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  • Nightbird Nightbird Quick View

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    Nightbird is the eleventh full-length studio album by the British synthpop band Erasure. Produced by Erasure, it was originally released in 2005 by Mute Records.
    1. No Doubt
    2. Here I Go Impossible Again
    3. Let's Take One More Rocket to the Moon
    4. Breathe
    5. I'll Be There
    6. Because Our Love Is Real
    7. Don't Say You Love Me
    8. All This Time Still Falling Out of Love
    9. I Broke It All in Two
    10. Sweet Surrender
    11. I Bet You're Mad at Me
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  • Other People's Songs Other People's Songs Quick View

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    Other People's Songs

    Other People's Songs is a cover album by Erasure.

    The album was originally conceived as a solo project for singer Andy Bell. Once Vince Clarke, the other member of Erasure, became involved, it was released as Erasure's tenth studio album. The tracks were handpicked by Clarke and Bell as ones that influenced them as musicians. It was originally released in the UK and the U.S. by Mute Records in 2003, and was a Top 20 success in their home country and in Germany.

    Other People's Songs gave Erasure their first Top 10 on the UK singles chart in nine years. The album was produced by Erasure with Gareth Jones and Dave Bascombe. Because of Bell's resistance to remaking the classic Video Killed the Radio Star, the verses are sung synthetically by a computer.

    1. Solsbury Hill (originally by Peter Gabriel)
    2. Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime (originally by The Korgis)
    3. Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) (originally by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)
    4. Everyday (originally by Buddy Holly)
    5. When Will I See You Again (originally by The Three Degrees)
    6. Walking in the Rain (originally by The Ronettes)
    7. True Love Ways (originally by Buddy Holly)
    8. Ebb Tide (originally by The Righteous Brothers)
    9. Can't Help Falling in Love (originally by Elvis Presley)
    10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (originally by The Righteous Brothers)
    11. Goodnight (originally by Cliff Eberhardt)
    12. Video Killed the Radio Star (originally by The Buggles)
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    World Be Live

    Erasure are delighted to announce a brand new live album, World Be Live, via Mute.

    Taken from their recent sold out European tour in support of 2017's World Be Gone, the album was recorded across the band's recent London shows at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith and completes the trilogy of album releases around the World Be Gone project which started with 2017's World be Gone album and continued with the orchestral re-imagining of those songs, World Beyond, in March of this year.

    Featuring twenty-four classic tracks from throughout their career (including an exclusive cover of Blondie's 1981 classic "Atomic"), World Be Live will be released as a 3LP via Mute.

    LP 1
    1. Oh l'amour (Live)
    2. Ship of Fools (Live)
    3. Breathe (Live)
    4. Mad As We Are (Live)
    5. Just A Little Love (Live)
    6. In My Arms (Live)
    7. Chains of Love (Live)
    8. Sacred (Live)

    LP 2
    1. Sweet Summer Loving (Live)
    2. I Love Saturday (Live)
    3. Victim of Love (Live)
    4. Phantom Bride (Live)
    5. World Be Gone (Live)
    6. Who Needs Love (Like That) [Live]
    7. Take Me Out Of Myself (Live)
    8. Blue Savannah (Live)

    LP 3
    1. Atomic (Live)
    2. Drama! (Live)
    3. Stop! (Live)
    4. Love You To The Sky (Live)
    5. Always (Live)
    6. Here I Go Impossible Again (Live)
    7. Sometimes (Live)
    8. A Little Respect (Live)

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    Ultra is the ninth studio album by English electronic group Depeche Mode, which was originally released by Mute Records on 14 April 1997

    Ultra both reprises an earlier Mode and entices with a taste of Modes to come. The band has wisely left behind the forced arena rock of their last album and evolved towards a more richly nuanced hybrid of conventional and electronic instrumentation. The resulting sound is both engaging in its diversity and surprising in its consistency. The aplomb with which Depeche Mode fuses electronic beats, cascading violins, and guitar hooks into a soulful and coherent whole puts the new techno-geek incarnation of U2 to shame. Where U2's Pop! crashes waves of sound upon the listener, Ultra achieves an equally rich sonic texture through delicacy and understatement.

