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Back to the Halcyon days.

I heard the first track from this album tonight, and I really think that the track Tokyo Drive indicated immediately that the band has probably re-discovered their old sounds. Although I love the band, in the last albums, they seemed to fall off the rails slightly and imerse themselves more into pure electronic sounds, rather than delve into the more emotive textures and melodies that were so evident in their pinnacle album, Rest Proof Clockwork. This album is quite a shift back to the old more organic sounds, and what sublime stuff it is.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Plaid preexisted the association, the duo's Ed Handley and Andy Turner spent most of their early recording years with Ken Downie as the dancefloor-confounding Black Dog Productions. Meshing well with Downie's vision of heavily hybridized post-techno and obscurantist thematics, the pair brought several nascent Plaid tracks to the Black Dog table on the group's debut, Bytes, a collection of tracks recorded by various iterations of the three members. The group recorded several albums and EPs...
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