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Simian Mobile Disco - Unpatterns Album

Simian Mobile Disco - Unpatterns Album
Title:
Unpatterns
Performer:
Simian Mobile Disco
Style:
House, Techno, Electro, Acid House
Released:
14 May 2012
Catalog:
WEBB330CD
Country:
Europe
MP3 album size:
1864 mb
FLAC album size:
2278 mb
Genre:
Label:
Wichita

Tracklist


1Seraphim
Performer [Sample] – Cilla BlackWritten-By [Sample] – Tim Hardin
3:49
2The Dream Of The Fisherman's Wife5:00
3Pareidolia6:55
4A Species Out Of Control5:18
5I Waited For You4:30
6Interference6:39
7Cerulean6:48
8Put Your Hands Together
Lyrics By, Vocals – Jamie Lidell
7:20
9Your Love Ain't Fair5:10


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HSE-30290, WEB330CDJSimian Mobile Disco Unpatterns ‎(CD, Album)Hostess Entertainment Unlimited, WichitaHSE-30290, WEB330CDJJapan2012
WEBB330CDLSimian Mobile Disco Unpatterns ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)WichitaWEBB330CDLEurope2012
505503 6253307Simian Mobile Disco Unpatterns ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Wichita Recordings505503 6253307Europe2012
WEBB330CDSimian Mobile Disco Unpatterns ‎(CD, Album)Liberator Music, WichitaWEBB330CDAustralia2012
WEBB330CDSimian Mobile Disco Unpatterns ‎(CD, Album, RE)WichitaWEBB330CDUS2017


Credits


  • Art Direction, DesignKate Moross
  • Written-ByJames Ford, James Shaw


Notes


8-page booklet with credits, design pictures, and thanks.

on back cover :
℗ 2012 Wichita Recordings Ltd., under exclusive license from Simian Mobile Disco. © 2012 Wichita Recordings Ltd., under exclusive license from Simian Mobile Disco.

Track 3 : "Seraphim" embodies portions of the composition entitled "It 'll Never Happen Again", performed by Cilla Black and written by Tim Hardin © Alley Music Corp (BMI) / Trio Music Company (BMI) for the world excluding USA. Used by permission. Sample of Cilla Black included courtesy of EMI Records Limited.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Scanned): 5055036263306
  • Label Code: LC07800
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): arvato 55029196/831A330022 21
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0788
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): arvato 55029196/831A330022 21
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0773


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wichita Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Wichita Recordings Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Simian Mobile Disco
  • Record Company – [PIAS] Recordings – 831.A330.020
  • Glass Mastered At – Arvato – 55029196


Album


Unpatterns - Simian Mobile Disco. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Unpatterns Album Stream. Simian Mobile Disco. 357 tracks357. Follow Simian Mobile Disco and others on SoundCloud. Unpatterns comes across as a reaction to Simian Mobile Disco's previous two full-length releases. Temporary Pleasure 2009 featured a series of guest vocalists over productions that were largely busy and bright. Delicacies 2010 compiled alternately nutty and stern tracks that resembled a soundclash between the Perlon and 240 Volts labels circa 2003. Unpatterns, comparatively, is leaner and more insular. Save for a discreet appearance from Jamie Lidell on the jacking Put Your Hands Together, the few voices that are heard are sampled, distressed, and sometimes made to sound i. Simian Mobile Disco Unpatterns. Etichetta: Wichita WEBB330CD. Formato: CD, Album. Paese: Europe. There seems to be two Simian Mobile Disco: the one featured in Attack Decay Sustain Release and in Temporary Pleasure, which seems to be a couple of producers who approach electronica in the late Chemical Brothers fashion lots of colaborations, pop attitude behind all those beats, and the SMD that released singles in Delicacies, that crafted The Clock and Extra Temporary. eps and the ones that released this album. Simian Mobile Disco - Unpatterns 2012. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Simian Mobile Disco are an English electronic music duo and production team, formed in 2003 by James Ford and Jas Shaw of the band Simian. Musically, they are known for their analogue production. Ford is also known for his production work. Simian Mobile Disco originally formed as a DJ duo, on the side of their early four-piece band Simian. They released a number of early tastemaker singles, such as The Mighty Atom, Boatrace, Upside Down on I'm a Cliché and The Count, on Kitsuné, but gained more. 9 tracks 51:29. Album by Simian Mobile Disco. It'll Never Happen Again by Cilla Black 2005. Fireworks by Alan Menken 1989


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Reviews:
  • Nilador
There seems to be two Simian Mobile Disco: the one featured in Attack Decay Sustain Release and in Temporary Pleasure, which seems to be a couple of producers who approach electronica in the late Chemical Brothers fashion (lots of colaborations, pop attitude behind all those beats), and the SMD that released singles in Delicacies, that crafted The Clock and Extra Temporary eps and the ones that released this album. These SMD are obsessed with classic techno but also know how to assimilate new trends and sounds, and are not that dependant on a hook or a chorus, and in this brief album they show how confortable they can be in the hipster ground and in the electronica one at the same time. In Cerulean they sound like their electronica singles, playing with playful minimal melodies, in The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife they play with the rhythms, and in most of the rest they play with house. The highlights, for me, are three: Seraphim, which features a slow pulsating rhythm (with beautiful synths), diva vocal sample and a wonderful acid line; Interference, which is the one that shows more influence from the current UK bass producers, as if it was a tune composed by The Chemical Brothers, Joy Orbison and Boddika at the same time; and Your Love Ain't Fair, which is the most epic house tune from them, also showing influence from bass music (the Fitzgerald-y change of pitch of the synth chords and the Jamie XX like treated vocals) but being something that is purely from them.

Inmediately accessible, well crafted and catchy, it shows that SMD still have lots of ideas for the years to come and they are one of the most reliable electronica acts nowadays. I can't wait to hear the next tracks from them.