    Lyrically and musically, Ultra depicts the band grappling with its recent scars, particularly Gahan's smack problem. From the self-loathing and acoustic turbulence of Barrel of a Gun, the first sequel, to the mechanical gurgling of the outro, Painkiller, the shadow of a syringe falls over the album. Gahan sings of a vicious appetite and pines for the spirit of love with an earnest intensity that usually overcomes Gore's occasionally banal lyrics. His high register and emotionally laden delivery on songs such as Love Thieves and Sister of Night (Little 15 redux) are reminiscent of the days of See You and Get the Balance Right, before Gahan settled into the deadpan baritone croon that carries most of the Mode's later hits.

    Perhaps due to the band's travails, Ultra is the most experimental Mode album since 1983's A Broken Frame, when these same three fellows lost their leading songwriter, Vince Clarke, to Yaz (and subsequently Erasure). As a result, with the exception of It's No Good, a catchy and confident tune that's A-1 formula Mode, there's no hit single potential on Ultra. There are, however, a good number of interesting songs that gradually seep into your system. The Bottom Line finds Gore at his most emotive, once again singing the bittersweet woes of infatuation over an aural fabric that alternates between jazz trio cool, electropop bounce, and country twang. With arpeggiating violins and arena-rock-style guitar bridges, Home is an intriguing Disneyesque ditty. And both Jazz Thieves and Uselink prove that the Mode haven't lost their knack for atmospheric instrumentals.

    - Kevin C. Murphy

    1. Barrel Of A Gun
    2. Love Thieves
    3. Home
    4. It's No Good
    5. Uselink
    6. Useless
    7. Sister Of Night
    8. Jazz Thieves
    9. Freestate
    10. Bottom Line
    11. Insight
    Depeche Mode
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  • Olympia Olympia Quick View

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    Olympia is an album of transformation. Though it has only been two years since Austra's 2010 debut
    Feel It Break, it presents a quantum evolution in the Toronto-based band's sound, structure and style.

    After three years of non-stop international touring with the likes of The xx, Grimes and the Gossip,
    when it came time to record Olympia, Austra had evolved into a complex collaborative effort between
    its six members. "Previously, I would flesh out songs before I brought them to the band, but this time
    I left them bare and let the others fill them in" explains Katie Stelmanis, the principal songwriter/vocalist.

    Olympia is also the first confessional record for Stelmanis as evidenced by the heartfelt lyrics of piano
    driven lead single "Home." The album touches on a range of sentiments that stem from a relationship
    ending, a relationship beginning, and friends' struggles with addiction and motivation. Despite the
    sometimes dark lyrics written in collaboration with band member Sari Lightman, Olympia is bubbly
    and buoyant- fundamentally a dance record, which Stelmanis says was the band's aim all along. "We
    are really into dense harmonies and big beautiful melodies, but I also love techno and dance music. I
    wanted to bring those elements together."

    Though Olympia is filled with electronic and synthetic sounds that reference everything from Trax
    Record classic cuts to Yazoo's Upstairs At Eric's, it's free of programming and loops. Everything was
    played live by the band in the studio and all of the percussion including a wild set up of marimbas and
    congas performed by drummer Maya Postepski. "There is a major percussive element running through
    every song," Stelmanis laughs, "this is the album where we discovered rhythm."

    The album was produced by Austra with additional production by Mike Haliechuk (Fucked Up)

    Vocal production by Damian Taylor (Bjork, the Killers)

    Engineered by Leon Taheny and Bill Skibbe (the Kills, Wild Belle,
    Dead Weather)

    Mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Erasure, Hot Chip).

