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Yeah Ghost (Deluxe Version)

Zero 7

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Since their first album in 2001 the only constants in Zero 7 have been the songwriting and production team of Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker. Their usual approach is to bring in guest vocalists and then tailor songs around them, a proven formula that continues to work well on Yeah Ghost even as they move away from downtempo electronica toward something different, including hooky pop, modern soul, and atmospheric instrumentals. The main vocalists on Yeah Ghost are Martha Tilston (“Swing”, “Pop Art Blue”) and Eska Mtungwazi (“Mr. McGee”, “Medicine Man,” “Sleeper,” “The Road”), a pair of impressive singers with their own distinctive styles. Their voices are quite different from each other yet both shine here and the contrast between them gives depth and variety to the album. (Binns himself performs lead vocals on “Everything Up (Zizou)”.) The production is predictably excellent and features a wealth of subtle touches that complement the music without overwhelming the vocalists or the songs. Yeah Ghost is a new direction for Zero 7 and a nice slice of soulful electronica.

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Growing Pains

I'm a big fan of Zero 7 and support them in their artistic exploration ,its the core consciousness that i expect from them. With that said be prepared for a diversion from their sophomore recordings. This is one of those albums that needs to be savored before consuming. Maybe its because this is an album minus the talents of SIA or the fact the track Mr McGee sounds like a Disney Teen pop song. Never the less there are still many surprises in store, all good. My first reaction was to judge this album too hard, as I did on the last one (The Garden ,which is a great venture from the talented DUO). This is music made by musician for those who dare to grow.

NAH

I loved their first album but this one in a straight up NAH. their sounds really changed in a bad way

I can respect when an artist wants to change thier sound..

It doesn't mean I have to like it though. Big fan of the first 2 relaeses. 3rd one is alright. This one is just palin awful.

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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