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CD (Item 616120) Ninja Tune, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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Thick, vibrant and moody soundscapes from Lorn – heavy waves of synth, glitchy beats and all around impressive atmosphere – up there with some of the most distinctive and idiosyncratic (mostly) instrumental music we've heard on Ninja Tune in a while! Fairly gritty in a bit dark, without ever becoming oppressively so – with unpredictable elements floating in and out. Includes "Mercy", "Weigh Me Down", "This", "Diamond", "Everything Is Violence", "The Well", "The Gun", "Dead Dogs", "I Better", "Ghosst" and "Ghosst(s)".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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