission to Land
  • Irland Irland
    • 2005: für das Album One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2004: für das Album Permission to Land
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2004: für das Album Permission to Land

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Gold PlatinVer­käu­feQuel­len
 Australien (ARIA) Gold1 Platin1105.000aria.com.au
 Dänemark (IFPI) Gold10! P20.000hitlisten.nu
 Europa (IFPI)0! G Platin1(1.000.000)ifpi.org
 Europa (Impala) Gold10! P(75.000)Einzelnachweise
 Irland (IRMA)0! G Platin115.000irishcharts.ie
 Kanada (MC)0! G Platin1100.000musiccanada.com
 Neuseeland (RMNZ) Gold1 Platin122.500nztop40.co.nz
 Norwegen (IFPI) Gold10! P20.000Einzelnachweise
 Schweden (IFPI) Gold10! P30.000sverigetopplistan.se
 Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA) Gold1 Platin11.500.000riaa.com
 Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) Gold1 6× Platin62.500.000bpi.co.uk
Insgesamt 8× Gold8 12× Platin12

Quellen

  1. Stone Gods Temple Inoffizielle Website
  2. a b c Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US
  3. Gold für Hot Cakes in Europa
  4. Gold für Permission to Land in Norwegen

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