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Sweet music by glad you're back

I will admit that I was really nervous about listening to it. I was terrified that it just wouldn't meet my expectations. Well, let me just say that it has by far exceeded my expectations. They seem to have gone back to what worked to perfectly on their first two albums (Lamb and Fear of Fours). The sound is raw, emotional. Without the pressures of creating this one for a record label, Lamb was able to do what they wanted, and what they wanted was sheer brilliance.

The CD has been constantly playing since I got it. Highlights for me: Another Language, The Butterfly Effect, Build a Fire and The Spectacle.

Another Language is a great start to the album, opening with a knocking rhythm that just gets your attention and makes you listen. Lamb loves odd time signatures and rhythms, hanging beats and leaving beats out to build tension until it is released with the entry of the melodic elements. Another Language is a great example of this.

The Butterfly Effect is very reminiscent of their earlier works. It's raw, gritty and a perfect blend of Andy's production skills and Lou's unique voice (smokey, husky). The opening bass line just grabs you and pulls you in.

Build a Fire is a result of Andy's experience at Burning Man Festival. It starts off as more of a gentle song, almost a ballad...and then the chorus kicks in. And it just builds, with lush chords and sounds, until the end of the song where you just feel burned out.

The Spectacle is, to me, the most beautiful song I have heard. It's simply scored with piano, strings and Lou's voice. But the harmonic progressions in this piece just bring me to tears, every time. This song is Lamb at their most brilliant. And it's a wonderful, heart-wrenching way to end the album.


Formed: 1994 in Manchester, England

Genre: Electronic

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

Mancunian downtempo and drum'n'bass duo Lamb earned notice as one of the first groups to add a lyrics-based vocalist to steadfastly jungle-based productions. Unlike other vocal-based groups (such as Everything But the Girl and the Sneaker Pimps) who dabbled in rolling breaks as a quiet accompaniment to a clearly dominant vocal lead, Lamb dwell in brash musical contrasts and, occasionally, contradictions that make their songs as musically complex and exploratory as they are vocally catchy. Formed...
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