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Where Did the Night Fall (Deluxe Edition) by UNKLE

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Where Did the Night Fall (Deluxe Edition)

UNKLE

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Album

Where Did the Night Fall (Deluxe Edition)

UNKLE

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Label: Surrender All Ltd/RED
Twelve years after his first LP, James Lavelle's fourth album with UNKLE finds the trip-hop impresario sounding as moody as ever. The record sticks to his mid-tempo comfort zone, with subtle electronic detailing atop brooding rock songs, adding a modern patina to a classic alt-rock sound. UNKLE's not trying to be groundbreaking -- "On a Wire" is unsubtle about its debt to the Cure's "A Forest" -- and the guest vocalists don't bring much in the way of individual character. But if you're in the mood for something moody, UNKLE's search for night fits the bill.

About This Album

Twelve years after his first LP, James Lavelle's fourth album with UNKLE finds the trip-hop impresario sounding as moody as ever. The record sticks to his mid-tempo comfort zone, with subtle electronic detailing atop brooding rock songs, adding a modern patina to a classic alt-rock sound. UNKLE's not trying to be groundbreaking -- "On a Wire" is unsubtle about its debt to the Cure's "A Forest" -- and the guest vocalists don't bring much in the way of individual character. But if you're in the mood for something moody, UNKLE's search for night fits the bill.

Songs

Disc 1

Disc 2

About This Album

Twelve years after his first LP, James Lavelle's fourth album with UNKLE finds the trip-hop impresario sounding as moody as ever. The record sticks to his mid-tempo comfort zone, with subtle electronic detailing atop brooding rock songs, adding a modern patina to a classic alt-rock sound. UNKLE's not trying to be groundbreaking -- "On a Wire" is unsubtle about its debt to the Cure's "A Forest" -- and the guest vocalists don't bring much in the way of individual character. But if you're in the mood for something moody, UNKLE's search for night fits the bill.