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Vinyl, 17 July 2015
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 31.39 x 31.19 x 1.19 cm; 409.93 Grams
- Manufacturer : INTERSCOPE
- Manufacturer reference : 4730677
- Original Release Date : 2015
- Label : INTERSCOPE
- ASIN : B00XBWBWL0
- Number of discs : 1
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Global sensation Tame Impala have announced their highly anticipated third studio album. The 13 track album, Currents was written, recorded, produced and mixed by Kevin Parker in Fremantle, West Australia. Lyrically the record finds Parker in a very different place in 2015 to where he was seven years ago. Transitions in life, relationships, perspectives, mindsets Currents maps Parker's evolution through these and finds him a brand new person. Musically, Currents sounds like the work of a player on top of his game and having a blast, Parker indulging his whims and unafraid to dive down the rabbit hole after an idea. Again operating as a one man studio band, Parker's resultant record calls to mind contemporary hip hop production, Thriller, fried 70s funk, the irreverent playground Daft Punk presented on Discovery, swathes of future pop and emotional 80s balladry, all filtered through a thoroughly modern psychedelic third eye. A genrebending soundscape fuelled equally by curiosity as it is consciousness it's an exhilarating new territory for Tame Impala.
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Sadly, this second copy is also warped but slightly less and as it plays fine will keep it.
Suggest buy a copy at your local to ensure you get a 100% copy. But hey, good customer service.
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I've since listened to the other two Tame Impala albums and like those too but I think this is the best and probably the most commercial (but in a good way). Give it a listen, I doubt you'll be disappointed. I was suitably impressed with their 2016 Glastonbury appearance - exciting performance, confetti, lights and a rainbow thrown in for good measure!
I bought the album, loved the same tracks that i heard on Jules Holland and wasn't too bothered by the rest. Now i love all the other songs as well which i think shows the quality throughout and is a sign of a great album (lost count how many times i have bought an album to only ever enjoy 2 or 3 tracks and be disappointed with the rest)
I am definitely a big fan now and so far not getting bored despite multiple plays over the last 2 months.
To be honest I thought it started well then it just gets really boring and stays the same.
Would recommend to anyone!