Be Human

Be Human is the third studio album by British alternative rock band Fightstar, released on 20 April 2009 through independent label Search and Destroy Records, itself distributed by PIAS Recordings. The album was recorded between August and December 2008 in Chesterfield and London, with the band co-producing alongside Laruso guitarist Carl Bown. Additional recording took place Air Studios with string composer Audrey Riley. Unlike their first two studio releases, Daniel Conway did not contribute to the album's artwork, instead the band approached Ryohei Hase who digitally painted the cover art.
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  • Social Brands, Get Over it! You Will Never Be Perfect

    … it is transformed. Waiting to embrace the latest social technologies until you, your brand and your team is perfect is going to do nothing but waste time. Social media is about relationships and connecting one to one with other human beings. It’s both art and science. It’s imperative brand and marketing leaders learn now how to embrace the human factor…

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  • Can Brands be Human? 15 Characteristics of Human Brands

    … Can a brand really be human? In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast I answer this question. Becoming a human brand is different for each organization. There is no perfect cookie cutter solution. However, there are definitely some best practices that can be leveraged to help brands inspire and connect with their audiences in a real…

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  • Brand Humanization in a Nutshell

    … Is brand humanization just a fancy word for marketers and bloggers who have run short of things to talk and write about? Or is it more? Is it something that brands should take the time to understand? The short answer is no, it’s not just a fancy word used by lazy marketers. In this 5 minute Social Zoom Factor “Take 5″ episode I put brand…

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