These Hopeful Machines ()

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Track Listing
  1. Suddenly/Burns]
  2. The Emergency/Burns]
  3. Every Other Way/Jes
  4. The Light in Things/Jes
  5. Rose of Jericho]
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  1. Suddenly/Burns]
  2. The Emergency/Burns]
  3. Every Other Way/Jes
  4. The Light in Things/Jes
  5. Rose of Jericho]
  6. Forget Me/Burns]
  7. A Million Stars/Hawkshaw/Sch]
  8. Love Can Kill You]
  9. Always/Dickinson]
  10. Le Nocturne de Lumière]
  11. The Unbreakable/Dickinson]
  12. The Ghost in You
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After reinventing himself as more of a headphone artist with 2006's glitchy album This Binary Universe, BT takes it a step further on These Hopeful Machines, an effort that breaks the two-hour mark with only 12 songs. If that sounds like the progressive trance version of Saturnz Return, BT's magnum opus does share some of the indulgence problems found on Goldie's epic, but this effort is much more humble. The driving force behind Machines seems to be the producer's love of freedom and exploration, as most tracks build, ...

These Hopeful Machines 2010, Nettwerk

UPC: 067003084925

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