9 Lies

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9 Lies
Nine Lies - CD Sleeve for the album - 9 Lies.jpg
Studio album by Nine Lies
Released 6 July 2015 (2015-07-06)
Recorded 2010–15
Length 38:17
Label Evil Twin Records
Producer Stuart Epps, Stevie Mann
Nine Lies chronology
Behind It All
9 Lies

9 Lies is the second studio album[1] by Northern Irish indie rock band Nine Lies and follow up to their 2005 debut album 'Behind It All'.[2][3] It was released on 6 July 2015 through Evil Twin Records.[1] The album was produced in part by legendary British record producer Stuart Epps who has worked with such artists as Elton John, Led Zeppelin, Oasis and Robbie Williams.


Recording on the album started in 2010 on location in Belfast and included the track someone which was to be the first of two singles released prior to the album and Save Me which was mixed by American producer Beau Hill[4] who worked previously with Alice Cooper, Kix and Winger.[5] The sessions later moved to Blast Furnace studios in Derry/Londonderry where the band were joined by legendary English record producer Stuart Epps and the tracks 'Damn' and 'Don't ask if I'm alone' were born. These two tracks were eventually mixed at Einstein Studios in Antrim Northern Ireland. Once more the band moved on location as the struggle of putting together the tough second album continued. The live sessions continued until 2014. The album was eventually completed in March 2015 and the 10 track album, according to Rolling Stone, elevated the band's stature "from heroes to superstars".[6]

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Stevie Mann, Dave Kernohan, Nick Black, John Rossi and Stephen McAuley.

  1. "Take Me Away" – 3:50
  2. "Save Me"[4] – 3:57
  3. "Damn" – 3:45
  4. "Tragedy"[7] – 3:22
  5. "Nothing Left For Me" – 3:58
  6. "Don't Ask If I'm Alone" – 4:01
  7. "A Kill for the King" – 3:41
  8. "I Don't Wanna Say" – 3:25
  9. "We R1" – 4:07
  10. "Someone"[8] – 4:15



  1. ^ a b "Nine Lies - 9 LIES". Discogs.com. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  2. ^ "9lies* - Behind It All". Discogs.com. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  3. ^ "9 Lies - Nine Lies - Songs, Reviews, Credits - AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  4. ^ a b [1][dead link]
  5. ^ Konow, David (25 February 2009). "Bang Your Head: The Rise and Fall of Heavy Metal". Crown/Archetype. Retrieved 9 November 2018 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ Rolling Stone, 2015, p. xx
  7. ^ "RNLI News Articles, Videos and Media from the UK and Ireland". Rnli.org. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  8. ^ "Nine Lies - Someone". Discogs.com. Retrieved 9 November 2018.

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