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On David Holmes' second album, the first to be released in America, he explores with even greater depth his fascination with original soundtrack material. Recording snippets of conversation on the streets of New York with his DAT recorder, Holmes returned to England and weaved the vocal samples around his amorphous embrace of several electronic styles, including big beat techno of the type favored by the Chemical Brothers, intelligent drum'n'bass (as on the title track), and the gentler soundtrack-feel of ambient-house. The effect created is like that of a soundtrack, and even though Let's Get Killed isn't attached to a film, it flows with energy and grace.

Biography

Born: 14 February 1969 in Belfast, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

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

Inspired by classic film composers such as Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, and Ennio Morricone -- as well as dancefloor innovators and a large cast of jazz/soul pioneers -- David Holmes' music moved from spacious, theatrical, yet club-ready productions to award-winning movie scores. His first album, hotly tipped in England, raised the stakes significantly for his second. Let's Get Killed hardly disappointed, gaining critical and artistic success given the constraints of instrumental dance music. The increased...
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