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Post by kosovohp on Sat Dec 18, 2010 1:54 am

Bloc Party's priority when recording Silent Alarm was "to give the music more depth, sonically speaking" rather than focus on making a punk funk record.[11] The band believed that 21st-century rock music could only survive if people started "mixing styles that aren't supposed to be together". Okereke has suggested that forward-thinking bands reach a plateau and start to question the boundaries of their medium; this leads to experimentation with elements from other genres. Bloc Party set out to explore the idea of merging different styles in the debut album, rather than in later work.[10] Silent Alarm was crafted to appeal to R&B, electro, and pop fans, on top of the band's core indie rock fanbase.[12] Okereke wanted the album to sound "very rich and full".[11]


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