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Start Breaking My Heart [Deluxe Edition] Special Edition

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Disc: 1
1. Dundas, Ontario
2. People Eating Fruit
3. Mammals Vs. Reptiles
4. Brandon
5. Children Play Well Together
6. Lemon Yoghourt
7. James' Second Haircut
8. Schedules And Fares
9. Paul's Birthday
10. Happy Ending
Disc: 2
1. Victor And Carolyn
2. Dundas, Ontario (Remix)
3. Tits And Ass - The Great Canadian Weekend
4. 218 Beverly
5. Evan Likes Driving
6. Anna And Nina
7. Webers
8. If Assholes Could Fly, This Place Would Be An Airport
9. Air Doom
10. Ach Who

Product Description

2006 EDITION : 2CD set. Debut 2001 album of low-key electronic folk from Dan Snaith, now reissued with a BONUS 10-track rarities disc! Repackaged under his newer moniker ... he's Manitoba no more.

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Caribou - Start Breaking My Heart 25 Feb. 2011
By scoundrel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Caribou (formerly Manitoba) offers his US debut comes in the form of START BREAKING MY HEART, which combines the Four Tet cut-paste-distort style of electronics, with the tones and melodies reminiscent of Boards of Canada. What is it with Canadians, anyway? "Dundas, Ontario" is a funky little number that maintains its IDM cred, while "People Eating Fruit" is much more quiet and emotive -- at least until the beat kicks in. There's a strong rhythmical sense to these tracks, and they often times complement the melodies well, as in the echo-filled "Brandon," the ebb and flow of "Schedules & Fares," or the near-jazz of "Paul's Birthday." Others have rhythms that threaten to overwhelm the track, like the off-kilter breaks and cacophony of horns on "Mammals vs Reptiles" or the relentless drumming of "Lemon Yoghourt." The remix of "Dundas, Ontario," with its R&B vocal sample and more aggressive beat seems far removed from its forerunner, with only a whisper of the original's melody. "Webers" has a spare quality to it, with two simple lines (a xylophone and a drum line) that intersect and separate throughout. A strange and fascinating album.
Excellent Downtempo Album from Manitoba 4 Sept. 2011
By Ian Lovdahl - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The dulcet tones of Manitoba (or as he's known today, Caribou) ring, beep, and drone softly and intensely, molding an excellent downtempo record. Recommended for car rides at night and college homework benders. Unfortunately, the buyer I purchased Start Breaking My Heart sold me a damaged disc, but regardless of my poor experience, I think the album is superb, and I heartily support further productions.
but is much better on the compositional 26 April 2015
By dion - Published on
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pre dates much electro music, but is much better on the compositional, and cerebral functions.
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