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Pour savoir ce qu'est la DRUM and BASS écoutez ADAM F "Colours" écoutez DJ TEBEE, écouter PARADOX, écoutez GROVEREIDER....ou RONY SIZE
Je trouve domage d'employer des termes inexacts qui nous plongent dans l'erreur en tant qu'acheteur.
(ce qui m'est déjà arrivé avec BUMCELLO qualifié de BASS and DRUM).
Appelons un CHAT un CHAT et tout le monde aura à y gagner.
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Well at least some record company has finally picked this up to release. Better late than never I suppose. The album is truly an extension of their excellent 1999 album Fear of Fours. Here, Loiuse Rhodes sing with hanuting chill on the first single Gabriel which also comes with a slew of delicious remixes. Second single Sweet is riveting in its original form and made even more upbeat and energetic in the remixed single version. What I like best on this album is the title track, One and Written, the latter with trademarks of producer extraordinarie Guy Sigsworth (who has worked with Bjork, Manadalay, Madonna & Imogen Heap).
The album alternates between electronica and drum and bass with intercepting trip hop. To sweeten the deal, Koch Records included the videos for the singles Gabriel and Sweet which would otherwise not be seen anywhere in the US. (this is what record companies should do by putting CD/DVD combos to win back consumers!) There are also 4 remixed tracks here and I shan't say more than what the other reviewers had said.
Some of the songs here are haunting in their own rights and some are simply flavors that I have to be in the mood for, making it a difficult album for me to work all the way through in one setting. Still, I can't leave the album alone because there are so many pieces showcased herein that are wonderful works of art, done with almost surreal vocals and sometimes surprisingly soothing instrumentation. This is especially true of "Heaven," which seems almost spectral in its haunting mix of vocals and sounds, and in the love song to her angel, "Gabriel." Others take different approaches and achieve the same ends, like the bizarre inclusion of "I cry," for instance, which is something somber that is placed to an oddly achieved minimalist beat, or both "Sweetheart" and "Small," which use a strange array of incorporated sounds to forge oddly catchy beats. This isn't to say that the album is without accelerated tempos either, because "scratch Bass" moves along nicely and even "Sweet" does so to a lesser extend. Still, if you're expecting the same versions of Lamb you've seen before, this is something using a different approach. - Also included with the re-release is a second album filled with remixes, something I won't cover because, well, they are simply old songs with new masks to wear.
Its hard to recommend this to fans of Lamb, because some people simply do not seem to like it. I'm not certain why, exactly, because the album still has most of the major components that the other albums had within them. I personally find it highly enjoyable and liked "Lamb" and "Fear of Fours" as well, but would tell anyone thinking of purchasing it to reset their mindset first. Then, you will find something that is enjoyable on another in ways you liked and new ways as well.
This release is second best to the debut in my opinion. If you have the debut ((totally essential)) and thirst for more, What Sound is the way to go. Like the first album, it stands at the confluence between popular vocal music and IDM/drum'n'bass electronica. Several songs on this album (Sweetheart being the best) trend toward the hard electronic, as Cottonwool did on the debut; also present are more mainstream-sounding songs (What Sound, Gabriel) that may please Gorecki fans. Unlike "Lamb," however, "What Sound" took a while to grow on me. At first listen, I was dissapointed---now, I listen to the first disc as much as I do the debut, and Sweetheart is one of my favorite Lamb songs.
That brings up the second disc. In general, the remixes are bad. Bad. The only one which appeals to me is the Fila Brazilia mix of Cottonwool, which is the hidden track off of the first album. The live versions are worth listening to, though, making the Deluxe Edition somewhat worth having.
Overall, a good purchase for established Lamb fans. If you haven't heard the duo before, check out their self-titled debut.