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AdvantagesUnique. Various styles. Incredible use of sound.

DisadvantagesTrack nbr. 8

...Muddlin Gear was released in 2000 under Warp Records and Spymania, following Jamie Lidell's first Ep, Freakin' the Frame (1997). If you are familiar with Jamie's most recent release, Multiply (Warp Records, 2005), then you might be in for a shock with Muddlin' Gear. Simply put, Multiply is pop music; Muddlin' Gear is experimental music. Another way of putting would be: Multiply is an in...

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Advantagesnostalgia, vocals, composition

Disadvantagesnothing to do with previous album

...When Multiply was released I believe something must have exploded supernova-like in outer space due to some cause and effect phenomena. This was my first experience listening to Jamie Lidell, though I had seen his name on the Warp website for sometime. I tried to listen to his other albums afterwards, but to be honest, I was quite disappointed! Here Jamie has shook the ground with an attempt...

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“The best album of 2005”

published 19/10/2005

AdvantagesOne of the greatest albums of 2005

DisadvantagesNothing like his previous work

...The second album from producer/vocalist Jamie Lidell is absolutely stunning and, if it was not for the corporate nature of the UK music industry at the current point in time, he should be receiving major critical acclaim. This is Jamie Lidell's second release after the experimental 'noise-tronica' of his debut, "Muddlin' Gear". While that was complex, and difficult to listen to, it sat well...

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