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Pink

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Locked
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Lion
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Jupiters
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Ocoras
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128 Harps
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Pyramid
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Peace For Earth
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Pinnacles
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 61:46

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Ben Machell

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08.20.12
A reminder of Kieran Hebden's subtle, sophisticated talents
2012 | Label: Text Records / Southern Record Distributors

Much of this, the eighth album by Kieran Hebden under his Four Tet guise, will already be familiar to his more committed fans, as six of its eight tracks have been released as vinyl-only singles over the past year or so. For everybody else, Pink serves as a reminder of the Putney-born DJ/songwriter/producer/arranger’s subtle, sophisticated talents.

There’s something naturalistic about the layers of beat loops and jazz-inspired plays on momentum that run throughout Pink. While familiar… read more »

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tracks were .49 last week

hanque

still a good album

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Four Tet is good!

Rusty_Ranchero

Saving money is better! Get "Peace on Earth" at amazon for 89 and the rest of the album here, for a grand total of ~ 4.40! Locked and Lion will take some time to get use to. I'm holing off on those for now, but all the other tracks deliver!

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good to have more from this guy

peeez

sounds good - kinda hooked on pinnacles at the moment

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Pink

MrBoots

Two years after There is Love in you, Kieran Hebden returns with Pink, another collection of beautifully layered samples and beats. Well worth the purchase.

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