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  • Audio CD (3 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Morr Music
  • ASIN: B000A3VU6A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,316 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ned Dunningham on 20 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
This was the first AmAnSet album that i bought so i have no others to compare it with, judging by this i guess they are brilliant. It took a few listens for this album to really hit me, but when it did it really hit hard.

Andrew kelley's voice is so melodic almost enchanting and it fits exactly with the instruments. I have no regrets about buying this album.

Also if your a fan of the more electronic indie scene check out their album "Updates", some of their songs have been remixed by greats like "Styrofoam".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I Love Reliability 12 July 2006
By Scott Louis - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Austin-based drone-pop group American Analog Set are probably the most consistent band in pop music. Over the course of the last decade or so, they have released 6 LP's of really quite similar music. While some may dismiss this as a lack of versatility, I believe it is really quite remarkable, and a testimony to the talent of this band. Constantly re-inventing oneself (Radiohead) takes guts, talent, and fortitude, yes. But the opposite side of the coin is just as difficult. To continue making records so similar, yet unique, must be a phenomenally difficult thing. Granted, this isn't exactly the most challenging music in the world to create. But to have so many tracks released, and still sounding somewhat fresh, I must applaud their effort.

Set Free, if it must be said based on the above paragraph, is classic AmAnSet. This band is some of the best laid-back party music I've ever heard. Its also fantastic for early morning drives to work when everything seems to be moving too fast. AmAnSet has the unique ability to somewhat slow down time. I find it quite difficult to be up-tight or panicked about anything with AAS playing in the background. Life just moves to a slower beat, and one to which I like walking. The production is solid, if unassuming, and the instrumentals play their parts well to a tee, which one could expect after a decade of making this music. Tracks to surely check out are "Cool Kids Keep" and "She's Half."
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I think I have a crush on this album. Is that possible? 4 Oct. 2005
By Allen Velasquez - Published on
Format: Audio CD
When I think of American Analog Set, the word 'scintillating' comes to my head, as well as breezy, comforting visions of softly shimmering waves in a fall sunset (because of course, a summer sunset here is a bit too warm). It was this same feeling I got when I walked into a local coffee shop and heard a familiar, driving beat I couldn't help but nod my head to (this was before ordering the caffiene, mind you) The barista told me it was American Analog Set, and I believe they were doing a brilliant cover of Neu's "Negativland" with vibes and all! I had to go and high tailed it to my local record shop. I went and searched through the catalog, but alas, I could not find it anywhere listed. I instead found this record.

I figure they are usually a pretty good bet...I was most pleased with Know By Heart and have a few singles. Off from the start, "Set Free" starts things off with the instantly catchy "Always Wins" and then very strangely segues into the Immaculate Heart pieces. It's difficult to leave the first three tracks, I find myself replaying them (which I suppose is a bit unfair to "Cool Kids Keep").'s quite an outstanding album that to me has so much weight and nuance and yet still manages to sound like it's got the most natural flow.

Maybe I'm just gushing, guilty, but I tell you, it's the album's fault. Do these gentlemen a favor and at least check out the free sample mp3 on their website.
I Want More AmAnSet! 5 May 2010
By Dustin Payne - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the 3rd album by AmAnSet I've bought, and I have to say, it's my favorite. This album has their most diverse collection of songs - some slow drones (JR), some acoustic (She's Half), and some straight up rockers (Green Green Grass). Their releases before this usually consist of slow tempo drones song after song - good for a quiet drive or relaxing, but I put on Set Free to sing along and rock out (a very subdued rock out). No song is too long or too short. She's Half takes my breath away every time. If you still aren't convinced, go to AmAnSet's website and you can download the demos for the whole album, which is what sold me.

I love it so much - I bought it on vinyl too!
Very listenable album 11 Oct. 2007
By Swami B - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't completely familiar with the "drone pop" genre until about a year ago, when I got into Broken Social Scene (and from there, older bands such as My Bloody Valentine, Portishead, Low, etc.). American Analog Set's album "Set Free" has those elements of background electronic grooves alongside acoustic instruments, and generally sounds more organic than the heavily distorted guitars of other drone pop bands. The vocalists sing at a whisper, similar to The Kings of Convenience or Sufjan Stevens. If you like any of these artists I mention, check out American Analog Set.
beautifully crafted pop 30 Jan. 2010
By techmannn - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I continue to listen to almost all of these tracks months after buying the CD. That rare for me. There's always something of melodic interest, I like the mildly wry lyrics, and the studio recording is perfectly mixed. There's a studied quality to their music that might turn some folks off, but anyone who likes the mid-tempo tracks of Stereolab, for example, will likely enjoy this CD.

Its a shame that the band seems to have broken up, but this is a great final CD for them if indeed this is the last we'll hear from them.
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