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Vaccine

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Crystalline
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Shine
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Pound A Rhythm
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Safety In Numbers
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Night Lead Me Astray
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Train
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Spinning Into Place
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SYS 700
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Tetris
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 52:15

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miss that flock of bleeps sound

elrod

coldplay is doing psy trance now and it sounds horrible

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not excited,not up set ,just flatlined

neverenoughnotes

as a long time shpongle and younger brother fan ,i must share my disappointment.although quite a stretch from horrible ,i found this album quite unremarkable in its dreary coldplayesque sound.a complete lack of psychedelia,lack of younger brother layered sound scape,lack of intensity made no impression in my music memory.sounded like many other drab ,melodramatic and undisagreeable bands i have encountered on the radio in the 2000s.coldplay and radiohead come to mind....while some can get excited about or upset about particular songs ,none of the songs are memorable enough to make any impression

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Highly evolved-- and totally satisfying.

Yup

This is a mature album made by artists that have fully digested electronic music (too general a term) and listened honestly to their impulse instead of corking it just to fit some genre. It's vast and beautiful with some pop hooks that will creep up on you while you're away from your headphones. Someone else warned especially to avoid \"Spinning Into Place\"-- but it's my favorite song on the album; a chill-giving, psychedelic, Floydian masterpiece. And-- I love Ruu's voice. The first two Younger Brother albums are brilliant-- and this one too. Maybe I love Younger Brother because I've loved electronic music for a couple of decades-- and that I also love when an artist reaches in whatever direction inspires.

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Flock > Gravity > Vaccine

maeric

I came to Younger Brother from my Shpongle lust. “A Flock of Bleeps” fit so very well and while not as fluid as Shpongle could be, I loved it. With the second "Gravity" album, it pulled the carpet from under my feet; the bleeps and blurps became refined, less-shpongloid but more rich on their own terms with vocals that actually worked. Some tracks on Gravity are awe-inspiringly beautiful (Ribbon on a Branch, Your Friends are Scary.) A 5 star album. So now I’m listening to “Vaccine” bring Ru Campbell’s vocals to the fore-front and where the loopy bits are accents rather than the focus. More downtempo. I've listened through this album many times now and after getting accustomed to this new approach, I am getting more addicted; I just have to shut the older YB stuff out of my head. If you liked Gravity’s “Ribbon on a Branch,” this is what you get more of. It's a rather dreamy album because Ru's voice is like that anyway; like singing through a stoned haze.

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Please stop singing Ruu

SchmertyMcMer

Younger Brother makes some of the finest music in the electronic world. Why they would chose to wreck it with copious amounts of vocals is really beyond me? Musically this album has moments. Until, that is, Ruu starts singing. Whoever told Simon and Benji that Ruu's voice sounds good?? My goodness I miss YB from the 1st two albums. On this album, try System 700 and Tetris...avoid (at all costs) Spinning into place. I am holding out for a de-vocalized version...Oh YB...please come back to us!