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Winking Makes A Face

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Minajor
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Lulla
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Le Lit
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Divided By Lines
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Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant
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Twice Triumph
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Mother, Child and Modern Life
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Commun Changerment
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The Letter
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Fin
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 50:37

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My son loves this, but...

fulofunk

way too chaotic for me.

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I needed to find this, fantastic

machinejetfire

while i cant really stomach dabrye (on most accounts, with his jet settting producer then artist approach), i can ponder intensley at the sources and victories in tadd mullinix releases, some real notable quality. A bit perplexing, this work is a steet light in a candle party of producers, yet the man is too busy making 12yr olds swoon. Ai, senor.

They Say All Music Guide

From Michigan-based upstart Ghostly International, Tadd Mullinix churns out a set of dark, urbanized electronica that stood up to and succeeded many other recordings from that prolific genre in 2000. Mullinix takes a blend of the synthetic and devastating beats of Front 242 and some contemporary, glitchy electro sensibilities, and ties them together with a melodic progression unheard since Atari debuted the soundtrack to Tron. Really, it’s the bombastic sonic textures mixed with those melodic lines (which are almost classical in their complexity) that save Winking Makes a Face from being lost in the electronica swamp of half-hearted laptop doodling, and instead projects as a realized set of tracks that paint cool-handed landscapes stuck without a real sense of space and time. Majestic and lush, Winking finds a nice place within the growing and highly respectable Ghostly catalog. – Sam Samuelson

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