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9 thoughts on “ Arms Length - UNKLE - The Road: Part I (CD, Album)

  1. The new UNKLE album has been announced via a forthcoming exhibition to be held in Soho UK. Once fronted by DJ Shadow and James Lavelle, UNKLE now consist of Lavelle and Matthew Puffet (Future Beat Alliance). Puffet wrote and produced the album with Cameron Craig alongside featured artists.
  2. Members of Queens Of The Stone Age, ESKA, Mïnk, Elliott Power and Keaton Henson also appear to create the sense of a true ensemble piece, with part 2 to follow. An epic undertaking. “The Road: Part I may just be the album that finally sees Lavelle step away from the shadows of Unkle.
  3. Dec 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Road: Part I on Discogs/5(23).
  4. Aug 23,  · UNKLE‘s fifth studio album The Road: Part 1 is an intriguing examination of self, a transformative album that chronicles songwriter James Lavelle’s fall and subsequent rise.. The journey is introspective and deep, full of dark canyons and mysterious forests. To add texture to his soundscapes, Lavelle commissions a squadron of skilled vocalists including Elliott Power, .
  5. Mar 29,  · War Stories is the third studio album by English electronic music group UNKLE. The album was released in Japan on 20 June , UK and Europe on 2 July , and in North America on 24 July. War Stories debuted at number 58 in Australia. The cover art was designed by 3D of Massive Attack.5/5(1).
  6. I have been a fan of UNKLE for a while now, but I didn't think this would happen. The Road Pt.1 was a surprise for me, it was a change in tone, but it worked beautifully. The album was easily in my top 5 of the year. I made sure to stay up late so I could listen to this album when it dropped.
  7. The Road: Part II / Lost Highway | Unkle to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo
  8. Deluxe CD contains a second disc of exclusive instrumental versions of each song. The fifth studio album from the prolific electronic artist Unkle. “I hadn’t made a record in a long time, and the incarnation of UNKLE had changed in that now, it was me on my own.

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