18 Songs, 1 Hour, 4 Minutes

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Mastered for iTunes

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Mastered for iTunes
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4.8 out of 5

70 Ratings

70 Ratings

I don't get it!!!!! 😡

FightorFlight7

The reason why I am giving this a 1 is not, because it not good it is really good. The reason though is why do you have rerelease it, and not have the old one one here. I payed for all of the songs and it is not showing up as that I purchased it. I feel like I am getting gipped, because of this.

WOW

liszomaniac

New obsession 🙌

Loves!!!!

Dee Dee 82

Can never get sick of these songs!!! We use to play them at my job & I miss hearing it 5 times a day!!!

About Years & Years

Showcasing the melismatic vocals of Olly Alexander, London's Years & Years artfully combine '80s-style ambient synth pop with funky electronic beats. The group came together in 2010 in London when multi-instrumentalists/producers Michael Goldsworthy and Emre Türkman met online while looking to start a band. They eventually added vocalist and actor Alexander after hearing him singing at a friend's house while taking a shower. The trio's keyboard and electronics-based sound first gained exposure when the single Traps was released on Kitsuné Music in 2013. The group's second EP, Real, came out in February 2014, and with some impressive live dates under their belts, Years & Years announced they had signed a deal with Polydor.

Their first major-label single, Take Shelter, appeared in August 2014, followed by a collaboration with the Magician on Sunlight a month later and by the release of Desire in November. In 2015, on the heels of winning the prestigious BBC Sound Of award, Years & Years released their debut full-length album, Communion. Well received, the album debuted at number one in the U.K., and peaked in the Top 50 of the U.S. Billboard 200. The following year, they were nominated for four BRIT Awards and contributed the single "Meteorite" to the Bridget Jones' Baby soundtrack. In 2018, they returned with the Kid Harpoon-produced single "Sanctify." ~ Rich Wilson

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