Thomas Dolby The Flat Earth [new wave/1984] APE lossless

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Name:Thomas Dolby The Flat Earth [new wave/1984] APE lossless

Total Size: 201.54 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-27 11:33:17 (Update Now)

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Torrent Files List

01-Dissidents.ape (Size: 201.54 MB) (Files: 7)


27.18 MB

 02-The Flat Earth.ape

34.42 MB

 03-Screen Kiss.ape

29.29 MB

 04-White City.ape

28.77 MB

 05-Mulu The Rain Forest.ape

26.49 MB

 06-I Scare Myself.ape

29.98 MB


25.40 MB

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Torrent description

Thomas Dolby - The Flat Earth

track listing:
1 Dissidents 4:56

2 The Flat Earth 6:41
3 Screen Kiss 5:33
4 White City 5:19
5 Mulu the Rain Forest 5:00
6 I Scare Myself 5:40
7 Hyperactive! 4:13

Allmusic review:
"Exceptionally mature for a sophomore release, The Flat Earth holdsup considerably well since its 1984 release. This staying power belongsto a fantastic ensemble of supporting players as much as to Dolby'ssongwriting and crisp production. "Dissidents" steps in cautiously andconjures images of blacklisted authors and ugly snow, gray fromoppression. Here and elsewhere, Matthew Seligman's bass is a welcomeaddition -- throughout the album his work is lavish, growling, poppingthrough octaves, funk-a-fied and twinkling with harmonics. The titletrack, "The Flat Earth," is a wondrous R&B daydream of piano andMotown stabs of rhythm guitar. "Screen Kiss" has a similarly etherealquality, and the lyrics are lush with imagery, if occasionally cryptic."White City"'s drug reference and chugging groove is as murky as it isenergizing, so new wavers might find themselves frowning a bit on thedancefloor. Then there is "Mulu the Rain Forest," a globally mindedcuriosity of foreboding and disorienting samples that certainly feels along way off from Golden Age of Wireless. Dolby gets points forshrugging off any obligation to formula, but this voodoo spell has anadverse effect on the rest of the album. What follows is certainly agraceful recovery -- his rendition of 1967's "I Scare Myself" is abalmy jazz club cocktail -- faithfully nostalgic, right down to abittersweet trombone solo from Peter Thomas. "Hyperactive" is, andalways was, one part bizarre to two parts infectious. Guest vocalistAdele Bertei fuels the fire to what was already destined to be amemorable diversion, beyond the reach of Top 40. Thomas Dolby's work onThe Flat Earth harkens back to a time when songs mattered more than thevideo, even as MTV was discovering its strength. Last time thesongwriter blinded us with science; this time it's musicianship."

link: www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:y2jm7i7jg7dr

Amazon.com link: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002U8E/sr=8-1/qid=1145793677/ref=pd_bbs_1/103-3813891-5631841?%5Fencoding=UTF8

lossless format APE codec link (needed to play on PC and burn): www.monkeysaudio.com

My request: Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age of Wireless (in lossless)

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