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Divergent Spectrum

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01
Upside Down
5:19
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02
Plugged In
Artist: Rollz
4:35
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Immigraniada
Artist: Gogol Bordello
4:34
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Boomerang
4:24
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Lights
Artist: Ellie Goulding
5:03
 
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Probable Cause
3:48
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Red Step
4:59
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The Matrix
4:25
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Voodoo
6:00
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Heads Up
4:32
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Paging Stereophonic
4:32
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Above and Beyond
3:57
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Parade Into Centuries
3:53
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After Thought
3:33
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Disintegration Part IV
2:20
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 65:54

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A bit 'samey'

Whimper

Bassnectar has a sound all his own, but he front-loads this new LP with several tracks that sound, not only just like each other, but just like the best stuff from his last EP Timestretch. Track 8, The Matrix, is fantastic, but it sounds like a continuation of 'Bass Head', or even a remix of it. Voodoo, which follows, is just more of the same. There are some breaks from the unending wobbly heavies, such as Track 14, After Thought. But by then I was just getting tired of the album.

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Awesome download!!

adyjw33

Brand new from Bassnectar! Get ready for a system pumping sound explosion of sonic excellence!! Amazing mix of beats and bass makes this entire album a must have!!

They Say All Music Guide

More slick and less murk is the way Bassnectar delivers his brand of dubstep, shoving genres like hip-hop and breakbeat into a bass-heavy mix. “Stadium dubstep” is the arguable tag for this brand of thump, and on Divergent Spectrum, it reaches a new level of epic, sounding as big as Skrillex blasted by gamma rays with all the trunk rumbling and speaker ripping that would come with. Three of these cuts are remixes done for other artists, including Gogol Bordello, who actually seem to have their “Immigraniada” playfully interrupted by Bassnectar’s dropped-in, zombiestep beats. His take on Ellie Goulding’s “Lights” is much more traditional, borrowing plenty of ideas from the world of trance, while the producer’s original cuts combine Miami bass attitude, show-off studio tricks, and the sound of Kraftwerk being flattened by a steamroller. Good times, but you best warn the neighbors first. – David Jeffries

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