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There Is Love In You

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Angel Echoes
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Love Cry
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Circling
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Pablo's Heart
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Sing
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This Unfolds
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Reversing
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Plastic People
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She Just Likes To Flight
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 47:16

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Circling

channelx.info

Re: Help me understand... As one of those with a computer and a weekend to kill, I have yet to mash something together that evokes the sublime as well as this. I wish it were that easy. Because easy or difficult, if it succeeds in reminding me of the numinous, bring it on. To be fair, in consideration of the rest of your comment, I haven't heard the rest of the album so I hope it isn't mediocre in light of his brilliance with previous works. See also: Steve Reich - Music For 18 Musicians

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Overrated album

orderedanalog

I found this extremely disappointing. Except for Circles, I couldn't get into the hugely repetitive songs. BORING! I've like almost all past albums and am shocked at the almost universal acclaim of this. Time to go back to Bonobo....

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Help me understand...

Yadadadabingbang

Come someone explain to me what I am listening for here? I enjoyed earlier albums, but have found them exponentially less satisfying with each subsequent release. This one sounds totally uninspired. Lazy even. Like anyone with a computer and weekend to kill might have mashed this together and called it music. I find it just boring. But you all seem to sing praises.. what am I missing?

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Four Tet-What more can u say.

UncoolMusicCritic

At this point, you can not go wrong with any Four Tet albums. Each one is different and Kieran Hebden keeps getting better and better. Can't wait to see him in Chicago.

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Brainy - in a good way.

cwkjr

Complex layers of diverse sound. I find something new with each listen.

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Skeptical at first

werewolfgang

I was used to the folksie-indie feel of "Pause" and "Rounds" and a little skeptical of his new sound. But I was blown out of my seat by the very first track! It was unflinchingly beautiful, right down to the last track.

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First, but not last

Mogomuse

This was my first purchase of music by Four Tet, but it won't be my last. I'm intrigued by the textures he creates. I saw a couple of "behind the production" videos from Future Music magazine where he explains some of the creative process behind 2 of the tracks. It's fascinating. Will be looking into more of his music in the near future, I assure you!

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Summer

C.Lowrance

Had some reservations at first. I do miss the acoustic and organic sounds that usually characterize Four Tet, but as the temperatures start to rise, this album is growing on me. Four Tet made a summer record!

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Awesome

martyyu

Gorgeous samples layered perfectly onto tight beats. This shit sparkles.

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