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  • Audio CD (19 Jan 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fatcat Records
  • ASIN: B000005CXZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,916 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Finally We Are No-One 5:07£0.99  Buy MP3 
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Coyle VINE VOICE on 21 May 2002
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A simply beautiful album that is by turns wistful, distant, sad and sublimly uplifting. It mixes quiet glitching electronica with Icelandic instrumentation mixed into a hazy, mournful whole.
The melodies are gorgeous like that in a toy music box with the tiny dancing ballerina, child like, innocent lullabys to forgotten memories.
Occasionally vocals add lyrics to the textures sounding like Julie Cruise in Twin Peaks. I can't recommend this highly enough to those attracted by what others would describe as 'depressing music'. This is music for drifting, half remembered afternoons watching the clouds go by while distractedly trying to remember what you were supposed to be doing.
Also see their previous album 'Yesterday Was Dramatic Today Is Okay' for more.
If you are looking to place this against similar artists think of Sigur Ros, Boards Of Canada, Stina Nordenstam, Aphex Twin's ambient work, Bjork's Vespertine, Minotaur Shock, Arvo Part's 'Te Deum' and Jan garbarek's 'Rites', PG Six, In Gowan Ring, Fit & Limo & the seminal Tower Recordings 'Folk Scene' compilation
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Mar 2004
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Mum specialise in the more organic end of electronica and, like fellow-Icelanders Sigur Ros and Bjork, seem to revel in fairy-tale abstraction and child-like imaginations. Don’t let the Bjork comparison put you off though (if you are not a fan, that is) for the use of faux-naïve vocals is both sparing and unconventional. For example, the brilliant ‘We Have a Map of the Piano’ features a looping lullabye of half-sensical lyrics that gently ebb into a beautiful accordion melody accompanied by piano, soft bass licks and vinyl crackle – it would be a perfect song to go to sleep to if it wasn’t so good. Other highlights include: the vocal-led ‘Green Grass of Tunnel’, which sounds like a more experimental, less-histrionic Bjork; ‘Behind Two Hills..... a Swimmingpool’, a fine piece of up-tempo electronica in the vein of Two Lone Swordsmen; and ‘Now There’s That Fear Again’, which cuts treated, almost Japanese-sounding vocals over sombre rhodes piano chords. The second half of the album is less rhythmic and requires more patience, but is as good as any ambient music I’ve heard in recent years and benefits from its playful instrumentality and the sparing use of glitch. Overall, it’s a lush and refrained album that is less in awe of the technical aspects of electronica than many of its contemporaries, and one that evokes a vivid and atmospheric landscapes.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Garry Farquharson on 29 May 2002
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I first heard of Mum via an Amazon recommendation last year. I bought the album "Yesterday Was Dramatic...Today is OK" on the strength of a track called "I`m 9 Today" and it`s still my favourite Mum track to date. I got "Finally We are No-one" ...It`s a brilliant album - much more consistent than "Yesterday" I think. Really chilled and dreamy.....truly beautiful. The shop guy was right too....the gig was absolutely fantastic........it added another dimension to the music. If you like this I would also recommend "Godspeed You Black Emperor !"
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "littlecarolee" on 21 Nov 2002
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if you like the thought of living in a beautiful place where you can dance until your legs fall off, sing at the top of your voice
and feel as though the sun is forever on your face and tomorrow is a world away, then listen to this album.mûm are magical, it is that simple.the four incredibly talented musicians have their own distinct way of making their music sound completely pure and wholesome. the sounds are from a land far away, a land not quite underworld but not altogether worldly either. it is almost as though all the faeries and sprites of a mythological land arose from their world and created sounds so delicate and beautiful that everything becomes pure when you listen to them.listen to the voices alone and recall a happy childhood memory or even create one, this album allows you to invent elysian fields of sheer magnificence. the music itself is atmospheric to the extent that you feel as though part of some magnificent scenario.that scenario is a glorious place and Mûm are it's creators. an otherworldly experience on a little cd. magic.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lozarithm VINE VOICE on 6 Aug 2004
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A lot of very interesting music comes out of Iceland aside from Björk, and Múm are a fine example, Icelanders now based in Reykjavik and Berlin. The album was apparently conceived in a lighthouse in north-west Iceland and recorded in Reykjavik at the studios of Sigur Ros. The overall sound suggests what Vespertine might have sounded like without Björk; perhaps partly because they shared the same studio engineer, Valgeir Sigurdsson, but also because the sense of magic and fragility, and a child-like sense of discovery is overwhelmingly present on both. 
From the album, Green Grass Of Tunnel was released as a single and was no. 48 in the 2002 John Peel Festive 50. Several other titles look like old Yoko Ono B-sides, for example Don't Be Afraid, You Have Just Got Your Eyes Closed, and I Can't Feel My Hand Any More, It's Alright, Sleep Still. The album culminates in a glorious 12-minute epic, The Land Between Solar Systems.
Múm were at this time classically-trained Gyöa Valtýsdóttir (vocal, xylophone, melodica) and sister Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir (vocal, cello, xylophone, melodica, keyboards), Gunnar Örn Tynes (keyboards, guitar), Örvar Fóreyjarson Smárason (keyboards, melodica, glockenspiel, guitar) and Samuli Koskinen (drums, percussion). Gyöa and Kristín can be seen on the cover of Belle and Sebastian's Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant album
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