    1. What We Done?
    2. Forgive Me
    3. Painful Like
    4. Sleep
    5. Home
    6. Fire
    7. I Don't Care (I'm a Man)
    8. We Become
    9. Reconcile
    10. Annie (Oh muse, you)
    11. You Changed My Life
    12. Hurt Me Now
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  • Tomorrow's World Tomorrow's World Quick View

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    Tomorrow's World

    Mute has announced the first vinyl release of Tomorrow's
    World by Erasure, their 14th album originally released in

    Written by Vince Clarke and Andy Bell in New York,
    London, and at Clarke's cabin studio in Maine with
    producer Frankmusik (Lady Gaga, Pet Shop Boys), the
    release found Erasure settling nicely into that groove that
    the best veteran bands often do. With Clarke's vintage
    collection of analog synths providing the final touch,
    the end result is a collection of electronic songs that
    sound contemporary and classic at the same time with
    all the hallmarks of vintage Erasure: accessible songs,
    flamboyant vocals and fizzing synths.

    1. Be With You
    2. Fill Us With Fire
    3. What Will I Say When You're Gone?
    4. You've Got To Save Me Right Now
    5. A Whole Lotta Love Run Riot
    6. When I Start To (Break It All Down)
    7. I Lose Myself
    8. Then I Go Twisting
    9. Just When I Thought It Was Ending
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  • Union Street Union Street Quick View

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    Union Street

    Union Street is the title of the twelfth album by Erasure, originally released in 2006 in the U.S. by Mute Records. This album contained past Erasure songs re-interpreted in an acoustic or country & western style.
    1. Boy (originally from Cowboy)
    2. Piano Song (originally from Wild!)
    3. Stay with Me (originally from Erasure)
    4. Spiralling (originally from The Circus)
    5. Home (originally from Chorus)
    6. Tenderest Moments (originally a B-side from Run to the Sun single)
    7. Alien (originally from Loveboat)
    8. Blues Away (originally from I Say I Say I Say)
    9. How Many Times (originally from Wild!)
    10. Love Affair (originally from Cowboy)
    11. Rock Me Gently (originally from Erasure)
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  • World Beyond World Beyond Quick View

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    World Beyond

    Following on from the release of World Be Gone in May
    of 2017, Erasure (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) will be
    releasing a companion piece via Mute.

    World Beyond is a completely re-recorded version of
    World Be Gone featuring classical interpretations of the
    tracks. Late last year, Andy Bell travelled to Brussels to
    re-record the album with The Echo Collective, a Belgian
    based classical music ensemble who have worked with A
    Winged Victory for the Sullen, Stars of the Lid, Johann
    Johannsson and more.

    World Beyond still sees the band in an altogether
    more thoughtful and reflective mood. On "World Be
    Gone", recent political upheavals are given a thoughtful
    examination and, as highlighted on the painted artwork
    showing a ship's masthead rising up from being
    submerged in the stormy waters, Erasure are looking
    ahead, towards an expectant future which points towards
    love as evidenced the buoyant album closer "Just A Little
    Love": "Just a little love, not the hate.

    1. Oh What A World
    2. Be Careful What You Wish For
    3. World Be Gone
    4. A Bitter Parting
    5. Still It's Not Over
    6. Take Me Out Of Myself
    7. Sweet Summer Loving
    8. Love You To The Sky
    9. Lousy Sum Of Nothing
    10. Just A Little Love
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  • Speak & Spell Speak & Spell Quick View

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    Speak & Spell

    From the beginning of their career Depeche Mode have been at the forefront of remix culture; creating their own classic extended mixes back in the early 80s and over the years amassing a collection of remixers of their songs that pretty much charts the history of cutting edge dance music.

    Though probably nobody fully appreciated it at the time -- perhaps least of all the band! -- Depeche Mode's debut is at once both a conservative, functional pop record and a groundbreaking release. While various synth pioneers had come before -- Gary Numan, early Human League, late-'70s Euro-disco, and above all Kraftwerk all had clear influence on Speak & Spell -- Depeche became the undisputed founder of straight-up synth pop with the album's 11 songs, light, hooky, and danceable numbers about love, life, and clubs. For all the claims about dated '80s sounds from rock purists, it should be noted that the basic guitar/bass/drums lineup of rock is almost 25 years older than the catchy keyboard lines and electronic drums making the music here. That such a sound would eventually become ubiquitous during the Reagan years, spawning lots of crud along the way, means the band should no more be held to blame for that than Motown and the Beatles for inspiring lots of bad stuff in the '60s. Credit for the album's success has to go to main songwriter Vince Clarke, who would extend and arguably perfect the synth pop formula with Yazoo and Erasure; the classic early singles New Life, Dreaming of Me, and Just Can't Get Enough, along with numbers ranging from the slyly homoerotic Pretty Boy to the moody thumper Photographic, keep everything moving throughout. David Gahan undersings about half the album, and Martin Gore's two numbers lack the distinctiveness of his later work, but Speak & Spell remains an undiluted joy.

