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Songs By The Sea – Album Review

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This is the age of electronics, and there is no wonder why electronic music has become one of the mainstream music in this world. Electronic music are called so because this music are usually generated using electronic music instruments rather than conventional acoustic instruments. The electronic music instruments generate sound using the electronic chips and do not rely on manual means. Initially, electronic music were partially used in the songs. Over the time, many songs and music composed only using the electronic music instruments, resulting in a new genre called electronic music. There are many electronic music albums getting released in UK.

“The Songs by the Sea” is one of the popular albums in UK, released by Moteer record label. This is album belongs to the genre of electronic music. Though this album was released 2004, reviewing this album is quite a pleasant experience. While most electronic music albums are filled with loud sounds, the tracks of “The Songs By The Sea” is gently, soothing and relaxing. This album has totally 10 tracks namely, Lessley, It’s not your faults, And there are stars that fell from the sky, You run circles around me, All thumbs and thumbs, A volume of typefaces, Names on a Map, I Only missed by one word, I ignore all my friends and Kind regards. The style of the music is abstract, downtempo and IDM. All the tracks evoke a special feelings and kind of mysticism. If you listen to the music alone is quite a place, it can take to the state of trance. The layers of sounds are clearSongs by the Sea album is must-to-buy for people, who love pleasant and mystical music. And this may not be so suitable for those who want some loud, jumping music. No matter what sort music you love, this album could be enjoyable at some point of time. This album was so popular when it was released, and this still does not seem to be outdated. This album would surely stand the test of times. You could find the tracks on the Internet.

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Album Review of “We Made It For You”

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Music lovers in the UK are really lucky as they have a chance to enjoy different genres of music rather than enjoying just some stereotypical music. You can easily find many genres of music CDs being sold at music shops. Among the music labels, Moteer is quite popular. There are many albums released by this label. Some of the notable albums are “Songs by the Sea”, “We Made it for You”, “Micro”, “The Scientific Contrast”, etc. In this post, we are going to review the album – We Made It for You. The album was released in 2005 and still remains fresh and popular among many music lovers. If you haven’t heard about this album before, you can take some time to read this review.Produced by the popular band – The Boats, this album created a lot of expectation prior to the release. That’s because the band’s earlier album was a big hit, which earned a lot of fans. “We made it for you” is an album that is a pure delight to hear right from the start to finish. No wonder why the album became one of the best in 2005. Most of the songs are features an old piano sound and dash of electronic sounds.

There are totally 14 tracks and each track is done with diligent dedication. The most enticing tracks on the album are “Darren” and Sarah Alice”. Though this album does not have vocal focus, the tracks never fail to evoke the special feelings. Though all the tracks have piano music in the centre and some repetitive music, the tracks are set in different themes and comes in different flavours, thus making the whole album great to listen.

Unlike the band’s earlier album, you do not find lengthy tracks that last more than 6 minutes. Most tracks have a length of less than three minutes while on track lasts around 5 minutes. Though years many years have passed since the release, the album sounds new and fresh. “We made it for you” is certainly one of the albums that can be popular for many years to come.

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Express Gifts by Clickits – Album Review

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Many record labels have hit the market since past decades. While some records effectively survived and flourished in the competition, some labels gone away without any traces. There are some labels that got deviated from their initial identity to sustain the market. In this scenario, Moteer label has garnered not only the attention of people, but also the respect due to their releases. As of now, Moteer label has released many albums since 2003. All the albums and their songs have a unique aura that can be experienced through listening. It is quite hard to talk or review all of their albums and songs in a single post. You can simply read the post further to read the review about Express Gifts album.

Express Gifts album by the artiste Clickits was released in the year 2005. This album has totally ten tracks that include Aramaic, Wheneveryouready, Lilophone, Natural Theatre, Then Dof, In My Field Of View, Lament For the North, Brttle, For Sure, I’ll Be Buried At Sea and Was Until Today. There are so many specialties that make this album a splendid one. Some of the highlights to mention here are a melancholic mood, faraway strings and guitar melodies. The album comes under the electronic genre, and their styles can be categorized under IDM and Leftfield. Another highlighting feature of this album is that they are recorded using hi-fi speakers and designed to offer a contemporary listening experience. The authors most favourite tracks of this album are Aramaic, a lament for the north and In my field of view.

This album is great for anyone, who wants to listen to some blissful music. However, it does not mean that this track is not good to listen for those who enjoy rock music or other genre of music. This album has the power to take anyone to the state of bliss and trance.
You can also check for other albums by Clickits and by Moteer record label. You can browse the Internet to find the other labels. There are so many online music archives and logs, where you could find the tracks of Moteer record label. Make sure to listen to genuine copy and avoid using the pirated ones.