PSA: New Chemical Brothers album

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  • PSA: New Chemical Brothers album
  • aphex_2k
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    Released 12.4.19

    Excited, muchos.

    Premier Icon seosamh77
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    4th of December is quite a bit away.

    trumpton
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    I may get this. Still into the prodigy which was the last (and great) cd I got. Hope it is good.

    aphex_2k
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    seosamh77

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    4th of December is quite a bit away.

    It is. But it will give you a good 8 months to listen to the album to see if you like it though. What’s happening in December?

    trumpton
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    it’s out in April.

    aphex_2k
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    That’s what I said.

    I’ve played the three singles too much already ! I only listen to the Prodigy and the brothers :/

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    Any day now… watching the letter box closely…

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    Going to see then in November, excited already!

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    Enjoying this. New DJ Yoda album out today too!

    dickster
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    Downloaded it first thing this morning. It’s brilliant.

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    Some good tracks. A lot of filler.

    Going to see them at Eden in the summer

    I only listen to the Prodigy and the brothers :/

    Don’t want to freak you out, but there’s a lot of other music in the world which, believe it or not, is quite good.

    But yeah…new Chemicals is banging.

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    Good night apparently,Missus J didn’t get in until 4! 🙂

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    It’s well put together and some imaginative samples – but nothing that gets near the heights of the private psychedelic reel or escape velocity.

    What is fantastic though is the debut album by W.H Lung – Incidental Music. If you like 10 minute electronic epics with an 80s sting.

    aphex_2k
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    Love most music, I’ll check out that one mate. Just cooking a fry up for me and my dad while the chems e-mix is on. 3rd espresso kicking in. It’s about as hardcore as it gets when you’re 43.

    The album is a bit light and fluffy for me but MAH is awesome

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    What is fantastic though is the debut album by W.H Lung – Incidental Music. If you like 10 minute electronic epics with an 80s sting.

    I tried and kept waiting for it to get good. It didn’t. 😉

    slimjim78
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    LCD Soundsystem FTW

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    It’s a jolly dance album innit? Going straight on my commute iPod 🙂

    DickBarton
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    Tracks 6, 9 and 10 seem to be working well for me. Need more listening but rest are good, just not got me as much as those 3 yet.

    Jakester
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    New DJ Yoda album out today too!

    Got this yesterday, it’s great. Very chilled soulful hip-hop-y type thing. Really enjoying.

    mahalo
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    Yeah cant say im too enthralled with the chembros album, but loving DJ Yoda!

    Well the rest of the album is underwhelming. The three singles are so much better than the rest.

    I’m mah.

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    MAH is brilliant!
    I don’t even think the singles are the standout tracks. Great pop album.

    trumpton
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    what does MAH mean?

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    Loving the album, but agree with those saying that the singles were well chosen, and that much of the rest is low key (unlike the last album that was all killer no filler). The opening 3 tracks in particular sound like a DJ mix of rejected Chem Bros ideas. Still fun though.

    cb200
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    What is fantastic though is the debut album by W.H Lung – Incidental Music. If you like 10 minute electronic epics with an 80s sting.

    Thanks for that – really enjoying it

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    That’s not **** annoying at all. Sadly the whole bloody album is the same, either repetitive annoying samples or so much noise it sounds like something you would play in a Guantanamo bay detainees cell. And it went peak bollocks with the track that sounded like they were playing a fire alarm over the top (interspersed with another annoying sample). Thankfully Spotify battered In Dust We Trust onto the end and I was reminded they’re not actually toddlers let loose with a sample library.

    So that’s a fat nope from me.

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    Quoting the lyrics from dance tracks? Cool, yeah.

    so much noise it sounds like something you would play in a Guantanamo bay detainees cell
    Now, that sounds bloody fab.

    Any alternative suggestions for new albums we should be listening to, squirrelking…?

    It’s an opinion, get over it. I’m not telling anyone not to listen to it.

    My point about the lyrics wasn’t about the wide range or lack thereof, it’s about the annoying repetition at the end that goes on far too long.

    As someone else said it sounds like a collection of reject tracks, compared to everything else they’ve done its piss weak. It happens. I’m not losing sleep over it nor will they if they ever read this.

    Mister P
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    Sadly I have to agree with Squirrelking on this. My mate bought 4 tickets to go see The Chemical Brothers in Birmingham, one bought for me before asking if I wanted to go. Based on the new album I don’t want to go.

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    Don’t be silly. Drop a pill and danceyergurnoff 😆

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    You don’t want to go?!?!?!

    aphex_2k
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    Sheeeeyat you know you’re old when you’re saying “the lyrics are a bit repetitive aren’t they dear?” All that doof doof untz untz…..

    I like it. It’s very, Chemical Bros. That being said, lots of it was produced on old equipment used on other albums.

    I went through a phase of playing “Go” when I first heard it. Loved it. To the point where my 5 y/o said “Oh no, not Chemical Brothers AGAIN Dad?” which reminded me of Peter Kay saying “Goo on, put a bit o Smack ya bitch up for your Mum”

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