    - Ned Raggett (All Music Guide)

    1. New Life

    2. Puppets

    3. Dreaming Of Me

    4. Boys Say Go!

    5. Nodisco

    6. What's Your Name?

    7. Photographic

    8. Tora! Tora! Tora!

    9. Big Muff

    10. Any Second Now (Voices)

    11. Just Can't Get Enough
    Depeche Mode
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  • Light At the End of the World Light At the End of the World Quick View

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    Light At the End of the World

    Light At The End Of The World is the thirteenth studio album by English synthpop duo Erasure. The album was originally released in 2007 by Mute Records.
    1. Sunday Girl
    2. I Could Fall In Love With You
    3. Sucker For Love
    4. Storm In A Teacup
    5. Fly Away
    6. Golden Heart
    7. How My Eyes Adore You
    8. Darlene
    9. When A Lover Leaves You
    10. Glass Angel
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  • Snow Globe Snow Globe Quick View

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    Snow Globe

    Mute has announced the first vinyl release of Snow Globe
    by Erasure, their 15th album originally released in 2011.

    Unlike your typical holiday album, Erasure purposely went
    with a "stripped-down" and "eerie" feel to many of the
    tracks. Vince Clarke stated, "Everything about Christmas
    has been written already. We thought it would be more
    interesting to look into the darker side of the season. For
    a lot of people, Christmas is not a happy time." The album
    was produced with longtime collaborator Gareth Jones
    (Depeche Mode, Wire).

    Snow Globe was originally preceded by the first single
    "Gaudete", a medieval Latin carol that was also a hit for
    Steeleye Span in 1973.

    1. Bells of Love (Isabelle's of Love)
    2. Gaudete
    3. Make It Wonderful
    4. Sleep Quietly
    5. Silent Night
    6. Loving Man
    7. The Christmas Song
    8. Bleak Midwinter
    9. Blood on the Snow
    10. There'll Be No Tomorrow
    11. Midnight Clear
    12. White Christmas
    13. Silver Bells
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  • World Be Gone World Be Gone Quick View

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    World Be Gone

    World Be Gone is the 17th album from electronic pop pioneers Erasure, and their first album since 2014's acclaimed The Violet Flame (which debuted at #43 on the Billboard Top 200). The album is produced by Vince Clarke and Andy Bel with mixing by Matty Green (Gwen Stefani, Selena Gomez, Ed Sheeran, TV on the Radio).
    1. Love You To The Sky
    2. Be Careful What You Wish For!
    3. World Be Gone
    4. A Bitter Parting
    5. Still It's Not Over
    6. Take Me Out Of Myself
    7. Sweet Summer Loving
    8. Oh What A World
    9. Lousy Sum Of Nothing
    10. Just A Little Love
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  • Strange Desire Strange Desire Quick View

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    Strange Desire

    Bleachers will release debut album 'Strange Desire' on RCA Records. The highly anticipated album was written and produced by Grammy Award winning musician Jack Antonoff with co-producer John Hill (MIA, Jay Z, Empire of the Sun) as well as Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Yaz, Erasure) and others.

    "It's the 2 words that perfectly title what this Bleachers album is as a documentation of my life as I can remember it at this point", wrote Antonoff yesterday afternoon in the Craigslist ad he posted announcing the album title.

    Bleachers first single "I Wanna Get Better" has already streamed over 1.5 million times, was deemed "the song of the summer in February" by the Huffington Post and quickly skyrocketed into the top 10 at Alt radio.

