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Album Review

Record summarizes the first four albums from U.K. chillout mainstays Zero 7: Simple Things (2001), When It Falls (2004), The Garden (2006), and Yeah Ghost (2009). Released less than a year after the fourth album, some of its selections are debatable, but those dismayed with the absence of “Likufanele” or “Medicine Man” likely have the parent albums anyway. Most importantly, this disc does gather the duo’s most-known material, including “Destiny,” “Distractions,” “In the Waiting Line,” and “Polaris,” all of which were licensed for several compilations and/or used in advertisements. There’s an emphasis on the debut, with seven of its tracks included here, while When It Falls gets a short shrift, represented only twice.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

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

The men behind the European downtempo outfit Zero 7 — producers Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker — launched their careers in the music industry as tea boys at a London recording studio. Shortly thereafter, however, both were in the thick of action, working alongside a string of well-known British musicians such as the Pet Shop Boys and Robert Plant. They spent the best part of the '90s honing their production skills behind the scenes....
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