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Luke Vibert - We Hear You


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We Hear You is sick!

"De Pimp Act", "dive and lie wrecked", & "pretty old acid music"

Are some amazing tracks that really stick out. Lovin it!

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Pretty Old Acid Music is wicked

 

singing with this child "aaaaasssssiid Musiq :whistling: "

 

that, and the rest of the album is top quality too. Got the wavs, then i forgot i actually bought them and got the cd too. :facepalm:

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i like it, but nowhere near as much as his other stuff. the sampling just kind of wears on me after a while.

 

edit: i don't know if i've got dementia or what but FUCK, i love this album. just flicked through the tracks again and realized i really dug this one. i DOOOO think he needs to learn when to stop repeating a sample though. tracks like "a fine line" off of rhythm and "lovely" off of tally ho! would have to be the biggest examples of this. there are a couple of micromoments in this album where i get twanged the wrong way from a silly sample that go away, but its got so much fucking rhythm... this one really swings.

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Batting for England is the ring tone on my phone.

I like this one quite a bit but it's a long listen, just like Luke's last few have been.

Quite fond of Square Footage & House Stabs.

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just flicked through the tracks again and realized i really dug this one. i DOOOO think he needs to learn when to stop repeating a sample though.

 

I also think he has gone too far with that but at that point I don't think he cares about this anymore, if he ever had.

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