    Since the Bleachers launch in February critics have been nothing but excited and eager to hear more. Rolling Stone exclaimed "We'll be shocked if it's not all over the radio by spring", TIME raved " it's exciting to imagine what else Antonoff has up his sleeve" and Hilly Dilly proclaimed " this is the kind of music that can't get big enough."

    Hailing from New Jersey, 29 year old Jack Antonoff has been in the music scene for over a decade. In 2002, with Jack as the lead singer, the success of New Jersey born indie rock band Steel Train was well underway. Steel Train's cult following lead them to make their national television debut on Late Night With Conan O'Brien and later appeared on Late Show With David Letterman. In 2008, Jack joined Nate Ruess and Andrew Dost to form the Grammy award winning fun.

    In addition to being a multi-talented musician, Jack is a critically acclaimed songwriter and producer. His achievements include fun. being honored with the Vanguard Award at the 2014 ASCAP Pop Music Awards and co-writing fun.'s Grammy award winning song "We Are Young" and Grammy nominated album Some Nights. He also received a Golden Globe nomination for his collaboration with Taylor Swift on her song "Sweeter Than Fiction. Jack has also worked with Sara Bareilles, co-writing her Grammy nominated hit "Brave, and Canadian Indie icons Tegan and Sara.

    1. Wild Heart
    2. Rollercoaster
    3. Shadow
    4. I Wanna Get Better
    5. Wake Me
    6. Reckless Love
    7. Take Me Away (ft. Grimes)
    8. Like A River Runs
    9. You're Still A Mystery
    10. I'm Ready To Move On/Wild Heart Reprise (ft. Yoko Ono)
    11. Who I Want You To Love
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    Stills Lit Through

    Stills Lit Through offers the first comprehensive body of work from
    musician and visual artist Tallesen.

    Hailing from the Hudson Valley of New York, Tallesen - born
    Cayman Johnson - describes Stills as a response to the
    "continuous flexibility of the physical setting by the additive of
    sound." A reference to his joyful erasure of the distinction
    between music and experience.

    The twelve songs of Stills Lit Through conjure an eidolon of
    melodies painted with watercolor brushstrokes both calm
    ("Glenticast") and frenetic ("Emmel"). To our ears, this closely
    characterizes Johnson's work as a visual artist.

    The collection when taken as a whole is wonderfully consistent.
    We hear echoes of Autechre's corporeal maneuvers (bass as lead
    voice, plasticity of foreground vs. background), but, if you dig out
    the provenance of Johnson's nom de plume, you really start to
    understand how the melodic through-lines of the record operate
    on a more illustrative level.

    What appears to you as a macro-level core 'feeling' about the
    record is illusively varied, consisting of insanely lush song nodes
    that subtly and endlessly rotate and shift. It is a music that is both
    ultra beautiful (Strike Silver, Love Green) and invested in a core
    belief dealing with the materiality of musical sound itself
    (Plasticized Fsa). It's not the house in which melodies are stored,
    it's the crypt of inspiration from which melodies emerge.

    Rhythmically, Stills encourages ephemera towards the creation of
    a seductively creaky, silvery universe with an unreliable sense of
    gravity. The result is hallucinatory in that the album
    comprehensively experiences like volumes among volumes of
    things change, but in half-speed. "The music is saturated with
    information for it to remain flexible to its surroundings," describes
    Cayman, an ode to feeling "ambiance with a modern degree of

    Thus we enter the world of Stills Lit Through, a comprehensive
    portrait of young Cayman Johnson's enigmatic, sensual world-building music.

    1. Blue Stills
    2. Glenticast
    3. Chime Ever
    4. Motion Past Shine
    5. Take Flash East
    6. Emmel
    7. Set Red, Seize Grey
    8. Strike Silver, Love Green
    9. Plasticized Fsa
    10. Illusion Crossed Phase
    11. Landmark Rituals
    12. Teal Sport Focus
    13. Court Sight (Bonus Track)
    14. Eveibury (Bonus Track)
    15. Line Cross Shore (Bonus Track)
    16. Night Bloom (Bonus Track)
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