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Finest Hour

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Angel Eyes
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Backchat
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Always
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Hymn for Him
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All Yours
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Pop and Lock
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Suffer Not
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Secrets
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Finest Hour
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Perfection
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 59:20

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Andrew Harrison

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Andrew Harrison has edited UK music magazines Q and Mixmag, and during the ‘90s he edited Select, the monthly that kickstarted Britpop. Since then he's been mus...more »

06.21.11
Submotion Orchestra, Finest Hour
2011 | Label: Exceptional Records / Kudos Records Limited

Leeds, the restive capital of the People’s Republic of West Yorkshire, has produced its far share of goth, indie rock, downbeat dance music and tubthumping pop. It’s nobody’s idea of a jazz mecca though, which is why Submotion Orchestra’s accomplished debut album comes as such a surprise. Shot through with avant-garde textures, refracted at unexpected dub and ambient angles, and at times even sinister, it’s a slick and accomplished collection of ersatz jazz and mellifluous… read more »

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wow..

ilovecamerini

my first review after 3 years on this website, BUY IT! One of the most refreshing, beautiful, interesting albums I have heard in a long time.. awesome!

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Wow! I'm blasting this one....

orderedanalog

Hard to compare to anything I've heard. Maybe its kind of like Tim Exile meets Jazzanova. MUST have! This is hot!!!! agree with EAST_DUB poster, totally next level

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exceptional

east_dub_soundsystem

a full and complete album fusing broken beat, dubstep, and acid jazz...next level stuff.

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GREAT NEW ALBUM FROM GREAT NEW BAND

rokerboy

Excellent new album of soulful jazz vocals and and the sort of beats Gilles peterson approves of.